Coming up July 4 weekend, and almost sold out. Read more about her return to the Berks.
New works by four regional composers will be featured at Kara Cornell’s July 12 concert at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Albany.
The exclusive Pillow program brings together the diverse styles of Brooklyn-based crew Decadancetheatre, b-girl Ephrat “Bounce” Asherie, freestyle and pop ‘n’ lock duo The Wondertwins, plus the musical stylings of DJ Boo.
The 80–year old Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos has signaled an immediate end to his conducting career, including upcoming performances at Tanglewood and Symphony Hall.
Tanglewood has a season-long focus on American music, with a special emphasis on works by former/current Tanglewood Music Center Composition Fellows and works by women composers.
Six spanking new plays announced for the Fridays @3 Series, casting additions and changes, plus those cheeky Skivvies strip pop music down to its basics.
Whether your taste runs to Broadway or Benny Goodman, the intimate Mr. Finn’s is where the talent is spirited and the lights are down low.
News and tidbits about upcoming events you probably won’t read anywhere else.
Joe Thompson says to expect a rollicking dance party with lots of friends and family returning to MASS MoCA, interesting food trucks and newly concocted drinks, a few surprises, and excellent art and music.
From Western Swing May 30 at Helsinki Hudson, and then Williamstown Theatre Festival’s Fool for Love beginning July 24, Lauren Ambrose will showcase her multiple talents here.
An Encore of Medea and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime is scheduled from London’s National Theatre Live, as well as a new Alan Ayckbourn play, A Small Family Business.
Lovers of comedy in music will adore Professor Peter Schickele’s imaginary P.D.Q. Bach a composer who sometimes wrote his music when sober, and was Pretty Damn Quick about it too.