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WSO, Elaine Daiber performing on Sunday

On Sunday, February 9, at 3 p.m., the Wellesley Symphony will perform three jazzy preludes by Gershwin, Brahms’ towering Symphony No. 2, and beloved opera areas from Mozart to Puccini. The stunning young soprano and Wellesley native Elaine Daiber will join music director Max Hobart for works by Gounod, Dvorak, Puccini, and Mozart in her...
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Wellesley salutes its veterans

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Monday, Wellesley police officers, firemen, veterans and various other members of the community gathered inside the still-under-renovation Great Hall inside of Town Hall to honor the town’s veterans. With around 75 people in attendance, the event began at 11 a.m. on the eleventh day of the eleventh...
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World of Wellesley steps up programing

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By Rama K. Ramaswamy While it can be said that the power of a community to sustain change comes from its ability to discover what it cares most about, Wellesley points to the World of Wellesley to light the way. Over the fall, one of the programs WOW featured was the critically acclaimed documentary,...
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Deval Patrick joining WSO for performance

Former Governor Deval Patrick will join the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra (WSO) on Sunday, February 11, for an all-American program celebrating President’s Day and Black History Month. He will narrate Aaron Copland’s stirring "Lincoln Portrait," commissioned by Andre Kastelanetz during the difficult early days of Wold War II. Also on the program are Gershwin’s "An American...
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Rockets go off at Wellesley Library

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter There is little that sounds more fun than mixing vinegar and baking soda to propel a vessel into the air. The Wellesley Free Library offered just this to children of all ages, demonstrating how to make a plastic bottle rocket and then how to send it into the air....
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Wellesley Symphony opens season with Beethoven

By Abigail Davidson Hometown Weekly Correspondent Most area residents have no doubt heard at least a sampling of Beethoven pieces in their lives. However, the opportunity is rare to locally savor an entire concert of his music as performed by a complete orchestra.  The Wellesley Symphony Orchestra (WSO) will kick off its 2016-2017 season on Sunday, October 16th...
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