Unsilent Night is a luminous soundscape which will be played by participants on boomboxes carried through the streets of North Adams to announce the opening of the annual holiday celebration and sale of inexpensive artworks at MCLA’s Gallery 51.
Her book has tips from Tanglewood regulars who have picnic preparations down to a science. You’ll find practical tips like bringing a tarp or shower curtain to put under the picnic blanket to keep it from getting wet and whimsical ones–like packing both cocktail and dinner-sized napkins plus wrangling with a picnic candelabra.
There will be a youthful edge to the classical offerings of the Boston Symphony Orchestra when it returns to Tanglewood this summer. Lots of Mahler and Beethoven, a healthy portion of opera favorites, and a trip back in time with Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret.
An annual classic in the Berkshires, this community presentation is a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays with the whole family and revel in the joy and redemptive power of Christmas.
Botti, Bell, Chang, Fleming, The Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York City Ballet and Alvin Ailey (plus more) have been announced for the 2016 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Season, and here are the details about a holiday promotion in which tickets will be available at a discount for a very short time – in the spirit of Black Friday.
At the Little Cinema Nov. 27-30. A documentary that uses simple family footage to tell the story of Ravi which has become a hilarious and heartbreaking film that captures how simple love between two people can become a family affair.
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival has scheduled a quartet of cutting edge dance companies for 2016, and they are just the first taste of what is to come next summer.
It was a Messiah sing that introduced me to the wonders of Handel’s most famous choral work. I have never heard it sung without wanting to drop everything and join in, because it has become part of me, one of the wonders of the world of sacred music. (LM)