In January of 2022, we’re encouraging listeners to explore Cape Cod’s wonderful cultural institutions in our Learn, See, Do in 2022 promotion.
During each week in January, Rebecca Romo on 99.9 the Q’s Feel Good Mornings will give away something from a different cultural gem to lucky winners of The Q Question …tickets to concerts, gift cards to take classes, and museum passes to experience our local natural history!
Week 1: Cape Cod Museum of Art Winter Concert Series
Enjoy listening to musicians from a vast variety of disciplines, including Swing, Bluegrass, Dixieland Jazz, Celtic music, Jazz standards and Classical music.
The concerts at the museum will be in-person at the Museum on Sundays from 3:00pm to 4:00pm, and will also live stream.
Find the full schedule at ccmoa.org/music
The Winter 2022 Music & More Schedule:
January 23 – Tish Adams Jazz Trio – Ellingtonia
January 30 – Ana Glig with Susan Overstreet – MusArt Interconnections
February 6 – Dennis Flaherty & Friends in Dennis
February 13 – “Music To Touch Our Hearts” featuring Monika Woods on clarinet, Lisa Gross on cello, Abigail Fieldon piano
February 20 – Fred Clayton Band – Honoring Black History Month
February 27 – Carl Gutowski and Ana Glig – Lyrical & Lively Music for Flute & Piano
March 6 – 440 Gypsy Jazz – Toe-tappy, Snappy, Hot Jazz
March 13 – Cape Cod String Quartet – Spring Is Here
March 20 – Rose Clancy and Max Cohen – Music From The Celtic World
March 27 – Jenifer Jackson – Lean To Me
A $50 Gift Card to Cotuit Center for the Arts
Explore all the wonderful things going on at the Center- Find the full array of classes and events at artsonthecape.org.
- Classes at Cotuit are in full swing! There are over 40 classes starting at the Center in January alone and over 400 classes total planned for 2022. There’s something for everyone: fine arts, crafts, music, movement, writing, ceramics in the McGraw Ceramics studio, and so much more.
- The 2022 Winter Art Exhibit is opening in the CCftA Galleries on Saturday, January 22 and will be on display through March 5! This extremely popular annual exhibit is displayed at a height of 4 feet throughout the Galleries – right at children’s eye level. Come and explore this year’s theme: “In a Mood!” The Galleries are open Wednesday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
- The Center’s first Main Stage production of the year is opening on January 27th! Ariel Dorfman’s psychological thriller Death and the Maiden will run through February 13th on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 and Sundays at 2:00 pm. Presented by Robert Bock, this thought-provoking play explores themes of forgiving, justice, and revenge.
Contest Period: 1/1 – 1/31
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