To celebrate Arts Week, our National Art Honor Society held a paint Night on March 7. Our students guided nearly 40 painters in creating a beautiful sunset landscape, working on easels, tables, and computer desks. Positive energy filled the room, fueled by a relaxing playlist, positive painting affirmations, and cookies, all provided by our NAHS members. Attendees included artists of all levels, parents and grandparents, young children, high school students, and teachers, giving our art students a chance to mentor their their mentors, guiding them outside their comfort zone, to the place where our young artists feel most at home. Participants were ecstatic to share their paintings, and the fun they had creating them!
Algonquin’s Ladies First and Algoncappella will perform tonight at 7:30 at the Wick Festival. The event is held annually at St. Mark’s and features local high school a cappella groups.
Five Algonquin musicians were selected, after an extensive audition process, to perform as members of the Massachusetts All-State Music Festival. They will rehearse over two days with the top high school musicians from the state and perform at Symphony Hall in Boston.
Congratulations to Julia Kardos- voice, Harry Marble- voice, Maya Sagarin- trombone, Sravya Tanikella- voice, Justin Wang- violin, on this great accomplishment!
The Northborough-Southborough Music Association is hosting a fundraiser at Northborough’s Mooyah on Wednesday, January 30 from 4-9pm. This fundraiser will help the NSMA provide more financial support to the music programs and students of Northborough and Southborough in grades 4-12.
The only requirement is that the purchases are between 4-9pm and mention NSMA when paying for your purchase. The fundraiser applies to both take-out and dine-in options as long as you mention NSMA.