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Cantata Singers celebrates the holiday season with two opportunities to hear “A Cantata Singers Christmas”— on Friday, December 7th, and on Sunday, December 9th, both at First Lutheran Church in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay. More
In this concert La Donna Musicale (historical women composers) and Rumbarroco (Latin–Baroque Fusion) ensembles join forces to perform musical passages that create unexpected journeys through time, full of coincidences and surprises. More
The ILLUMINUS Festival is celebrating its third year this weekend, featuring Boston’s artists, designers, performers, and creative technologists coverage to showcase their most thoughtful innovative, and imaginative works. More
New BostonAPP/Lab Workshop: Art+Design for Accessibility in Public Spaces
The planning now underway to restore the Charlesgate Park as the critical link in Frederick Law Olmsted’s single park system. More
Composer Hector Berlioz proclaimed “Gounod is at his best!” in the opéra comique Le médecin malgré lui (The Doctor in Spite of Himself). In it, a drunken woodcutter plays physician. What could go wrong? More