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At Meany Center, we believe that performing arts have the power to bring people together through shared experiences that enrich our cultural understanding, lift our spirits and delight our senses. Our public events and donor events are designed to celebrate this transformative power and strengthen the Meany arts community by connecting our audience and members, not only with the artists we present, but with each other.
Enjoy our Meany On Screen digital events!
FREE! Streaming on demand. No pre-registration required. Keep an eye on your inbox for more information about exclusive donor digital events happening online this winter and spring.
ONLINE — Simone Dinnerstein
Streaming Events: February 12–19, 2021
Simone Dinnerstein is an inventive pianist known for her mesmerizing performances. In this intimate online recital, hear her perform work from her highly acclaimed new album, A Character of Quiet, in the living room where the album was recorded during quarantine. LEARN MORE
ONLINE — Martha Graham Dance Company
Streaming Events: February 19–26, 2021
The company performs Graham’s iconic and revered work Appalachian Spring, with original music by Aaron Copland. The performance is interspersed with archival video from 1947 and readings of letters between Martha Graham and Aaron Copeland. LEARN MORE
ONLINE — Angela Hewitt
Streaming Events: March 5–12, 2021
Johann Sebastian Bach has been central to this celebrated Canadian pianist’s musical life and performance. Listen to her play a selection of pieces, large and small, in this beautiful online recital. LEARN MORE
ONLINE — Mark Morris Dance Group & Music Ensemble
Streaming Events: March 12–19, 2021
Be transported by Mark Morris’ joyful and sublime Mozart Dances. This masterpiece of movement and music is set to three exquisite Mozart piano works. The choreography is buoyant and exhilarating, exemplifying why Morris is revered as “the most artfully musical choreographer alive” (The New York Times). LEARN MORE