Join Boston Baroque and GBH Music on September 28 for conversation and musical interludes celebrating Boston Baroque's 50th Anniversary season, featuring Founding Music Director Martin Pearlman, GBH Music's Anthony Rudel, concertmaster Christina Day Martinson, and soprano Susanna Phillips.
El Puerto Rico
Gabriel Bouche Caro contemplates the implications of Puerto Rico's "neither here nor there" political status, and what options its people have for the future.
The poetry of Julia de Burgos inspired Tony Solitro's joyous song without words
From NPR Music
The Pulitzer-winning, MacArthur "genius" co-founder of Bang on a Can looks for the grit in music, whether she's writing a string quartet or one of her history-based oratorios.
Vogt died "surrounded by his family after a battle with cancer," according to a statement from his representatives.
In the opening to the 2022-23 Season, Andris Nelsons leads the Boston Symphony and the Lorelei Ensemble in Gustav Holst’s sweeping "The Planets," and Awadagin Pratt makes his BSO debut with a concerto by J.S. Bach and Jessie Montgomery’s "Rounds," on demand.
The Miami-based orchestra celebrates the artistic explosion emanating from 1920s New York, with music and poetry inspired by the Harlem Renaissance.
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