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.
Reagle gets the rights to Les Miz,and the star-power to match in Ivan Rutherford, and we have a half price ticket offer.
30 minutes from Tanglewood, Music Mountain offers the Amernet String Quartet, Alexander Platt, Peter Askim, and Ronald Leonard
Gail Burns reviews The Taffetas who may have predated The Plaids by a couple of years.
Williamstown Theatre Festival hits another one out of the park with the musical, Johnny Baseball.
Gail Burns reminds us that that what makes this musical unique is not the subject matter, but the way this unusual story is told. Read on.
More celebrated for her flamboyant personality and uncensored proclamations about her sexual appetite than for her artistry the great Tallulah still makes an impact.
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.
The new production’s journey to Broadway begins in Willilamstown August 1-18 and arrives in New York January 13.
Here’s a play that “mixes terror and comedy, convention and surprise,” says its director, Ethan Heard.