Alumni Jam this Saturday at 7PM

Bob Meany and Mark Fisher return to the MHS stage for Alumni Jam this Saturday, Jan. 9! 

(photo on right is Mark while at MHS)

Selectman Mark Fisher likes to joke that when he and Police Chief Bob Meaney were in the band together at Medfield High School, Bob sat behind him with his sousaphone causing trouble, while he was the “good kid” on saxophone and clarinet. While Mark and Bob won’t be playing their old instruments at the Alumni Jam, this Saturday, Jan. 9, in the Medfield High School auditorium, they will be reunited on stage as emcees for the community event to benefit the Lowell Mason House.


The event starts at 7 p.m., and throughout the evening you can be sure to hear a lot more bantering between the two former band mates/current town officials, in addition to hearing great music from nearly 25 MHS alumni from across band, orchestra, choir and jazz ensembles representing a range of graduating classes from 1984 through 2015.


Our musicians include Essentially Ellington and Mingus jazz players, All-State and Gold medal Orchestra and Band recipients, students leading college orchestras and a cappella groups, Berklee College of Music students, and many other alumni who are either actively engaged in music in college, or working in the field. Music Director Doug Olsen will also be performing on trumpet, and we’ll also have some current students joining in. Also directing will be alumni Keith Curbow and Nick DeSantis.


All proceeds from the Alumni Jam benefit the Lowell Mason House to help it realize its vision of being a nationally recognized cultural hub, and an active, artistic venue in our town of Medfield for educators and music aficionados nationwide — as well as for our own community.


Alumni Jam tickets are on sale now at Park Street Books, Rock ‘N Roll Rib Joint, and Keith Curbow Studio. Tickets are $10 for regular adult admission, and $5 for students and senior citizens; $10 tickets are also available online at You can also pay at the door.


The event is sponsored by the Medfield Music Association in partnership with the Medfield High School Alumni Association.




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