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Mal Barsamian plays oud, classical and rhythm guitars, clarinet and saxophone. Having been appropriately inspired from a strong lineage of family oudists, Mal is truly a musical prodigy in the sense that he plays several instruments so well, that a strong demand for his versatility is sought after by many in the music community. Holding a Master’s Degree in classical guitar from New England Conservatory, Mal’s strong ethnic ties along with his love for Middle Eastern music has established a basis for his ability to successfully fuse cross-cultural music themes of Middle Eastern and Western countries alike. Sharing the stage with Mal, on any of his instruments, is a memorable experience for any musician. Boldly evident is his creative and energetic style of playing. Having made his most significant presents in Middle Eastern music circles as a clarinetist, Mal is truly recognized amongst the finest as such. He has produced, as well as assisted in, the making of several successful recordings.

Harry Bedrossian, schooled and trained as a classical, concert pianist, changed his musical direction after listening to the music of jazz legends Oscar Petersen and Bill Evans, which respectfully cuts through in his playing. Although Harry has also established himself in Middle Eastern Music as a highly accomplished oudist, an instrument on which he is equally active, he more recently combined his expertise in Middle Eastern modal tonality (makam), creating his mark as an accomplished key-boardist, utilizing quarter tones and unique harmonies. To his credit, Harry has played and recorded with several will known Middle Eastern Artists nationally and, locally is acclaimed as one of the most highly sought after musicians, where Middle Eastern Music is featured.

Charles Dermenjian plays percussion, featuring the doumbek, the most commonly played percussive instrument throughout Middle Eastern cultures. As a Middle Eastern percussionist, he has performed extensively in a variety of venues, both nationally and abroad. Additionally, in the field of jazz, some noteworthy appearances include opening for the well known Brazilian percussionist, Airto, at the former Paul’s Mall in Boston, as well as for jazz pianist great, McCoy Tyner, at the Village Gate in New York. He has toured nationally as the feature show drummer for the famous dancer, Little Egypt. His talent as a percussionist colorfully blends the ethnic convention of Middle Eastern time signatures into both standard and creative Western Jazz music. In addition to playing with numerous Middle Eastern musicians, Charles has performed locally with Stan Strickland, as well as several Berkley College faculty. Aside from performing, Charles has devised and applied specific rhythmic teachings as a form of meditative group therapy.

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Harry Bedrossian, schooled and trained as a classical, concert pianist, changed his musical direction after listening to the music of jazz legends Oscar Petersen and Bill Evans, which respectfully cuts through in his playing. Although Harry has also established himself in Middle Eastern Music as a highly accomplished oudist, an instrument on which he is equally active, he more recently combined his expertise in Middle Eastern modal tonality (makam), creating his mark as an accomplished key-boardist, utilizing quarter tones and unique harmonies. To his credit, Harry has played and recorded with several will known Middle Eastern Artists nationally and, locally is acclaimed as one of the most highly sought after musicians, where Middle Eastern Music is featured.

Charles Dermenjian plays percussion, featuring the doumbek, the most commonly played percussive instrument throughout Middle Eastern cultures. As a Middle Eastern percussionist, he has performed extensively in a variety of venues, both nationally and abroad. Additionally, in the field of jazz, some noteworthy appearances include opening for the well known Brazilian percussionist, Airto, at the former Paul’s Mall in Boston, as well as for jazz pianist great, McCoy Tyner, at the Village Gate in New York. He has toured nationally as the feature show drummer for the famous dancer, Little Egypt. His talent as a percussionist colorfully blends the ethnic convention of Middle Eastern time signatures into both standard and creative Western Jazz music. In addition to playing with numerous Middle Eastern musicians, Charles has performed locally with Stan Strickland, as well as several Berkley College faculty. Aside from performing, Charles has devised and applied specific rhythmic teachings as a form of meditative group therapy.

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Not Your Ordinary Museum, Aquarium or Waterfront Facility. The mission of Maritime Gloucester is to inspire students and visitors to value marine science, maritime heritage and environmental stewardship through hands-on education and experiences. This mission is fulfilled by emphasizing in our programs and services the following core values

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HYE FUSION is comprised of an American born trio of well seasoned musicians who perform the music of all of the Middle East integrated with Western Jazz Standards, resulting in a dynamic synergy of melodies and rhythms, employing both current and traditional instrumentation.

