NEC at the Boston Children's Museum: Musical Storytelling
Music combined with stories for a great afternoon of performances! Join Musical Storytelling Fellow, Angela Wang, from NEC's Community Performances and Partnerships Program for a fun-filled afternoon of music and stories for families and children at the Boston Children's Museum. Angela will tell the story of The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson with the assistance of her violin!
This event is free with museum admission!
About Community Performances & Partnerships at NEC
A recognized trailblazer, NEC's Community Performances and Partnerships (CPP) program is one of the premier programs in the nation for engaging conservatory students with their community. Student performers and teaching artists present over 600 events for about 21,000 people annually, reaching across ages, neighborhoods, ethnicities, and economic disparities in the city of Boston and beyond. Student musicians explore what it means to be a musician living in and contributing to community life, within an atmosphere of supportive mentoring, high quality training, and experiential learning. More about CPP
- Angela Wang, violin