Our award-winning, waterfront Boston restaurant is just steps away from the TD Garden. Expansive patio overlooking the harbor during warmer months. Beverages on tap and to go, plus a curated menu including our famous Detroit-style pizzas!
Night Shift Brewing is thrilled to team up with the Community Music Center of Boston to bring you an unforgettable day of music and beer. We’re bringing back one of our most anticipated beers, “Dunkel John’s Band” – a smooth, delicious Munich-Style Dunkel that honors The Grateful Dead with its name and label artwork. What better way to mark this release than with music from the members of the Community Music Center of Boston?!
📅 Date: Saturday September 16th
🕒 Time: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
🏢 Location: Night Shift Brewing
🎶 Musical Lineup 🎶
Marcela is a jazz composer, arranger, pianist, and educator. Before joining CMCB, she received her bachelor’s degree in Jazz Composition and Piano Performance from Berklee College of Music in 2020 and has been teaching and performing throughout the Boston area. Growing up in Mexico, Marcela got deeply interested in jazz artists who would inspire her to pursue a music career in the United States.
Following her passion, she moved to Boston in 2016. Soon after starting her studies at Berklee, she began working in the assistive music technology program at the school, which provides adapted music software instruction and assistance with projects to blind and visually impaired students. This experience soon became a crucial step in her career, leading her to share her experience and collaborate to improve fellow blind musicians’ technology resources.
She has helped with beta testing software, providing feedback about accessibility to software developers, and has successfully completed various projects through music technology. Currently, she continues to expand her musical journey through teaching, composing, performing, and collaborating with various organizations in the music industry.
Guitar virtuoso, composer, bandleader, educator and recording artist, Javier Rosario is the first ever Michel Camilo Scholarship winner to Berklee College of Music, and Presidential Scholarship winner to the Longy School of Music of Bard College. Javier is a guitar Adjunct Professor at Community Music Center of Boston and Bunker Hill Community College. Javier is a Community Engagement Programs Teaching Artist at Community Music Center of Boston and the Hurley School at Boston’s South End.
In late June 2021, Javier received the Community Music Center of Boston Marilla MacDill Award for Teaching Excellence and Community Service. In late June 2022, Javier was granted the Community Music Center of Boston Professional Development Grant for Creative Youth Development in alignment with Cultural Inclusion and Social Emotional Development.
Gather your friends and fellow music enthusiasts to share in this unique experience that brings together the art of brewing and the magic of music. This is one jam you won’t want to miss!
ABOUT THE COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER OF BOSTON:
Community Music Center of Boston (CMCB) is an arts education nonprofit founded in 1910, with a mission to transform lives by providing equitable access to excellent music education and arts experiences. Over 3,000 students of all ages, from pre-school to seniors, participate in our programs every week.
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