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Dominican Faceless Dolls

Salem Armory Regional Visitor Center 2 New Liberty Street, Salem

SALEM, Ma. — Salem Maritime National Historic Site announces the installation of Dominican Faceless Dolls, a bilingual (English/Spanish) exhibit on display May 7 – June 30, Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am – 4pm at the Salem Armory Regional Visitor Center, 2 New Liberty Street in Salem. Co-created with North Shore Community Development Coalition (North Shore CDC), the exhibit celebrates Salem’s global ... Read More

The Northshoremen Chorus

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

Through singing in the barbershop style, the Northshoremen Chorus and Quartets create an environment of fellowship for men who love to sing and strive to be the finest performers they can be in order to delight audiences and serve the community.

Gabriella Simpkins

Coffeehouse Stage 21 Front Street, Salem

Gabriella Simpkins is an award-winning singer-songwriter, composer, arranger, and musician hailing from Cape Cod, MA and studying at Salem State University. Informed by her vast experiences across many genres, her work exists at the intersections of folk, indie rock, jazz, and classical music.

Miracle Fish Puppets

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

Great friends of the Salem Arts Festival the Miracle Fish Puppets bring another gentle, jovial, Giant to this year’s celebration.

Outrageous Fortune

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

Outrageous Fortune is a Boston-based jug band. They play innovative arrangements of early jazz (Ellington and Armstrong), blues and jug band music (Robert Johnson and the Memphis Jug Band). The trio is Chris Welles on guitar; Rod Thomas on mouth harp & Dan Dick on jug, washboard and bass.

Crowes Pasture

Coffeehouse Stage 21 Front Street, Salem

Crowes Pasture, a roots infused folk duo, performs songs that reflect a mutual passion, sense of discovery and celebration of the human connection. Monique’s romantic clawhammer banjo playing and Andy’s expressive guitar picking are enlivened by their personal chemistry and transcendent harmonies.

Bunker Hill Jazz

Artists' Row 21 Front Street, Salem

Musicians from Boston’s historic Bunker Hill community come together for a joyous celebration of jazz and the art of improvisational music. Gerardo Rivas - Tenor Saxophone Joshua Ziemann - Piano Joshua Bonifas - Double Bass Mathew Villacis - Drums

Gatto

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

“Gatto”, is an American Tribal Style® belly dance troupe based out of Salem, MA. ATS is an improvisational form where dancers take turns leading and following, using cues and a common vocabulary of moves to create a dance that looks choreographed but is not. Everything is created in the moment.

Calamus

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

Bruce-guitar. Aaron-drums. Michael-bass. Gret-keyboard.

Moonrise Fae

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

We are a Fellowship of mystical Fae, here to inspire play and radical self-love through song, dance, art, storytelling, laughter, and universal love.

Flight Or Visibility

Artists' Row 21 Front Street, Salem

Best known for their music video “My Name (is Joanna), Flight Or Visibility uses violin and voice together to create classical punk music about gender euphoria and mutual care. They are the artistic director of School of Arts and Social Justice Boston and on faculty at Wholetone Music Academy.

Wangari Fahari

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

Wangari has a purity and sensitivity in her voice that is clear and evident from the moment she begins to sing. Mentored by two of the most powerful female singers of all time (Joan Baez/Mariam Makeba)entrusted with the responsibility of not just singing, but singing with intention and vision.

Kirsten & Dave

Coffeehouse Stage 21 Front Street, Salem

Kirsten & Dave’s diverse backgrounds are the key to their success at performing a variety of musical styles. Whether they are playing acoustic pop, country, acoustic blues or folk/bluegrass, their love for music is obvious.

Flamenco Boston

Derby Square 21 Front Street, Salem

Flamenco Boston was founded in 2007. The organization’s mission is to bring more flamenco to the Boston area by providing flamenco dance classes and performances. Flamenco is an eclectic art form originating the South of Spain.