Be sure to get your tickets early for the SAY GOODBYE TO WINTER/BENEFIT CONCERT to light up Oakes Ames Memorial Hall, presented by the Southeast School of Music on March 4, 2016, 7:30 p.m. at Oakes Ames Memorial Hall. This exciting musical event is sponsored by Easton Shovel Town Cultural District. We are pleased and excited that the Southeast School of Music has reached out to present a concert to benefit a special project at the Hall- lighting the beautiful façade of this National Historic Landmark building. Specialized, professional quality lighting will illuminate this incredible piece of Richardson architecture, add to the safety of accessing the building at night, and bring attention to the beauty of the Oakes Ames Memorial Hall to all passersby. Brockton residents, Rich Cesarini and Jack Colombo, joined forces and recently opened the SOUHEAST SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Jack Colombo states ‘We were at a crossroads in our lives where we needed to pursue our own vision with no less than one hundred percent freedom to do so. We then made the decision to collectively pursue this goal. Ongoing community involvement is important to us and at the end of the day we all need to give back. We are very excited for our March 4 event. The SAY GOODBYE TO WINTER CONCERT for Oakes Ames Memorial Hall is our kickoff and is the first of many ideas we are actively working on to make reality.’ Jack Colombo, a multi keyboardist, will be performing on four keyboards simultaneously, playing a mix of popular favorites, with a mix of rock, blues, orchestral and jazz styles. His credits include playing keyboards for over 108 national recording groups, some of which are Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees. Jack also has been the Music Director for recording legends, ’The Drifters’, […]
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Give blood in the town of Easton at Oakes Ames Memorial Hall TUESDAY, May 19, 2015! Make your appointment today! To make an appointment to give blood, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).