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Friday, July 23, 2021 6:00pm HYE FUSION is comprised of an American born trio of well seasoned musicians who perform the music of all of the Middle East integrated with Western Jazz Standards, resulting in a dynamic synergy of melodies and rhythms, employing both current and traditional instrumentation.

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Founded in 1988, the North Shore Health Project has been supporting the health and well being of people living on the North Shore for more than three decades. Originally formed by friends, loved ones, and those impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, over the years NSHP has grown to include client advocacy, case management, needle exchange, community education, overdose prevention, testing for HIV, STI, and Hepatitis C, and LGBTQ+ services. Please. explore our site and services via the menu bottom left on your computer or above on mobile devices.

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HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change) strives to help abused women, children, men, and nonbinary people live free from violence and fear. As a leading domestic violence agency in Massachusetts, HAWC provides a domestic violence helpline, emergency shelter, legal services, advocacy and counseling services to more than 2,500 families in the North Shore area each year.

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For almost 40 years, HAWC has provided healing, freedom, and change to survivors throughout Massachusetts’ North Shore. Explore the map below to find our five main locations, which serve 23 cities and towns from Saugus to Cape Ann.

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For almost 40 years, HAWC has provided healing, freedom, and change to survivors throughout Massachusetts’ North Shore. Explore the map below to find our five main locations, which serve 23 cities and towns from Saugus to Cape Ann.

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HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change) strives to help abused women, children, men, and nonbinary people live free from violence and fear. As a leading domestic violence agency in Massachusetts, HAWC provides a domestic violence helpline, emergency shelter, legal services, advocacy and counseling services to more than 2,500 families in the North Shore area each year.

Beyond providing this help, HAWC advocates for social and cultural change. With one in three women and one in four men experiencing abuse each year, domestic violence is an epidemic. To raise awareness and bolster prevention efforts, HAWC supplies the public with education, volunteer opportunities, annual community events, and frequent updates on related news and legislation.

Once known as “Help for Abused Women and Their Children,” HAWC understands the complexity of abuse. Thus, we expanded our language capacity so abused women, men, non binary people, LGBTQ+ individuals, older adults, undocumented individuals, and people with disabilities can feel comfortable accepting our services.

For almost 40 years, HAWC has provided healing, freedom, and change to survivors throughout Massachusetts’ North Shore. Explore the map below to find our five main locations, which serve 23 cities and towns from Saugus to Cape Ann.

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Friday, August 13, 2021 6:00pm Mari Martin has been entertaining audiences from Massachusetts to California with her compelling voice and signature stage presence for over 20 years. Mari’s influences run the gamut of popular music…from the Beatles to Stevie Wonder, the Rolling Stones to Billie Holiday. Throw in some Bonnie Raitt, Aretha Franklin, Alicia Keyes, Marvin Gaye, Dinah Washington, Eric Clapton, Earth, Wind and Fire, Ella Fitzgerald and Al Green, and you’re beginning to get the picture.

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Lifebridge North Shore expanded services on Cape Ann by bringing the Grace Center under our umbrella in July 2018. We now have three locations in Salem, Beverly and Gloucester. Through a continuum of supportive services, we work on the emotional and physical well-being of society's most vulnerable members. Our case managers meet guests “where they are at” to help them return to lives of stability and self-sufficiency. Through innovation and strategic partnerships, Lifebridge North Shore is helping even more men and women return to lives of independence.

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From Willie's Wikipedia Page:

He played with the Lost, the Bagatelle and the Grass Menagerie before becoming a member of the Velvet Underground in late 1971, joining fellow Grass Menagerie alumni Doug Yule and Walter Powers and replacing Sterling Morrison, who had gone off to pursue an academic career.

With the Velvet Underground, Alexander toured England, Scotland and the Netherlands in support of then-current album Loaded. After completing the tour on November 21, 1971, in Groningen, the band planned to start recording a new album, but band manager Steve Sesnick sent all of the band but Yule home, presumably to retain maximum control of the product (the resulting album was Squeeze, released in 1973) and effectively ending Alexander's time with the band.

After leaving the Velvet Underground, he enjoyed a checkered career, both solo and with his Boom Boom Band, that lasts to this day. In-between, Alexander teamed up with Powers to tour France in 1982 for French punk record label New Rose Records, in 1987 opening for Dramarama and in 2006 for a tour with the legendary Boom Boom band.

Alexander's 1975 single "Kerouac" was covered by Tim Presley on the album The Wink (Drag City, 2016) and his 1980 single "Gin" was covered by Luna on their covers album A Sentimental Education (Double Feature, 2017).

