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Concerts at the Taylor House B&B
50 Burroughs Street
Boston (Jamiaca Plain), MA 02130
(617) 983-9334

$15 donation and elegant wine/dessert reception after.

Bus 39 from Copley Square stops at the end of our street. Green St Stop on the Orange Line is a 10 minute walk.

Please reserve your seats for each concert you are interested in. If you do not arrive before 7:25 then your seats may be given up to walk-ins.


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2015 Open Dates are posted below if you'd like to sign up.
Dec Artists: (You may arrange with the artist to see their work now that the concerts are done for the year)  
                    Nancy Marks                                      
                    Richard Youngstrom                          

We offer Friday evening house concerts twice a month and invite metropolitan Boston musicians in the genres of classical music and jazz to apply. Our music room seats about 45 people and features a 7' Yamaha grand piano. Musicians and listeners alike enjoy the intimacy of these gatherings, which are followed with a reception featuring desserts by our in-house chefs. The admission fee is $15, with most of that going to the musicians.

We also offer local visual artists the opportunity to display and sell their work here. Generally the pieces are on display for 1 to 2 months and an opening reception is staged for the artist and show. Inquiries for this program can be directed to Daryl Bichel as well by indicating you are a Visual Artist (see form at the bottom of this page).

Nancy Marks and Richard Youngstrom – Visual Artists for Nov/Dec

You can make an appointment to see their work for the rest of 2014.
Nancy Marks
As a painter and mixed media artist with extensive background in printmaking, my current work explores different narratives unified by my art-making techniques. My most prominent body of work-urban is abstraction- explores the city, steeped in its aesthetic and social paradoxes. I am drawn by the complex contradictions that allow some streets to gleam with wealth and investment while residing along side neglected and nearly uninhabitable neighborhoods. How does constructed space separate or bring people together? What makes community and what tears it apart? This interest in the power of place can be traced back to my New York roots.
I have been a visual artist for over 25 years: first as a papermaker and now as printmaker and painter. In the past five years, my work has been in seven solo exhibitions including in the Beverly J. Tassaini Gallery at Newbury College, the Gallery at Sanders at Fitchburg State University, Boston University's Metropolitan College Gallery, and at UFORGE Gallery in Boston MA. Additionally, I participated in several two and three-person exhibitions including at AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA and at The Footlight Club, Boston, MA.

Richard Youngstrom
I have been creating art projects for 25 years and more recently have focused on contemporary mosaic art as a medium that fits my skills, and my interest in nature, recycling, beach combing and collecting odds and ends.
My work is decorative, durable and useful.  The images and functional objects I create are a unique use of the recycled and reused  ceramic tiles, broken dishes, glass, stone, shells and found objects. The tessarae, or small pieces, that make up the mosaic come from many places, and incorporate a range of colors, textures, materials, shapes and sizes: they reflect our community and the world around us.
Each individual piece is reclaimed and shaped to bring new life, new utility and a pleasing form to what was once lost and forgotten.
My work has been exhibited in the greater Boston area, including the Somerville Museum, Logan Airport, Bedford Library, the State House, Roxbury Community College, The Arboretum, Experimental Art Gallery (Salem) Artworks (New Bedford) Highfield Hall (Falmouth), Schwamb Mill (Arlington), as well as JP Licks, JP Open Studios and JP Art Association events.
I do commissioned work and conduct mosaic classes at my Jamaica Plain studio, as well as Brookline Adult Education and other locations.





Performer Schedule 
In the late fall/winter we plan our series for the upcoming calendar year, with concerts held every month. 
All events are held on Fridays at 7:30pm.
The 2015 dates are listed below.
Singers and instrumentalists are invited to apply and should fill in the form below which goes to Daryl Bichel.  Private Recital space is also available for a fee.  Jazz (J)  Classical(C)

  • January 23, Past
  • February 6, Open
  • February 20,
       Yulia Museyelyan (J)
  • March 13,
       Sam Ou, cello and 
       Chi-Chen Wu, piano (C)
  • March 27, Open
  • April 10 ,
       Earth Sound (J)
  • April 24,
       Roving Soul (J)
  • May 8,
       Duo Davvero (C)
  • May 22,
       Ben Schwendener (J)
  • June 5, 
       Ponticelli Trio (C)
  • June 19,
       April Hall (J)

2014 Visual Arts Schedule 

  • Feb - Mar:  Open
  • Apr - May:  Open
  • Jun - Jul:   Open
  • Aug - Sep:  Open
  • Oct - Nov :  Open
  • July 10, Open
  • July 24, Open
  • August 14, Open
  • August 28, Open
  • September 11,
       Emergence Quartet (C)
  • September 25, 
       Man on Land (J)
  • October 9, 
       John Funkhauser (J)
  • October 23, 
       Josh Rosen and
       Stan Strickland (J)
  • November 6, Open
  • November 20, Open
  • December 4, Open

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Absolutely loved staying at the Taylor House. Fully restored to it's original beauty with all the modern upgrades. No doubt every detail was attended to in the design of this place. The art through out is stunning and engaging. The breakfast was exceptional (right out of the oven egg and vegetable casserole, crumb cake, fresh seasonal fruits and high quality coffee). The best part was that I slept like a baby on a very comfortable bed. Tucked away on a quiet side street and near to all, I almost forgot I was in a city. I highly recommend the Taylor House and look forward to staying there again during future visits to Boston.

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