With a full orchestra in the pit, fabulous singers and top notch production values on stage, opera will return to the Berkshires this summer with Puccini’s much loved Madama Butterfly at the Colonial Theatre. We talk with the impresarios.
The band delivers catchy songs and tunes, some taken from the Québec traditional folk repertoire while others are original compositions. The group has a rich and varied instrumentation, well-polished musical arrangements, and wonderful vocals.
Based in the Berkshires, Miss B. Haven has been working together for over 20 years, singing tunes from the ’20s to the present, with three-part harmonies reminiscent of The Andrews Sisters, The McGuire Sisters and The King Sisters.
Bella’s Bartok are music-making extra-ordinaries from Northampton, MA. This six-piece powerhouse melds Bohemian Klezmer-Punk with pop sensibilities into an eminently danceable party with DJ BFG on April 16.
John Mayall reaches a creative pinnacle with, in his opinion, the best band he’s ever had with Rocky Athas on guitar, Jay Davenport on drums and Greg Rzab on bass.
Even as plans for extensive renovations for new dining and social spaces for Emerson were revealed, a task force is now at work to renew, renovate, upgrade and book more shows into its Colonial Theatre.
Marx remains a popular artist and entertainer – he belongs to the exclusive club of singer-songwriters who have had a number one hit in each of the last 4 decades