Today’s popular music has a long and interesting history rooted in the rhythms of African culture.
When Hitler came to power, as many as 30,000 artists and intellectuals fled Germany for America.
When you think of seeing Hello Dolly, you automatically think about who is playing the lead. The Cohoes Music Hall has cast the dynamic Monical M.Wemitt as Dolly. Who could ask for anything more.
Punchy, stomping, slow and shuffle blues are sure to delight at the Colonial as Albert Cummings shows the range this Berkshire based artist has developed over the years.
The UK Sensation Laura Marling will appear at MASS MoCA as part of her Working Holiday Solo Tour this month.
A fresh play and strong cast explores the politics of making music in a repressive culture.
Mid 2013 has been set for the initial, part time return of James Levine to the Metropolitan Opera following his period of recovery.
The intensity of Benito Gonzalez’s keyboard inventions envelops the listener in a jazz sound cloud.
Strange things are happening in Pittsfield this week, beginning with Zombies….
Gayby, a hilarious film about an odd couple is opening this week, filled with actors familar to the Berkshires.
Sometimes reading a chilling tale can be more dramatic than seeing it on film.
Our resident filmmakers unspool their latest works for you to see and enjoy.