Dot Jazz Series
The Dot Jazz Series, a collaborative project of Mandorla Music and Greater Ashmont Main Street, brings live jazz to the Dorchester section of Boston, MA.
Who is Mandorla Music? Mark Redmond, the producer of Mandorla Music, is a therapist by day and a lover of Boston’s rich jazz scene by night. Since late 2013, Mark has presented jazz and related creative music in a number of intimate listening spaces in Greater Boston, including The Green Room and Third Life Studio in Somerville and ARTSpace in Mission Hill. ‘Mandorla’ is a mythological and architectural term referring to the almond-shaped space created by two overlapping circles. Mark’s aim as a presenter is to “foster spaces for overlap, for meeting: between musicians, between players & listeners, and between the immediate and the transcendent.” A former resident of Ashmont and a current resident nearby in Milton, he is excited about co-producing the Dot Jazz Series and helping to grow a meeting-place for jazz lovers in Dorchester.
Where is All Saints Peabody Hall? All Saints Church has generously partnered with us to host our all our Dot Jazz Series! All upcoming performances will be held in the beautiful Peabody Hall in Parish of All Saints on 209 Ashmont Street, Dorchester. Thank you All Saints Church for helping make this cultural event a reality!
Thank you to our Supporters! The Dot Jazz Series is supported by the Boston Cultural Council (BCC) The BCC is in charge of distributing funds from the City of Boston and the Massachusetts Cultural Council to help support innovative arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences programming to enhance the quality of life in Boston. We are grateful to the BBC grant we received to bring this great program right to Dorchester