The Center for Arts in Natick

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Past shows

  • TCAN - Open Mic - Phil & Trisha Knudsen

    This show was on Mar 13th, 2018 | 7 people watched
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  • Deborah Henson-Conant: Album Release

    This show was on Feb 3rd, 2018 | 79 people watched
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    • Feb 4
      What was your favorite part of the performance? DHC!!!!! Audience participation!!! Playing the encore as she walked out!
    • Feb 4
      What was your favorite part of the performance? I loved hearing her new compositions and the stories about how her creativity was sparked to write them. Deborah’s harping is intertwined with her life. Wow what a concert!!🎶🎶🎶
    • Feb 5
      What was your favorite part of the performance? I've never seen her perform, but was aware of her because a friend of mine takes her online courses. Wow. A force of nature. Funny, improvisational, creative, strong... I was really impressed. Loved the Latin-tinged numbers as well as the throwbacks to old American folk. She should have an HBO Special, no kidding, she's really different, interesting, and musically moving. Kudo's Deborah. Your newest fan, Gregg
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Bio

The Natick Center Cultural District’s majestic, neo-gothic architecture serves as a visually impressive historic platform for the district’s numerous cultural offerings including its major cultural anchor, The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN). In 2003, TCAN opened its doors in downtown – following an impassioned rescue mission by a group of local citizens and the thoughtful restoration of... more

The Natick Center Cultural District’s majestic, neo-gothic architecture serves as a visually impressive historic platform for the district’s numerous cultural offerings including its major cultural anchor, The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN). In 2003, TCAN opened its doors in downtown – following an impassioned rescue mission by a group of local citizens and the thoughtful restoration of Natick’s historic (c. 1875) Central Fire Station on Summer Street – into the premier performing arts center in the MetroWest Boston area. TCAN draws nearly 20,000 attendees to its 300 performances, classes, lectures, film programs, and art exhibitions each year, all staged in an intimate 270-seat performance space.

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