In addition to his storied music career, in 1994, Willie narrated a local film entitled Middle Street made by fellow Gloucester native, independent filmmaker Henry Ferrini. Willie has also contributed many songs to the soundtracks for Henry's other films.

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From Willie's Wikipedia Page:

He played with the Lost, the Bagatelle and the Grass Menagerie before becoming a member of the Velvet Underground in late 1971, joining fellow Grass Menagerie alumni Doug Yule and Walter Powers and replacing Sterling Morrison, who had gone off to pursue an academic career.

With the Velvet Underground, Alexander toured England, Scotland and the Netherlands in support of then-current album Loaded. After completing the tour on November 21, 1971, in Groningen, the band planned to start recording a new album, but band manager Steve Sesnick sent all of the band but Yule home, presumably to retain maximum control of the product (the resulting album was Squeeze, released in 1973) and effectively ending Alexander's time with the band.

After leaving the Velvet Underground, he enjoyed a checkered career, both solo and with his Boom Boom Band, that lasts to this day. In-between, Alexander teamed up with Powers to tour France in 1982 for French punk record label New Rose Records, in 1987 opening for Dramarama and in 2006 for a tour with the legendary Boom Boom band.

Alexander's 1975 single "Kerouac" was covered by Tim Presley on the album The Wink (Drag City, 2016) and his 1980 single "Gin" was covered by Luna on their covers album A Sentimental Education (Double Feature, 2017).

In addition to his storied music career, in 1994, Willie narrated a local film entitled Middle Street made by fellow Gloucester native, independent filmmaker Henry Ferrini. Willie has also contributed many songs to the soundtracks for Henry's other films.

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From Willie's Wikipedia Page:<\/h3>\r\n

He played with the Lost<\/a>, the Bagatelle and the Grass Menagerie before becoming a member of the Velvet Underground<\/a> in late 1971, joining fellow Grass Menagerie alumni Doug Yule<\/a> and Walter Powers<\/a> and replacing Sterling Morrison<\/a>, who had gone off to pursue an academic career.<\/p>\r\n

With the Velvet Underground, Alexander toured England<\/a>, Scotland<\/a> and the Netherlands<\/a> in support of then-current album Loaded<\/a><\/em>. After completing the tour on November 21, 1971, in Groningen<\/a>, the band planned to start recording a new album, but band manager<\/a> Steve Sesnick<\/a> sent all of the band but Yule home, presumably to retain maximum control of the product (the resulting album was Squeeze<\/a><\/em>, released in 1973) and effectively ending Alexander's time with the band.<\/p>\r\n

After leaving the Velvet Underground, he enjoyed a checkered career, both solo and with his Boom Boom Band<\/a>, that lasts to this day. In-between, Alexander teamed up with Powers to tour France<\/a> in 1982 for French<\/a> punk<\/a> record label<\/a> New Rose Records<\/a>, in 1987 opening for Dramarama<\/a> and in 2006 for a tour with the legendary Boom Boom band.<\/p>\r\n

Alexander's 1975 single \"Kerouac\" was covered by Tim Presley<\/a> on the album The Wink<\/em> (Drag City, 2016) and his 1980 single \"Gin\" was covered by Luna<\/a> on their covers album A Sentimental Education<\/em> (Double Feature, 2017).<\/p>\r\n

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Friday, August 27, 2021 6:00pm From the Lost, a 60′s garage-band that made a couple of records for Capitol, to the psychedelic late-60′s Bagatelle, to a brief stint in the post-Lou Reed Velvet Underground, the Boom Boom Band in the punk 70′s, which recorded for MCA, to an introspective take on the 80′s recording for the French label New Rose, and renewed band energy in the 90′s with the Persistence of Memory Orchestra, Willie has maintained a consistently high level of emotional and artistic integrity.

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This concert was originally scheduled for July 7th.

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Our comprehensive, all-inclusive educational programming offers meals, nutrition assessment, health and developmental screenings, referrals for special education services, family support, enrichment programs and transportation when necessary.

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Friday, September 10, 2021 6:00pm This diverse 17-piece big band entertains and delights audiences with danceable music infused with jazz, swing, New Orleans street bands, soul, and rock n’ roll that will bring you back in time. Known for operating like a family, Cape Ann Big Band prides itself with having a repertoire that has no boundaries. Their program includes such classics as “Mack the Knife,” “I’ve Got You Under my Skin,” and “Take the A Train.”

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