- Arts + Culture
A step into politics by Russian violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov has drawn protests and a boycott for his stop at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre.
The start of a yearlong test of late-night T service starts Friday, giving partygoers and bar-hoppers longer-than-usual waits for trains with no entertainment.
Vessela Stoyanova, co-founder of Fluttr Effect, Goli and Bury Me Standing, gets a birthday party Friday that’s as eclectic as her musical tastes and talents.
The essence of Revels is “songs and stories passed down through the generations,” but a Revels Fringe series is looking at what’s redefining the essential.
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? and Erich Haygun combine forces Friday for an evening of “queerformance” at Club Passim.
Young musicians with an eye on Berklee next fall have a little more pressure when they audition. Not only is getting in at stake, but a scholarship for four years of full tuition, room and board.
“Heart to Heart” promises Broadway, jazz, rock and folk music by Renée Saindon, LeLaina Romero, Mykal Slack, David Ruffin and Melsen Carlsen.
On the cusp of his 19th birthday, Melz – the Riverside rapper born Jahmel McClamy and graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School – has released his third full-length mixtape, “2 Explicit.”
With the release of sophomore album “In Roses” coming Jan. 28, there’s lots of stuff going on with Somerville’s lustrous but melancholy Gem Club. Start with the posting of another song.
If “NCIS” and “Dads” doesn’t really count as destination viewing for you, maybe you need an actual destination Tuesday. Try the St. Peter’s Episcopal concert ceries with classical music and Open Mic Opera.