JP Concerts is a community music program of St. John's Episcopal Church in Jamaica Plain managed by resident performing arts company, Open Theatre Project. The St. John’s sanctuary is a beautiful venue with surround-sound acoustics and an ideal location in the heart of Jamaica Plain. Performances to date have covered a broad range, including multi-media theatrical presentations, wind, keyboard, string recitals, clarinet quartets along with Japanese flute and vocals. These concerts showcase musicians ranging from local talent to world-renowned performers. We are also the home venue for A FAR CRY, Jamaica Plain’s very own self-directed chamber orchestra. 

Mirror Visions Ensemble's Journeys

Friday - September 15 - 8PM

A voyage through art song, new and old.

Rest/Noise's TIMBER by Michael Gordon

Sunday - October 1 @ 4PM

Monolithic work for simple percussion.

New England Chamber Players Presents Bach, Ives, and Brahms

Saturday - October 7th - 8PM

New England Chamber Players Presents Bach, Ives, and Brahms.

Before Thy Throne, Bach's Final Performance

Saturday - October 28 @ 8PM

featuring the Nova Cantatae Ensemble, Written and Composed by James Mathews Grant in collaboration with Roger Graybill

Palaver Strings' Beautiful & Bizarre

Saturday - November 4 @ 8PM

An evening of Baroque music.

The Weston Wind Quintet and Friends

Saturday - November 18 @ 8PM

An evening of chamber music featuring pianist Siu Yan Luk.

A Christmas Concert for the Community

Saturday - December 16 @ 7:30PM

The Bostonians present a night of holiday classics, sing-alongs & community!

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Variant 6's Pensées

Friday - January 12 @ 8PM

Vocal sextet Variant 6 makes its Boston debut with a world premiere by JP resident Jeremy Gill

Peter and Will Anderson

Saturday - January 20 @ 4PM

An evening of classic jazz songs featuring clarinet, saxophone, and guitar.

Women in World Jazz

Saturday - March 3 @ 7PM

A tribute to women artists around the world

Alma Antigua's Alma del Mundo

Saturday - March 10 @ 8PM

A night of music by Marco Pignataro, Roberto Cassan, Richard Galliano, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Teo Ciavarella, Baden Powell and more.

Mark and Glenn Zaleski

Friday - April 20 @ 8PM

A night of Jazz Saxophone and Piano

Weston Wind Quintet and Friends

Saturday - April 21 @ 8PM

An evening of chamber music featuring harpist Caroline Mellott

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