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Sun, Mar 12


Somerville Museum

Waterlines: Stories of Urban Ebb and Flow

Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble, in collaboration with Arlinda Shtuni and the Somerville Museum, presents a musical performance inspired by the Waterlines exhibition.

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Waterlines: Stories of Urban Ebb and Flow
Waterlines: Stories of Urban Ebb and Flow

Time & Location

Mar 12, 2023, 3:00 PM

Somerville Museum, 1 Westwood Rd, Somerville, MA 02143, USA

About the Event

Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble presents an immersive performance at the Somerville Museum, inspired by the museum's new exhibit, Waterlines: Stories of Urban Ebb and Flow. In collaboration with artist and curator Arlinda Shtuni, newly rendered artworks by five notable local artists invite us to consider the ecological, spiritual, and social dimensions of water, and ask us to reawaken our personal connection to it. Northeastern University students will contribute soundscapes that add an ethereal aural layer to the exhibit, and Dinosaur Annex musicians will present a program of notated and improvised works which complement - and react to – the art and space.


Kati Agócs - Thirst and Quenching

Marcos Balter - Evens

Carolyn Chen - Drown

Nomi Epstein - All Are Above Us

inti figgis-vizueta - placing ceremony

Julien Malaussena - 8 Mins after Boiling


Anne Black, viola

Diane Heffner, clarinet

Sue-Ellen Hershman-Tcherepnin, flute

Alexandra Porter, voice

Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello

Robert Schulz, percussion


A+J Art + Design/ Ann Hirsch + Jeremy Angier, Caitlin & Misha, Faith Johnson, Georgie Friedman, and Heather Kapplow


$25/person; Somerville Museum active members $20/person; no charge for children under 12 years old.  Audience capacity is limited to 45 people, so we encourage that tickets are purchased in advance of the event.


The Somerville Museum has no dedicated parking spots. Please note visitor parking spots on Westwood Road, Central Street, and Highland Ave. Parking regulations are relaxed on Sundays. For more information visit the Somerville Museum website at


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As the only membership supported, community-based cultural institution of its kind in Somerville, the Somerville Museum is the City of Somerville’s mirror, playing a central role in preserving the past, reflecting the present, and helping to shape the future of this diverse urban community of 81,000. Through its innovative programming, the Museum seeks to engage our audience in an on-going dialogue with local artists, scholars, and educators with the larger aim of fostering cultural education and understanding.


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