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Katherine Mitchell Dirico's exhibition "Data Sets," on view through Feb. 4 at Montserrat College's Schlosberg Gallery, wants you to think about data, implies data, and establishes an aesthetic around data — all without... [Read More]
You hear them clearly enough, but even the most avid symphony-goer would have a hard time recognizing them. While the brass instruments might be the loudest in the orchestra, the players who sit... [Read More]
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Popular public radio host Brian O'Donovan's show explores the connections between Celtic music and its cousins in Canada. [Read More]
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"Re//Woven" runs through Dec. 17 at Montserrat; "State of the Union" runs through Dec. 14 at Salem State; "William Merritt Chase" runs through Jan. 16 at the Museum of Fine Arts. [Read More]
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Sometimes musical performances are not all good, and not all bad. There was plenty of both on display Saturday evening in the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, as the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra continued... [Read More]
Sometimes musical performances are not all good, and not all bad. There was plenty of both on display Saturday evening in the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, as the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra continued... [Read More]
 If you go...WHAT: Borromeo String QuartetWHERE: Phillips Recital Hall, Gordon College, 255 Grapevine Road, WenhamWHEN: Friday, Nov. 18, 8 p.m.TICKETS: $20. Seniors $15. Students $10. Under 12 free. Visit www.gordon.edu/recitalseries or call 978-867-4085. It's... [Read More]
Counter-Productions Theater Company stages sci-fi stories from 1950s radio drama... [Read More]
"I think we underestimate the time it takes a composer to write a piece," says violinist Rose Drucker of the Arneis Quartet. She's talking about composer John H. Wallace, whose quartet "pale reflections"... [Read More]
Some things take time to warm up. But when they do, they can get really hot.It happened at the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra concert Saturday evening at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center. Early... [Read More]
  If you go...WHAT:The Magic of William Meyerowitz (Endicott College)Happy Birthday, DADA (Salem State University)WHERE:Meyerowitz: Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery, Manninen Center for the Arts, 376 Hale St., BeverlyDADA: Winfisky Gallery, Elli son Campus Center,... [Read More]
Politics doesn't need to be current to be easily lampooned.Take Marc Blitzstein's darkly comic musical, 1937's "A Cradle Will Rock." The mock-serious tale of a small-town strong man out to bust a union,... [Read More]
Head Trick Theatre's revival of 1937 musical "The Cradle Will Rock" sings out its truths without a hint of being dated. [Read More]
It's a rare group show that not only seems like a cohesive exhibition, but also offers more than just a glance at an artist's work. The New England Biennial 2016, on view now... [Read More]
The 1937 musical, part of the government-sponsored Federal Theatre Project, has a legendary history. [Read More]
Don't tell Christopher James Lees that he's entered into some beauty contest."It's more like speed dating," he says, "with every other member of the family watching through a two-way mirror."He joking, of course,... [Read More]
Following a spate of museum renovations in the Boston area - in the past few decades the Museum of Fine Arts, the Peabody Essex, the Gardner, the Harvard Art Museums, the Worcester Art... [Read More]
Shakespeare's premises remain useful. Especially when they get turned upside down.Like in Paula Vogel's "Desdemona: A Play About A Handkerchief," onstage through Oct. 15 at the Burbage Theatre Company's home in Aurora Providence.Vogel's... [Read More]
Paula Vogel's "Desdemona: a play about a handkerchief" turns Shakespeare upside down. [Read More]
Has it really been five years? In March 2011 a young Latvian conductor stepped in for the ailing James Levine at Carnegie Hall, leading the Boston Symphony Orchestra for the first time in... [Read More]
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