Sorry! Due to the impending thunderstorms we are cancelling tonite’s summer concert featuring Shane Wood Jazz Trio. See you next week!
Outstanding Performers are to perform Friday Dec. 5th at 6:30 pm at Baxter Park. Please arrive before the start at 6:30.
Thank you to all singers and parents, and congratulations to all who battled nerves to sing for the judges, Paul Alberta, Margo Nothnagel, and Tim Borchers the evening of Dec. 3rd. All singers are invited to sing with us on the carols following the outstanding performances Friday night. We expect fair weather for the tree lighting.
The 2014 Outstanding Performers are:
Lilly Lewis, 1st grade, “Santa Clause is Coming to Town”
Shea Woolley and Zoe Zilinski, 4th grade, “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”
Nora Devlin and Grace McGowan, 5th grade, “Rock ‘n’ Around the Christmas Tree”
Nicole Mulready, 6th grade, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
Elizabeth Scheck, 6th grande, “Santa Clause is Coming to Town”
Matthew McGrory and Raphaela Gray, 7th grade, “Baby It’s Cold Outside”
Honorable mentions to all other who participated in the youngest category. Keep singing and keep competing!: Madyson; Olivia; Neva; Moira, Kelly & Emily; William, Elizabeth, and Michaela; Julia and Johanna; Ava, Hannah and Rachel; Sophia and Zoe; Julia and Maeve.
Honorable mentions to all others who participated in the middle school category. Keep up the work to become even better, expressive singers, and come back next year!: Jessica; Lilly; Melanie; Kylie and Eliana; Kathryn and Molly.
There were no performers in the high school category.
Thank you for your hard work and, for so many of you, your first try at performing solo or in a duet or trio.
The 2014 MEMO Summer Concert Series began on Thursday June 12th with a rousing concert by Brass Connection. Sponsored by Needham Bank and hosted by Noon Hill Grill, the evening featured fun give-aways and lively music under the big tent. MEMO thanks the Zullo Gallery for loaning us the tent for the evening. It was a perfect evening – complete with an end-of-year MEMO picnic catered by Noon Hill Grill.
Pictures courtesy of Lucille Fisher, Sage & Savvy Marketing, feature MEMO members enjoying their picnic and outgoing MEMO President Brandie Morris of Electric Time Company with incoming MEMO President Brian McSharry of Closet & Storage Concepts.
For the third year now, the students auditioning were fantastic! We admire your musical abilities, your courage to try out, and your dedication to learning the music. Listening to you was delightful. We hope you will try out again next year. Get ready!
All contestants are welcome to join with us in singing the carols from the stage.
We are very happy to award “Outstanding Performance” to the following and to invite them to sing their songs this Friday evening, December 6, beginning at 6:30 PM at Baxter Park, site of the annual Medfield Tree Lighting and to ride on the MEMO parade float on Saturday:
Julia Adrian, The Christmas Song
Sophia Gustafson, All I Want for Christmas
Ella Kohler, Winter Wonderland
Duet: Raphaela Gray & Matthew McGrory, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Elizabeth Scheck, Let It Snow
Cheetah Girls: Kaitlyn Barton, Bella Gangemi, Alex Lusby, Grace McGowan, Natalia McNeil, Kelsey Quint, Frosty the Snowman
Mistle-Tones: Ava Boudreau, Hannah Johnson, Rachel Parry, Winter Wonderland
MEMO’s Joy To The World Contest, Tim Borchers, Chair, JTTWcontest@gmail.com
The Stacey Peasley Band concert scheduled for Thursday July 25, 2013 , 6-8pm, will be held outdoors weather permitting or in the library in case of rain. The concert is co-hosted by Beginning Years Child Development Center and New N’Towne. The MEMO Annual Summer Concert Series is co-sponsored by MEMO and Needham Bank.
due to rain. Medfield Public Library to offer a movie at 6:15pm. The movie will be Fern Gully, rated G, 76 minutes long.