St John's Episcopal Church Revere St & Roanoke Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This historic church was founded in 1839 and moved to its present location in 1882. On the church's Web site,…More church leaders describe the congregation as "a eucharistically based faith community of neighbors and families celebrating different understandings of the Christian faith within the Episcopal Church." The church also plays host to community events like JP Concerts, which are free or reduced-cost concerts. The church participates in Angel Food Ministries, which provides quality food to anyone, with no pre-qualifications. The rectory is near the church, at 24 Alveston Street. The rectory phone is 617-522-9093.
Shirim Klezmer Orchestra 10 Rocky Nook Ter, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Klezmer, a traditional music of Eastern Europe, is for more than Bat Mitzvahs and weddings. Banjo, tuba, trombone,…More clarinet and banjo unite for a sound that is unique and danceable. The Shirim Klezmer Orchestra has been performing in the Boston area for 25 years and are available for parties, concerts and a broad range of other events.
Aviary Gallery 48 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Aviary Gallery is an art gallery, artist community space and boutique. It offers local art, books, jewelry, crafts and…More more. The gallery also offers concerts, lectures, workshops, movie screenings and live performances.
Chameleon Arts Ensemble 6 Rocky Nook Ter, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Chameleon Arts Ensemble is a classical ensemble featuring string instruments, wind instruments, vocalists and more.…More Each season, a smart and carefully planned repertoire of classical and contemporary music has garnered the ensemble a loyal audience. All performances are held at the Goethe Institute in Boston except for the Spring family concert in Forest Hills.
A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra 146a South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 A Far Cry Orchestra was founded in 2007 by 17 local musicians bent on making their own rules. This self-conducted string…More orchestra explores the traditional boundaries of classical music and enjoys experimenting with the way it is prepared, performed and experienced. In addition to touring the U.S., A Far Cry is the Chamber Orchestra In Residence at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston for the 2010-11 season. It maintains a partnership with the New England Conservatory and does storefront rehearsals and a neighborhood concert series to connect with the growing Jamaica Plain community.