music

Thumbelina: The Little Musical

A.R.T.’s family holiday programming returns with a new musical adaptation of the beloved story of a girl who forges her path, embraces her differences, and finds her place.


Thumbelina: The Little Musical

A.R.T.’s family holiday programming returns with a new musical adaptation of the beloved story of a girl who forges her path, embraces her differences, and finds her place.


Thumbelina: The Little Musical

A.R.T.’s family holiday programming returns with a new musical adaptation of the beloved story of a girl who forges her path, embraces her differences, and finds her place.


Chadwick Stokes 12th Annual Calling All Crows Benefit

Chadwick Stokes and his band the Pintos will be performing at House of Blues Boston on December 21st for their 12th annual Calling All Crows Benefit. Money raised at the concert will help channel the power of live music toward community change for women and girls. Calling All Crows is a social activist organization committed […]


Thumbelina: The Little Musical

A.R.T.’s family holiday programming returns with a new musical adaptation of the beloved story of a girl who forges her path, embraces her differences, and finds her place.


Thumbelina: The Little Musical

A.R.T.’s family holiday programming returns with a new musical adaptation of the beloved story of a girl who forges her path, embraces her differences, and finds her place.


Run AMOC! Festival

American Modern Opera Company (AMOC), the “hot-bed of boundary-pushing, inventive, chance-taking artists” (ZEALnyc) will present three pieces featuring company members at venues around Harvard Square in Cambridge. Led by Artistic Directors Matthew Aucoin (Crossing at the A.R.T. and BAM, Harvard ’12) and Zack Winokur (The Black Clown at the A.R.T. and Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart […]


Solidarity Salon

Solidarity Salon: poems & stories & music & dance! Featuring Lisa DeSiro, writer and pianist  (thepoetpianist.com) Joey Gould, writer  (https://joeygouldpoetry.wordpress.com/) Liliana Jimenez, dancer Ju-Hee Kang, flutist  (https://www.juheekangflute.com/) Lauren Leja, writer  (invisiblecommute.com) Julia Lisella, writer  (https://www.amazon.com/author/julialisella) In Paik, singer Anne Pluto, writer  (https://twitter.com/apluto) Renuka Raghavan, writer  (www.renukaraghavan.com) Anna Warrock, writer  (www.AnnaMWarrock.com) $5.00 suggested donation to benefit […]


Run AMOC! Festival

American Modern Opera Company (AMOC), the “hot-bed of boundary-pushing, inventive, chance-taking artists” (ZEALnyc) will present three pieces featuring company members at venues around Harvard Square in Cambridge. Led by Artistic Directors Matthew Aucoin (Crossing at the A.R.T. and BAM, Harvard ’12) and Zack Winokur (The Black Clown at the A.R.T. and Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart […]


Bassless Optimism: Live Windwood Trio

Come hear the premiere performance of Camberville’s newest woodwind trio. They will be presenting a selection of chamber works scavenged from the deepest recesses of the internet. The works include a late romantic dawn-poem, a polytonal “bafflement”, and a collection of neo-baroque dances. Please let them know if you play bassoon. Kathryn Hite will be […]


Run AMOC! Festival

American Modern Opera Company (AMOC), the “hot-bed of boundary-pushing, inventive, chance-taking artists” (ZEALnyc) will present three pieces featuring company members at venues around Harvard Square in Cambridge. Led by Artistic Directors Matthew Aucoin (Crossing at the A.R.T. and BAM, Harvard ’12) and Zack Winokur (The Black Clown at the A.R.T. and Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart […]


The Wolff Sisters

Gritty and raw folk-rock outfit The Wolff Sisters first broke into the Boston music scene as an acoustic trio. With haunting harmonies and songs reminiscent of washed up wanderers on New England’s salty coasts, Rebecca, Rachael, and Kat stole Boston’s heart (yes, they’re really sisters). Born to a poet and a musician, they grew up […]