You’re invited to AARP Massachusetts Night on Boston’s City Hall Plaza, as this summer’s Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series kicks off on Wednesday, July 12.
Now celebrating 45 years as Boston’s longest-running outdoor concert series, performances feature entertainment for music lovers of all ages. This series is presented by Mayor Walsh in partnership with the Boston Parks & Recreation Department and the Mayor’s Office of Tourism, Sports, & Entertainment (aka the Mayor’s Office of Arts & Culture).
On AARP Massachusetts Night, Wednesday, July 12, at 7 p.m., the featured performance is by Strictly Sinatra, and includes the classics of Ol’ Blue Eyes as sung by Michael Dutra. According to his website, Dutra, a Rhode Island native, has been performing his tribute to Frank Sinatra since 2002, ” … appearing across the U.S., from Las Vegas, to Miami to Boston, in supper clubs, dinner theaters, performing arts centers, and corporate events and private parties. Dutra has been hailed as one of the finest interpreters of the Sinatra sound in the world. As said by Boston Globe Columnist Wesley Morris, ‘His sound is velour to Sinatra’s velvet, you really can’t tell the difference.’ Ron Della Chiesa of WPLM Boston Radio and a Sinatra guru has said, ‘Michael literally channels Sinatra.'”
This concert is free and begins at 7 p.m. For more information, and to learn about other concerts in the Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series, call 617-635-4505 or visit the Boston Parks & Recreation Department online or on their Facebook Page.