Third Thursdays: All of the Feels

Thursday, April 20, 5:30 PM


Choose your own tangential adventure and experience live music and pop-up performances meant to move and inspire.

Music by Stringalong
Stringalong is a pop/rock/r&b string duo consisting of Aaron Fried (cello) and Josh Knowles (violin). Trained at Boston Conservatory and Berklee College of Music respectively, they cultivate a unique blend of classical, jazz, rock and pop to their fluid and sometimes improvisatory renditions of well known contemporary songs.

Cash bar around the Courtyard. Café G open for snacks, dinner, and drinks.


Third Thursdays are very popular events, and often sell out. Purchase your tickets in advance to guarantee entrance.*

  • Online, by clicking the GET TICKETS button above**
  • By calling the box office at 617 278 5156, Wednesday-Monday, 10 am-4 pm**
  • In person: Visit the Museum and purchase at the door, Wednesday-Monday, 11 am-4:30 pm

Tickets are required and include Museum admission. Once advance tickets have sold out, a limited number of tickets will be available for walk-up purchase on the day of the event beginning at 5 pm. We recommend coming early if you do not have a ticket reserved.

*Students of member universities must present their ID in person to access their free ticket. Advance tickets are encouraged.
**Handling charges apply to these orders.

A few suggestions for the evening:

  • Plan ahead! Please leave large bags at home.
  • Keep it intimate! Due to the nature of the collection and the high attendance, we cannot accommodate groups of 10 or more at Third Thursdays.

Studio activities are generously supported by Linda N. Cabot and Ed Anderson. The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts. This program also is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture.

Image Credit: Matt Teuten, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.