“Boys.” a dance about brothers, “Waterfront” from the film with a score by Leonard Bernstein, and “Panic” a completely new creation by Larry Kegwin are the highlights of this special visit to Mass MoCA.
Sex Mob quartet puts the fun back in jazz on April 4 at Mass MoCA by re-imagining the music for silent films in a lively jazz idiom. Fellini would applaud their creations.
An intimate evening of poetry and music becomes hypnotic as our clips of the amazing Carl Hancock Rux amply demonstrate.
Zammuto’s zany sound is bolstered by impeccable musicianship that incorporates keyboard, vocals, and strings – and accompanied by self-styled auteur video shows like the one in our preview of his March 21 show at Mass MoCA.
A fond farewell to Leonard Nimoy whose accomplishments went further than Star Trek. He will be remembered for his work in Holocaust remembrance, the arts and the environment.
Twelve dancers will join the composer, designer and choreographer for three intimate work-in-progress performances in the Hunter Center of Mass MoCA.
Funky, kinetic and dance inducing, Brooklyn’s Legs is two pairs of brothers and a pal who will be having fun together on Feb 14.