Do you like to play online games?
Do you love to listen to music?
Do you like have fun outside?

You won't want to miss the grand finale of

PlayTogether Go!

Auditorium and grounds, Claypit Hill School
Adams Lane, Wayland MA
Sunday, June 4th, 3:30pm

(check in from 3pm for your game map)


Young Musicians
Local Under-represented Composers
A "digital/musical treasure hunt" inspired by Pokemon!

What is PlayTogether Go?

PlayTogether Go is a multi-media program committed to equity and accessibility in the arts, which was was conceived and created by WSM's Multi-Media specialist Allison Dobbs. It debuted at Wayland School of Music in 2022, with support from the MA Cultural Council and Wayland Cultural Council.

PlayTogether GO 2023 features:

  • Seven under-represented local composers (meet them below!) +
  • Seven brand new pieces commissioned +
  • 25 students (age 7 to adult) giving the world premiere performances +
  • One musical/digital treasure hunt for clues (scan the code here) throughout the performance venue +
  • One raffle with many cool prices to support scholarships through the Wayland School of Music Equity of Access Fund +
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  • One free community event open to all =

A grand family afternoon out!

From 3:30 - 4:30

  • Students’ digital characters, with their recorded music and artwork, will star in a Pokemon®-inspired online game
  • QR codes, leading to the clues for the characters and their music, will be placed around the performance venue and grounds
  • Families use their phones to "treasure hunt" for hidden characters and music
  • Once you have the clues, you can solve the online puzzle of how the characters and their music fit together!

From 4:30 - 5:30

  • The students will give the world premiere performance of their group’s music
  • Listen to them play to see if you matched up the groups of characters correctly!
  • There will be raffle for fun prizes donated by local merchants

Can I sign up for the event?

No sign-up needed! - just show up at Claypit Hill School, Adams Lane, Wayland, on Sunday, June 4th. Get your game map from 3:00 onward.

Who are the 2024 PTG composers?

Click on each name below to learn more!

Earlier this year Wayland School of Music commissioned seven professional composers from traditionally under-represented groups (e.g. Indigenous, Black, LGBTQ, Latinx) to write new music for student ensembles.

Our composers are excited to work with this new generation of young musicians, and have written the students wonderful new music inspired by their own life experiences and cultural influences.

Our students have been enjoying meeting and working with them and, through informal discussion, are expanding their awareness of who writes music and why they write it. They are looking forward to giving the world premiere performance of their composers' new music!