The Foxborough Historical Society is pleased to announce Justin Locke as our November speaker. Justin spent 18 seasons playing bass in the Boston Pops before becoming an author, playwright and speaker. In his presentations, Justin shares an honest first-hand look at the inner workings of major orchestras, and the remarkable people who play in and conduct them.
Justin is the author of several programs for family audiences that have been done all over the world, in such notable venues as the Theatro Municipal of Rio de Jeneiro and Berlin Konzerthaus. He has been an author @ google; he has co-hosted the Jordan Rich show on CBS Radio and he has been featured on Chronicle HD. His books include “Real men Don’t Rehearse” and “Principles of Applied Stupidity”.
He will have some of his books available after the lecture.
Be prepared for some laugh-out-loud behind-the-scenes tales of musical disasters, as well as some intriguing insight into the often magical world of people who make music for a living, Join us, Tuesday, November 22, 2016, 7:30 p.m. at the Boyden Library Community Room, 10 Bird Street. Historical Society meetings are free and open to the public.
There are no meetings scheduled for the Foxborough Historical Society in December, January and February of 2017. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.