Can’t-miss musical performances

In 2018 we brought in the talents of many local musicians to add a little something extra to the ambience during Open Studios, and it was a huge hit! So we’re bringing musicians back to Open Studios this year to yet again fill the Mills with the sweet sounds of music.

Keep an ear out for these excellent performances during Waltham Mills Open Studios 2019:

SATURDAY

1:00—Flauto Duo de Metrowest
289 Moody St., Lincoln Studios, 2nd Floor
Sonia has studied with many great flute teachers including Doriot Anthony Dwyer, Anthea Kechley, John Solum and Anton Winkler. Louise studies with Stacey Chou and is a member of the LincolnSudbury Civic Orchestra. Louise and Sonia play wherever and whenever they can.

2:00—6:58
144 Moody St., Building 18, 3rd Floor
This Newton North High School quartet, inspired by Anderson .Paakand Allen Stone, has a R&B/Pop vibe.

3:30—The Campos Borsatto Duo
144 Moody St., Building 4, 4th Floor
Marion Campos Gullotti (6-string guitar and cavaquinho) and Ricardo Borsatto Faria (7-string guitar) play a repertoire mixing traditionalBrazilian Choro and Contemporary famous Brazilian composers such as Hamilton de Hollanda, Cesar Camargo, Yamandu Costa and Hermeto Pascoal. facebook.com/nabanguelachoro/

4:00—Session450
Moody St., Lincoln Studios, 2nd Floor
A blues/R&B group based out of Waltham, performing their original material written by Brad Faucher. facebook.com/Session450

SUNDAY

1:00—Choro da Vida
144 Moody St., Building 4, 4th Floor
A quartet that brings the traditional music, history and culture of Brazil to communities around the Boston area.

2:00—Harpbeat
289 Moody St., Lincoln Studios, 2nd Floor
An energetic yet low volume harp/percussion duo/trio with harpist Shelley Otis, performing a selection of contemporary pop and more traditional Irish tunes. fabiopirozzolo.com/harpbeat-duo-trio

4:00—Nafan
144 Moody St., Building 18, 3rd Floor
A trio performing a collection of world music from Armenia and Southern Italy with Waltham resident Ara Sarkissian and Fabio Pirozzolo.