On Friday, Jan. 25, Oliver Ames music students will be performing in the annual Tri-M Music Honor Society Coffeehouse.
Guests are invited to an evening of treats while enjoying the singing and playing of some of the high school's student performers. From folk to rock to classical, it's all at the Coffeehouse. The event will begin 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.
Oliver Ames' premiere show choir team, Panache, will be competing twice over the next two weeks, hoping to continue their winning ways. First they will have a showdown at the Mill City Competition in Lowell Jan. 19, and then at the Central Mass Festival at Shephard Hill High School Feb. 2nd. Tickets can be purchased at the events.
Oliver Ames will be the host for this year's Stringfest Feb. 13. Students from Easton and four other area towns will come together to perform orchestral pieces. This event celebrates Easton's outstanding sStrings program while combining local performers to create a large, wonderful-sounding orchestra. The event will take place 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
Oliver Ames Music groups will be performing in this year's TEMPO Dessert Show 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 in the auditorium. Not only do audience members get to see choruses, show choir, bands and orchestra, but then can enjoy some delicious treats after the show.
Due to the Stringfest, this month's TEMPO meeting has been moved to Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. in the OA choral room. All parents and guardians are welcome to join in the work to support the students of Easton.
Finally, Les Miserables is coming to town March 15 to 17 in the auditorium. See the musical that everyone is talking about performed live, right here in Easton. With incredible, near professional sets, brilliant performers, outstanding singing, stunning playing from the orchestra, and Broadway choreography, this year's production of Les Mis is one you don't want to miss.