March is set to be another full month of fun activities at Waterstone at Wellesley, and it will start with four concerts featuring some of Waterstone's old favorites and a couple performers who are visiting Waterstone for the first time.
The concerts start next Wednesday when Tom Madden visits to play the piano. Madden has played throughout the United States, from Hawaii to Florida. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Madden has sung and played the piano, trombone and guitar for more than 30 years.
Then on Friday, March 4, entertainer Michael Dardis will return to show off his skill at the guitar, piano and harmonica. A fan of classics, Dardis covers artists from the Everly Brothers to Billy Joel. Dardis is also a talented singer.
Dardis will be followed by a visit from Steve Lanzillotta, a longtime performer at Waterstone, who routinely entertains with his piano playing. Lanzillotta, a local musician from Hanover, is visiting on March 8 and will play favorites from the American songbook, show tunes, jazz and ragtime. Like Madden, Lanzillotta has played for more than 30 years.
Finally, on March 9, the Wellesley High School string ensemble is visiting. The talented high school students frequently perform throughout the area, displaying their talent with string instruments.
Find all dates and times of each event below:
Tom Madden to play piano
Wednesday, March 4 at 4 p.m.
Performer Michael Dardis to visit
Friday, March 6 at 4:30 p.m.
Piano with Steve Lanzillotta
Sunday, March 8 at 2:30 p.m.
Wellesley High School string ensemble to perform
Monday, March 9 at 3 p.m.