Me2/’s 2019-2020 Season Sponsor is Sunovion.
Thursday, March 5 at 7:30 pm
Me2/Burlington in Concert
Grand Maple Ballroom, Davis Center
University of Vermont, Burlington VT
Free and open to the general public
Don’t miss conductor Kim Diehnelt and the members of Me2/Burlington in concert in this lovely setting at UVM! The program includes great music, brief stories from our musicians, and a Q&A session with the audience when you can “ask us anything!” All presented in a stigma-free zone, of course.
Me2/ co-founders residency
The Bo Bartlett Center
Ronald Braunstein & Caroline Whiddon will participate in the following activities during a multi-day residency:
ORCHESTRATING CHANGE documentary screenings & panel discussions –
Thurs, March 19 at 7:00 pm
Fri, March 20 at 4:00 pm
On Mon, March 23, Ronald Braunstein will conduct rehearsals with the orchestra at the Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts and the Youth Orchestra of Greater Columbus.
For more information about these residency activities, please contact Rex Whiddon at (706) 507-8430.
Me2/Boston “String Day”
UMass-Lowell Music Department
1:00 pm – panel discussion
5:00 pm – performance and side-by-side activities with students
For more information please contact Gena Grehar at (978) 934-3893 or by email.
Saturday, May 2
Me2/Boston in Concert
Bridgewater State Hospital
*NOT open to the public
This performance is part of Me2/’s commitment to play for those who are incarcerated and may be diagnosed with mental illness. We aim to inspire and provide hope to people in recovery. Bridgewater is a medium security facility housing male patients in several categories: civil commitments without criminal sentences, and on occasion, pre-trial detainees sent for competency and criminal responsibility evaluations by the court.
Monday, May 4 at 7:30 pm
Me2/Boston in Concert
Fuller Mental Health Center
85 E. Newton St, Boston
Free & open to the general public.
Music Director & Conductor Ronald Braunstein leads the orchestra in works by Brahms, Rossini and Beethoven. This hour-long program includes fabulous music, mental health presentations from our musicians, and a Q&A with the audience when you can “ask us anything!” Join us for a great evening in a stigma-free zone.
Wednesday, May 27 – time TBA
Me2/Manchester (NH) in Concert
Bank of New Hampshire Stage, Concord NH
Free & open to the general public
Presented by Riverbend Community Mental Health in celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month. More info coming soon!
ORCHESTRATING CHANGE documentary screening
Fri, October 16, 2020
Semel Institute, UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Includes a post-screening panel with the film’s producers, Barbara Multer-Wellin and Margie Friedman, and Me2/ co-founders Ronald Braunstein and Caroline Whiddon. More details coming soon!