Cambridge’s two entrants into the WGBH “Sing That Thing!” television program made it to the semifinals but ultimately lost the overall prize to the Boston Arts Academy Spirituals Ensemble, as revealed in tonight’s airing of the series’ first-season finale.
“Becoming Undone” by Zoe Dance; “Alchemy: Old Metal = New Form” group art show; five-band, 18-plus rock show; Roman Polanski’s “Repulsion”; and Andrew Mayer comedy CD recording.
CRLS DanceWorks show; four-poet reading at the Grolier; Dar Williams with Lucy Wainwright Roche perform; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra performs “The New World”; and the 19th Annual Mystic River Herring Run and Paddle.
A first – and free – family disco is coming Sunday, but because this is Cambridge there’s more than mirrored balls and 1970s-era samples and spins to be found at The Middle East Downstairs.
First-Ever Street Performer Festival, all-ages Spring Fair and rummage sale, Seventh Annual Citywide Cambridge Arts Open Studios, “Free Verse” public writing event and “Weird, Fantastic, & Sublime” storytelling.
For music that makes you feel like royalty, spend Friday with the Masterworks Chorale and help celebrate its 75th anniversary.
Will there be room on stage at The Sinclair for Casey Crescenzo, the rest of his Dear Hunter band, a string quartet and Crescenzo’s ambitions?
Passim staff said Hogan had been focused on the long-term sustainability of the Harvard Square mainstay, where roots as a nightclub date back to its opening as a jazz venue in 1958
People who love to sing (and ideally do it well) should know there are a few slots left for adults to audition for this year’s “Christmas Revels” show at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre, and many more slots available for kids.
Independent Bookstore Day; OnStage Arts Marathon; Prometheus Dance Elders Ensemble 10th Anniversary; “Slut: The Play”; and video game bands The World Is Square and Videri String Quartet with You Bred Raptors?