More than just musicians, as Joseph Shabalala says: “We are teachers. spreading our message of peace, love, and harmony. What could be better or more important than that.”
With a whole mess of swampy, southern-stomp blues in tow, Steve Earle returns to deliver his unique blend of rock, folk, and country at Mass MoCA on Feb. 7 .
Since 1991, Ellen Sinopoli has created over 70 dances and has collaborated with over 25 artists of distinct genres and backgrounds. Her newest premiere will feature live music by Classical Indian composer Devesh Chandra.
With developing careers in musical theatre, this original short film makes a very impressive calling card.
A community art project inspired by Lee Boroson’s Plastic Fantastic fills MASS MoCA’s biggest gallery, while kids will love stories in front of Sol LeWitt’s Loopy Doopy.
Barrington Stage sets a high bar for entry into its summer Youth Theatre musical, but provides those chosen with great training and master classes and even pays a modest stipend.
Spanish for “black ice cream,” Helado Negro’s style is at once primal and sophisticated, characterized by layers of ethereal Latin rhythms and contemporary beats.