Hammond Residential Real Estate Sponsors Boston Landmarks Orchestra Family Concert Event


1403645213Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Christopher Wilkins, Music Director, presents a free concert for the whole family on Wednesday, July 9 at 6 pm at City Square Park in Charlestown. The orchestra is grateful to Hammond Residential Real Estate for sponsoring this occasion, in conjunction with the Friends of City Square. For more information about the concert schedule, call 617-987-2000 or visit landmarksorchestra.org.

The event will feature the Landmarks Brass Ensemble which will be preceded by a performance of the brass section of the Conservatory Lab Charter School's Dudamel Orchestra. In addition, the Landmarks Orchestra will have an instrument playground where youngsters in the neighborhood can see what it is like to play a horn or a violin or a flute.

Hammond Residential is headquartered in Chestnut Hill, and has three Boston locations and fourteen suburban branch offices. The company reports over two billion dollars in sales volume annually, ranking in sales volume among the top 500 firms in the United States, and as the sixth-highest in mean average sales price and the ninth-highest in sales volume per sales associate. Hammond is well-known as the publisher of the region’s finest magazines featuring local properties for sale, and is an independently owned and operated franchise company within the Real Living Real Estate franchise network.


The Boston Landmarks Orchestra is funded completely by contributions from government, foundations, corporations and individuals. The Orchestra is especially grateful to the Free for All Concert Fund, the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, The Boston Foundation, the Liberty Mutual Foundation, the Lynch Foundation, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, John Hancock Financial Services, 99.5 FM WCRB, WCVB-TV, JCDecaux, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, and the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), and the City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department.

*Rain Location will be St. John’s Episcopal Church, 27 Devens Street, Charlestown. For weather alerts text LANDMARKS to 51555.