music

Erik Lindgren and the Bespoke Consort-in concert

Erik Lindgren and the Bespoke Consort will present an invigorating concert of crossover chamber music-sans-boundaries including neo-Baroque escapades, Impressionistic tone poems, original tangos, quirky Musical Novelties, Alberto Ginastera’s Estancia ballet suite, plus rollicking arrangements of Erik Satie, Leroy Anderson, and Birdsongs of the Mesozoic chestnuts. A pleasant and uplifting time is guaranteed for all!   Thomasine Berg-flute Vessela Stoyanova-Marimba Lumina Valerie Thompson-cello […]


Aer O’Naut Presents: For the Love of Ireland

It’s Boston’s favorite time of year – St. Patrick’s Day is on the rolling green horizon and Aer O’Naut is ready to celebrate with you! What do we have prepared for you? ??Live Irish Music All Weekend: Lidia Chang’s Traditional Irish Trio ??Screening of the Ireland vs. Wales Rugby match (Saturday afternoon) ??Stellar beers: Get […]


Happy Boz’ll and Melissa Weikart at Third Life Studios

Borrowing from the musical languages from the bayou, the blues and the countryside of Eastern Europe, Happy Boz’ll traverses many landscapes. Featuring Kit Buckley on reeds, Kirsten Lamb on Bass, Ian Goldstein on Mandolin and Michael McLaughlin on Accordion. Melissa Weikart on voice and piano will be presenting a set of old and new songs. […]


Alice Phoebe Lou

Alice Phoebe Lou first traversed Europe in 2010, at the age of 16. Inspired by street artists, she began performing as a fire dancer before eventually turning to music. She relocated to Berlin in 2013 and began to develop a devoted following of fans, supporters and collaborators. She soon self-released her first body of work, […]



The Brook & The Bluff

Established in Birmingham, AL, The Brook & The Bluff is a four-man band that consists of frontman Joseph Settine, drummer John Canada, guitarist Alec Bolton and bassist Fred Lankford. The guys have quickly become recognized for their evocative blend of instrumental talent and vocal harmony. These elements are readily apparent in the band’s debut track, […]


Jean-Michel Blais

Dans ma main, the sophomore release by pianist and composer Jean-Michel Blais, is an expansive album of post-classical piano with strands of electronic detail. Blending his conservatory skill and precise pop sensibility with synthetic accompaniment, Blais creates unique environments where the piano’s intimacy can be subtly disrupted at any time. Largely composed in one week […]


Will Evans & Rising Tide (from Barefoot Truth)

Will Evans has spent the past decade as the front man for the roots/rock outfit Barefoot Truth. He recorded four full-length albums and several EPs of his original music with the band. Barefoot Truth’s release, Carry Us On, debuted at no. 10 on the iTunes Rock Chart, and the band has surpassed 20 million plays on Spotify. […]


Bailen / Cypress

When they’re not touring with jazz virtuoso Raul Midón, or starring on London’s West End in the hit show Close to You; Bacharach Reimagined, 25-year-old twins Daniel (Bass) and David Bailen (Drums) are playing and singing in three part harmony with their 19-year-old sister Julia (Guitar), in their band BAILEN. Childhood friend Pierre Piscitelli (Keyboards) […]


8th Annual Dia de los Muertos Block party at Taza Chocolate!

Calling all Calaveras and friends!!! Join us at the factory on Saturday, October 27th from 12-5 PM for our favorite party of the year!! We are taking over the block once more with food, music, face painting and frolic for all ages! In addition to free samples of our hot chocolate along with other stone […]


Tomberlin

On her deeply moving debut album At Weddings, Sarah Beth Tomberlin writes with the clarity and wisdom of an artist well beyond her years. Like Julien Baker and Sufjan Stevens, she has a knack for transforming the personal into parable. Like Grouper, she has a feel for the transcendent within the ordinary. Born in Jacksonville, […]


Palaver Strings: Sing to the Moon

Palaver Strings presents an evening of classical music and spoken word connected. Inspired by Laura Mvula’s song “Sing to the Moon,” this program deals with mental health issues both among musicians and in the world at large. Palaver will perform well-known works by composers who struggled with mental health, including Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, and Rachmaninoff, along- […]