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Fabiola Méndez Trio & Jonathan Suazo


Date Night

Thursday, April 4, 2024
3 - 9 pm

Join us on the first Thursday of every month for a beautiful evening of celebration and community. Museum admission is free from 3 pm through 9 pm and programs kick off at 5 pm. Explore the magic of the Museum’s gardens and galleries at night and stop by Café G for dinner and drinks.

Celebrate the arrival of Spring and become allured by the beauty of the Historic palace’s nasturtiums as you walk in. Enjoy the music performed by musical couple Fabiola Méndez  and Jonathan Suazo accompanied by their band as they harmonize a night calling for all love birds and loved ones to rejoice in splendor. Come witness a beautiful performance! 

Visit the Studio for art-making activities. Learn more about the current exhibition Raqib Shaw: Ballads of East and West.

Art-Making | 5 - 8 PM in the Bertucci Education Studio 

Stop by the Education Studio and join us for drop-in, art-making inspired by the Gardner collection. Experiment and explore a variety of skills, materials, and creative processes! 

Music with Fabiola Méndez Trio & Jonathan Suazo |  6:00 - 7:00 PM and 7:30 - 8:30 PM in the Courtyard 

Unwind and enjoy music of Fabiola Méndez Trio accompanied by Award-Winning Jazz Musician Jonathan Suazo. Experience the Courtyard and nasturtiums in a delightful evening celebrating a night of love, kinship, and growth. 



Advance registration is encouraged for free timed entry tickets for Museum general admission. 

Registration opens two weeks before the event for the general public and four weeks in advance for members. Reserve your tickets online by clicking the button above. 

Limited tickets will be available in-person at the Museum’s main entrance, starting at 3 pm, the day of the event. Please note that day-of tickets are not guaranteed. 

Questions about accessibility? Please call the box office at 617 278 5156.

Frank Hatch Free Day is held annually in honor of Francis "Frank" Hatch (1925-2010), longtime Gardner Museum trustee, community advocate, and supporter of the arts and culture in the city.

Free days are supported in part by the Wallace Minot Leonard Foundation, Thomas G. Stemberg Charitable Foundation, and Liberty Mutual Foundation.

Education and community programs receive support from the Vertex Foundation, Rowland Foundation, the Yawkey Foundation, The Beker Foundation, Liberty Mutual Foundation, The Hamilton Company Charitable Foundation, Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation, and Janet Burke Mann Foundation.

Studio activities are generously sponsored by the Polly Thayer Starr Charitable Trust.

The Neighborhood Salon is supported in part by the Anne Hawley Fund for Programs, the Barr Foundation ArtsAmplified Initiative, and the Polly Thayer Starr Charitable Trust.

The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which is supported by the state of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.