Fresh Grass has grown by a factor of ten since it began, and planning for September 19-21, 2014 is underway.
3rd Thursdays 2013 goes out with both cheers for its success, and not-too-scary Halloween costumes and fun.
Fresh new artists, legendary jazz families and music from the many branches of jazz highlight a week’s celebration in the Berkshires.
Lots going on at the Williams College ’62 Center, but the best bet is Oct. 24 arrival of The Tiger Lilies who are off in a new direction with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner project.
The Mahaiwe’s programming is always a pleasant surprise, and Bela Fleck is typical of the fresh, yet classic artists they host.
On october 23, Grammy winner Lyle Lovett teams up with singer-songwriter John Hyatt for a memorable evening of great music.
The new season of Met telecasts begins with Tchcaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”.
There’s no better place to hear great music from groups like Plume Giant (on left) than at Mass MoCA’s Club B-10.
Begun in 2011, Made in the Berkshires returns again with a full program of music, theatre,literature and dance. Seen here: the Wanda Houston Band..
Mass MoCA and North Adams welcomed thousands who ventured to the FreshGrass Festival for a stompin’ good time.
A diverse array of performances grace the Berkshire Theatre Group’s Fall 2013 programming.
Bluegrass lovers are headed to North Adams to hear up-and-coming bluegrass bands side by side with the great masters on three stages at Mass Moca from September 20-22, 2013.
“In Love and Take Out” is a story that’s told in song by Michele Brourman at Mr. Finn;s intimate Cabaret.
It’s been a slow but steady journey since its 2010 Williamstown Theatre Festival debut, but The Last Goodbye opens the Old Globe’s 2013-14 Season this fall in San Diego and word is it has Broadway producers aboard.
Melissa Manchester up close and personal at Club Helsinki.
Daniel Lopatin, whose recording name is Oneohtrix Point Never deals in electronic music that is a hypnotic mix of both the visual and the musical.
William Finn hosts this 8th Annual celebration of emerging Broadway talents and their latest songs.
With concerts Labor Day Weekend and September 8, the music hasn’t stopped yet.
DIssolving the line between musical theatre and grand opera is the Hubbard Hall Opera Theatre with a delightful “Barber of Seville.”
Arabic music has a distinctive sound and those who come early will be able to learn about Arabic music and its instruments in a pre-concert talk.
The evening features Xavier Cano (in photo,) with cabaret favorite and Iconis family member Molly Hager, with Alyse Alan Louis in her BSC debut.
The most spectacular day of the year at Tanglewood is great for families, too.
Engaging, then riveting, this is a sad story of great depth and beauty. Bonus: Q&A with the composer.
A piccolo concerto and double bass quartet were among the wonders of BOAC’s 12th Musical Marathon at Mass MoCA
Tanglewood’s August schedule shows the diversity that a true music festival can muster, from the classics to the cutting edge.
Just 30 minutes from Tanglewood, Music Mountain has been delighting Berkshire visitors with both chamber music and more down-home offerings from Jazz and Big Band to Country.
This band of crazy cows (that’s what “Mucca Pazza” means) will torment North Adams with its whacky blend of music and zany performances.
Seen here the Miro String Quartet appears at Music Mountain.
30 minutes from Tanglewood, Music Mountain offers the Amernet String Quartet, Alexander Platt, Peter Askim, and Ronald Leonard
Edo de Waart (in photo) will lead this Friday’s all-Mozart, , Carlo Montanaro the Saturday Verdi Requiem and Ludovic Morlot the Sunday Dvorak/Prokofiev conducting duties.
A nasty clash with a door has rendered conductor Andris Nelsons unable to lead the Verdi Requiem this week.
Merging classical music with dramatic storytelling, Shakespeare & Co hosts the Ensemble for the Romantic Century and its tale of Tchaikovsky and Madame von Meck.