JP Concerts is a community music program of St. John's Episcopal Church in Jamaica Plain. We are managed by resident performing arts company, Open Theatre Project and share their mission of an open-to-all arts community with a focus on diversity. Our programming of concerts reflects the diverse sounds  and faces of our community and our beautiful home provides world class acoustics in a historic location along with a partnership that has helped us explore new sounds and opportunities each year. On behalf of the entire JP Concerts, OTP & St. John’s family we want to welcome you to another year of beautiful music and diverse programming that we hope nurtures your mind & soul.

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Women at the 49th Parallel. Adventurous listening experiences to audiences of all ages.

Andromeda Quintet

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 This annual Christmas Concert features classics of now and yesterday along with audience sing-alongs and a special guest or two!

A Christmas Concert for the Community

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Four cellos illustrate the development and expressive potential of Classical Music from the Renaissance to modern day.

Holes in the Floor

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New music from OddSong, a multi-stylistic jazz group, featuring the soaring voice of Rebecca Shrimpton, four saxophones, violin and marimba

Darell Katz and OddSong

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One of New England's premiere Chamber Orchestra conducted by Elias Miller

The Apollo Ensemble of Boston

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 Jazz Trio featuring an intimate and varied set of standards and originals with Matt Savage, Mark Zaleski, Max Ridley 

Matt Savage Jazz Trio w/Mark Zaleski & Max Ridley

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Chamber Music Concert featuring some of Boston's finest instrumentalists. 

The Weston Wind Quintet & Friends

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An annual tradition featuring the jazz & folk stylings of Mark & Glenn Zaleski along with the soaring vocals of Greta DiGiorgio and virtuostic talent of  violinist, Tomoko Omura. 

The Zaleski Brothers & Family

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Indian Ragas and African Rhythms in the Sanctuary

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