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Meet the February #PBFund Nominees

February 16, 2015

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Take a break from shoveling and come join us at Park for Opus Affair’s monthly #PBFund event!

The Punch Bowl Fund: It’s voting with your liver. So come meet some folks, vote for your favorite organization, and partake in the $5 punch (all $5 of which goes to the evening’s winner, so buy a round for your new friends and drink up). Who are you going to vote for?

Bad Habit Productions


Bad Habit Productions, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit theatre dedicated to creating dynamic, innovative productions. We celebrate literary merit, examine human nature, and explore imaginative design. BHP is committed to providing audiences with high-quality, professional theatre experiences that are accessible and affordable. We foster new talent in the Boston theatre scene, thereby encouraging a vibrant, connected environment for artists while enriching the Boston arts community.

Cambridge Concentus


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Cambridge Concentus performs vocal, orchestral, and chamber works of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The group was founded on the ideal of bringing a fresh perspective to the performance of familiar repertoire, and our performers are drawn from a new generation of early-music specialists committed to infusing their energetic performance style with the fruits of recent scholarship. The Musical Intelligencer recently wrote: “this concert will emblazon Cambridge Concentus in my mind,” and: “the lightness of playing once again caught me off-guard. Wonderful!” Cambridge Concentus, under the direction of their co-artistic advisor Joshua Rifkin, recently embarked upon a four-concert tour of Japan where a critic hailed their rendering of JS Bach's St. Matthew Passion as "an epoch-making performance."

José Mateo Ballet Theatre


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Founded in 1986, José Mateo Ballet Theatre has gained a distinctive reputation for its innovative programming, artistic excellence, and extensive community outreach. After recently signing a 41-year lease with the National Historic Landmark Old Cambridge Baptist Church in Harvard Square, JMBT started a renovation project to transform this architectural gem into a world-class dance and performance space.

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