Natalie Lewis, BHS Class of 2017, competed in and won the 35th Annual Eleanor McCollum Competition for Young Singers, at the Houston…Read More
A Bedford High School graduate who has had an indelible impact on American culture is best known for what has been described…Read More
Bedford’s Catherine Donato to sing “The Star Spangled Banner” before Wednesday’s Red Sox/Braves Game
Trick question: Who is the first Bedford High School graduate to make it all the way from Sabourin Field to Fenway Park?
There’s no instruction manual on how to teach meaningful art classes to kindergarteners and first and second graders when they’re not in…Read More
There’s no place like home…. especially during a global pandemic.
Matthew Siegal of Bedford, president and executive director of the Lexington Arts and…Read More
Image gallery posted at the end of the article. This is the third in a series on the visual arts programs in…Read More
The Covid-19 pandemic has curtailed and compromised public education for more than 13 months.
But Sean Hagan, visual arts program director for the…Read More
Jean Valjean, with all due respect, had some bad days. But he never knew what it’s like to have to abandon a…Read More
If the performing arts reflect society’s mood and outlook, Melinda Lopez’s optimism and workload are signs that good times are on the…Read More
I hope that everyone stayed safe during our first snow day of the school year. I want to assure the students that…Read More
There will be a 60th annual Bedford High School musical, to be presented in May 2021.
It will be just a little different.
Joyce Peseroff, a poet and a teacher for four decades, says she finds inspiration and intimacy in the open spaces around her…Read More
The performance season for Stacy Schalick and her band was a short one this year, thanks to the coronavirus Covid-19. Indeed, the…Read More
Performing arts teachers in the Bedford schools are relying on energy, creativity, and technology to build a meaningful academic year despite debilitating…Read More
A long-time Bedford attorney whose love for creative writing began in high school has published his first novel. And it only took…Read More
“Music is here to stay,” Rebecca Leonard asserted. “The learning environment is going to be different for a while.”
Leonards Music, at 128…Read More
The fine and performing arts are a big part of the collateral damage inflicted by the Covid-19 virus. Even museums have been…Read More
Janet Powers and the [email protected] Parish will host a fun filled night of art making and wine. Come learn the process artist…Read More
Professor Dan Breen of Brandeis University and a favorite lecturer a the Bedford Free Public Library each winter, will be speaking about…Read More
The BCA Photo Group concludes its 2018-19 Image Sharing with the theme “After Dark.” Photographer and member Bill Davison will provide constructive…Read More
The BCA Photo Group concludes its 2018-19 season with a BCA tradition, led by member Dennis Rainville. Members present up to 5…Read More
Compiled by The Bedford Citizen
A cold and rainy spring, families are ready to get outside for fishing, hiking, paddling, art, music, history…Read More
The Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group Technical Series with photographer and BCA member, Diane Bennett, speaking on “Copyright Basics for…Read More
Submitted by the First Parish Green Sanctuary Committee
Celebrate “Earth Alive”, an evening of interactive, multi-media song and storytelling for all ages from…Read More
By Town Historian Sharon McDonald
Each April, during the Pole Capping and Patriot’s Day parades, you will see the bright crimson Bedford Flag…Read More