The new BSO conductor, Andris Nelsons announced his plans for his first full year as the orchestra’s music director.
Internationally-renowned classical soloists, famed guest conductors, star-studded pops evenings and exciting premieres will highlight the 2014 residency of The Philadelphia Orchestra in Saratoga ‘s SPAC.
What a lineup! Earth, Wind & Fire, Trombone Shorty, Terence Blanchard, Dave Holland Prism, Patti Austin, Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Eddie Palmieri Salsa Orchestra, Quinn Sullivan, Dr. Lonnie Smith and more.
Schedules are works by Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, and Mendelssohn, an all-French program, and George Tsontakis’s contemporary KnickKnacks for Violin and Viola.
Intoxicating Jamaican music sure to light up the dance floor.
Spencer Day and Valentine’s Day go together,but his concert for sweethearts is one day later, February 15.
From June 27-August 30, Tanglewood features more than 100 performances in 2014.
The season kicks off on June 7th (6:30PM) with the Opening Concert & Gala featuring the Emerson String Quartet performing Haydn: Quartet in G Minor, Op. 20, No. 3, Mendelssohn: Quartet in F Minor, Op. 80, and Schubert: Quartet D Minor, “Death and the Maiden.”
Wilco won’t make a Mass MoCA appearance in 2014.
Broadway singers and a 7 piece band from Kinky Boots join Niko at 54 Below for The First Snow Record Release Show on January 31 at 11pm
More music and madness at Mass MoCA with one of the buzziest bands around.
A chance to shake off the winter chill and blues on February 1 in the Hunter Center.
A tribute and spiritual sing-along, with words and music provided, will honor Dr. King..
An extraordinary hybrid of samba, capoeira, flamenco, Cuban music, plainchant, choral writing and Baroque techniques, this is a Passion sung in four languages with the soloists taking on the roles central to the story of the Crucifixion.
The Berkshire Bach Ensemble boasts virtuosi from near and far performing in two of the finest venues in Western Massachusetts, the Mahaiwe and the Academy of Music.
The rich sounds of Baroque music supplemented with choreography by Ken Pierce is on tap for Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY.
The Golden Age of violinists from the 19th and 20th centuries returns for a CLose Encounter With Music in Great Barrington, MA.
Jazz guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli and Broadway singer and actress Jessica Molaskey are on tap as are Darlene Love, opera and theatre telecasts, and food historian Francine Segan. Plus Polar Express and cartoons for the younger set.
The authoritative day by day listing of every concert, every artist to appear at Tanglewood in 2014.
8 Full weeks of the Boston Symphony supplemented before and after the classical season with popular artists such as James Taylorwho returns for two performances on the July 4 weekend.
In its fourth year at the Colonial, Mary Verdi and her merrymakers have planned an all-star lineup of music, dance and festivity to put you in the holiday spirit.
L’Ensemble is no ordinary chamber ensemble, taking up residence at the new Oldcastle Theatre at 331 Main Street, Bennington VT , for three concerts beginning November 23rd.
Formed in 1988, Three Dog Night performs November 22 at the Colonial with four original members.
It’s a bit like the “Alice in Wonderland” of the opera genre since it doesn’t make sense as a modern work unless you approach it as you would a Lewis Carroll tale. Wordplay and musical novelty – play hide and seek with your logic and imagination.
Great family savings on an event the kids just adore at Symphony Hall with live music and cartoon characters.
Unquestionably experimental, Javelin hits the stage in MASS MoCA’s Club B-10 on Saturday, November 9, at 8pm.
The last of the singing cowboys, Don Edwards croons the tunes of a lost way of life on November 8 at Mass MoCA.
Awards, applause and admiration have all accrued to Gordon Lightfoot over a luminous career that has not yet slowed down.
Smells like team sprit as a World Series Orchestral Showdown is captured on Video for today’s opening game.
October 26-27 sees the return of a Berkshire treat, Ted Concepcion and Melissa Campbell with a musical fun-raiser at and for the Colonial Theatre. On stage will be 17 performers, with musical direction from David Pickard and a live nine-piece live band including a great horn section.
Special guests on the program are the South Hadley Children’s Chorus: West Choir directed by Catharine Melhorn, and the Hampshire Young People’s Chorus Concert Choir directed by K.C. Conlan.
Fresh Grass has grown by a factor of ten since it began, and planning for September 19-21, 2014 is underway.