The A Capella Singers: The A Cappella Singers are a choral group for treble voices. The group performs a diverse selection of music including Jazz, Contemporary and Classical, Sacred and Secular, both accompanied and a cappella. Rehearsals are Monday evenings, 7 – 9 pm, at Fisk Memorial United Methodist Church, 106 Walnut Street, Natick, Massachusetts.
Actors Company of Natick: A professional theatre company established in 2022 that promotes arts and culture in the community of Natick and beyond.
Artists Natick Mall: Working artist studios in Zero Empty Spaces. Open to the public on lower level of Natick Mall on Rte. 9 west. Open studios on second Saturdays, 1pm to 5pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
IMAX 3-D movie theater: At Jordan’s Furniture, 1 Underprice Way, Natick, MA 01760
Metrowest Symphony Orchestra: In 2018, the MSO began a relationship with Natick High School (NHS). The orchestra performs in Jeremiah Healy Auditorium and provides symphony performance opportunities for all capable NHS students. Special support for NHS string students is provided, as there is no formal string program offered by the school system.
Natick Center Cultural District: Home to over 200 working artists. District associates work in partnership with the Town of Natick and committed members to cultivate a lively and diverse downtown neighborhood by enhancing the cultural, economic, and social life of the community.
Natick Cultural Council: Supports local arts and culture through grants. The Council awards grants based on the cultural needs of the community, as assessed by Council members with input from the community. They support activities and events that appeal to a diverse population and encourage diversity in performances and events. The Council accepts grant applications on an annual basis between September 1st and October 15th, with allocations made before the end of the calendar year.
Natick Drama Workshop: For more than 50 years, Natick Drama Workshop has introduced young people from Natick and the surrounding area to the fun of being involved in community theatre.
The Center for the Arts in Natick (TCAN): The arts center at 14 Summer St., in Natick Center offers a wide range of concerts, shows, movies, and other entertainment.
Walnut Hill School: the private boarding and day high school for the arts offers training in dance, music, theater, visual art, writing, film, and media arts, complemented an academic curriculum. Many of its musical and theatre performances are open to the public.