Shelter Music Boston at the Waterworks Museum
Two great nonprofits join forces to celebrate the arts!
May 4, 2017
Shelter Music Boston brings the healing power of live classical music to the Metropolitan Wateworks Museum. Come see the magnificent Gilded Age Waterworks building opposite the Chestnut Hill Reservoir and hear the music of the era. Through their works, SMB and the Waterworks share a mission of improving the lives of Boston area residents by providing access to innovative arts and culture experiences.
Julie Leven and Shelter Music Boston musicians will perform an interactive concert based on the model SMB presents monthly in Greater Boston homeless shelters. The audience will be encouraged to ask questions and interact with the musicians during this concert and will gain an understanding of the dramatic ways in which classical chamber music concerts change the lives of homeless individuals. Tickets are $20 and benefit both organizations.
Timed to coincide with the United Nations' celebration of World Water Day on March 22, the Waterworks invites you to reflect on our most precious natural resource: water. The artists brought together for this show take a deep look at the intrinsic beauty of water, and consider the impacts of climate change and global warming that threaten the drinking water of so many across the globe.