EVENTS

Hamilton-Garrett is excited to hosts events for our community, which includes concert series, student recitals, workshops and seminars led by our visiting artists. In addition, we host our annual Make Them Hear You concert, a fundraiser that supports to continuation of our work and mission.

 

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events!

UPCOMING EVENTS

More coming soon!

PAST EVENTS
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CSAME x HG Block Party: Back to School | Saturday, September 3, 2022

The Historic Charles Street AME Church (CSAME) and The Hamilton-Garrett Center for Music & Arts (HG) are coming together for our annual Block Party! Come over to our parking lot from 11am - 2pm on Saturday, September 3 for lots of free fun for all ages!

Register for a free bag of school supplies by Friday, August 26.

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Negro Spirituals Royalty Project Webinar - United Church of Christ 
Thursday, June 23, 2022

Join us for an afternoon with our Executive Director Gerami Groover-Flores alongside Susan DeSelms, Minister of Music at United Parish in Brookline, as they sit down to talk about their participation in the Negro Spirituals Royalty Project. A webinar hosted by United Church of Christ, this conversation will detail the mission of this project and how it came to be.

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Applications Are Open: Info Session | Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Hamilton-Garrett is now accepting applications for the 2022-23 school year! As the Center expands with. new programs, join us for a Zoom info session where you can learn more about what is to come in the Fall. You will get to virtually meet our Program Manager, Tyson D. Jackson, and have the chance to ask questions as you prepare to submit your application!

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NATS Boston Focus Topic Series | Friday, May 27, 2022

The fourth installment of the NATS Boston Focus Topic Series will feature Gerami Groover-Flores, Executive Director of Hamilton-Garrett Music and Arts Academy, as their 2020-2022 Spotlight Community Partner. Gerami will speak about HGMAA's extraordinary mission, history, and work as well as other relevant community work, including the Negro Spiritual Royalties Project.

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