Our Spring Session begins April 10th, 2017 – Registration is now open, and the deadline for registration is April 3rd. Registration is incomplete without payment, due April 10th.
Please refer to our updated Program Policies.
Adult Music Program
Private Music Instruction
Schedule: As arranged with Instructor
Cost: Based on Session Time. All new students are charged a $25 registration fee.
Please visit the Private Music Instruction Page.
Italian Level II
Schedule: Thursday’s – 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Instructor: Matteo Roncari
Location: 9 Hull Street, Boston’s North End
Cost: $195 / 8 weeks
Spring Start Date: April 13, 2017
Spring End Date: June 1, 2017
Description: This course is for those who have completed Italian level I. Focus is placed on building skills acquired, through an interactive approach that involves meaningful class activities like skits, group projects and conversation, while introducing important cultural points.
Italian Level III
Schedule: Mondays – 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Instructor: Benedetta Rossi
Location: ABCD Center – Boston’s North End
Cost: $195 / 10 weeks
Spring Start Date: April 10, 2017
Spring End Date: June 20, 2017
Description: For our advanced students, this Italian class offers you the opportunity to refine and improve your Italian skills. Continued work in advanced Italian grammar, reading and writing is combined with a special emphasis on conversation.
Check back later for new workshops!
SHAKESPEARE WORKSHOPS at Cafe Paradiso!
led by Doug Bowen-Flynn
Do you like Shakespeare, but sometimes wish you had a viewing guide? Do you like joining your fellow adults for an evening of wine, dessert, and Shakespearean insight? Did you enjoy last year’s 50 Shades of Shakespeare at the Improv Asylum? Come join NEMPAC at Café Paradiso for two evenings of Shakespearean camaraderie, libations, and fun as our own Doug Bowen-Flynn gives a brief overview of two upcoming Shakespeare productions in two separate workshops and entertains questions in advance of going to see the shows! Fee to participate include a beverage of your choice from Cafe Paradiso and a splendid, fun evening with friends and Mr. Bowen-Flynn!
The Winter’s Tale, November 29, 2015, 3PM: In a perfect tale of winter loss and spring redemption, Shakespeare weaves elements of his own life into a tragic, endearing, and poignant story of our human foibles, the choices we make, and their life-altering consequences. Actor’s Shakespeare Project will be performing the show from Dec. 10-Jan. 3. Enrollment Fee: $30. Registration Deadline, Monday Nov 23rd 2015.
Richard II, March 6th 2016, 3PM: What does it mean to be a king? Does a bad monarch still retain the right to rule? Who is entitled to dethrone him? What are the consequences to the people? What are the long-term implications of misrule and political upheaval? All of these issues, as relevant today as they were four hundred years ago, Shakespeare explores in this history—the first in the Plantagenet series that tracks the course of British monarchy from Richard II through the end of the Hundred Years War, the War of the Roses, and the reign of Richard III. Actor’s Shakespeare Project will be performing the show from February 17-March 13.
Enrollment Fee: $30. Registration Deadline, Monday Feb 15th 2016.
Doug brought Shakespeare to life for me! Having the historical context made a big difference to my understanding of the language, which I can find mysterious. Doug’s love of Shakespeare makes me want to give it another try – my last real exposure to Shakespeare was 25 years ago.
–Bethany Daily, audience member from 50 Shades of Shakespeare Event in May 2015.
Doug put on a hilarious, interactive show featuring Shakespeare and exploring his more *ahem* personal themes. He touched on bits of history and motivation that informed both seasoned and newbie Shakespeare fans. I look forward to having another drink with Doug and going deeper into the bawdy Bard.
-Jennifer McGivern, member and supporter of NEMPAC
Doug makes Shakespeare so much fun to hear, see and learn.
-Andrea Waldstein, NEMPAC Board Member and Arthur Waldstein, supporter and friend of NEMPAC