An artist of uncompromising integrity, Korean pianist Yong Hi Moon has played the complete Mozart piano concertos and Schubert piano sonatas, in a distinguished career that has taken her to the Seoul and Tokyo philharmonics and all the major venues of Asia.
Come savor musical AND culinary delights at the final event of our 43rd season. You will learn the latest research about the connection between musical listening and taste sensation from neuroscientist Psyche Loui, and after each musical work is performed, you will be served culinary “bites” specially created by chef/gastronomist Jennifer Wu that correspond to […]
With her new album, Starfire, Caitlyn Smith has created a true portrait of an artist as a young woman, full of insightful observations, personal revelation, and commitment to craft. “Each song is a little snapshot of something I picked up along the way,” says Smith. Powerful and nuanced, the record marks the arrival of a […]
A Voice For Everyone highlights the beauty and importance of individual expression integrated within the unified sound of a full string orchestra. Ian Gottlieb’s concerto grosso, ‘Even,’ written for Palaver Strings, expands the boundaries of the string orchestra medium, interweaving unity and individuality in a fabric of divergent yet complementary solo lines. Even will be […]
Gifted with a head-turning voice, effortless beauty and a drive for unflinching authenticity, Ingrid Elizabeth is a country singer-songwriter who splits time between Nashville and Los Angeles. With the release of her debut single, “The Stranger,” the Colorado native follows in the footsteps of country’s boldest truth tellers. Raised on the road, Andress and her […]
The concert will feature selected student-led ensembles that represent the best rock/pop guitarists at Berklee. Many students consider being chosen for this performance to be one of their highest personal achievements. This year, the concert includes a wide variety of styles in the rock and pop genres.
The Voice of the Cello: Music by Bach, Harbison, Hovhaness and Cassadó. Third Life Studio: 33 Union Street, Somerville, MA Cellist Kate Kayaian is known for her stunning artistry and for her passion for collaboration. She maintains a rigorous schedule balancing her solo and chamber music performances with her teaching and conducting positions and […]
Reagan Esther Myer is a multimedia narrative told through live music, video, and theater to tell a dystopian story. In a post-WW3 world, we meet Reagan, a government employee living in an abandoned shopping mall on a deserted island making DIY survivalist videos for a struggling world. Like most people who survived Impact, she has […]
Join us for an inspired, unusual evening of music and ecopoetry with Dino Annex accordionist Katherine V. Matasy, violist Anne Black, and Grub Street’s prize-winning poet Allison Adair. This event harnesses the power of artistic expression to call attention to the environmental and ecological issues affecting us today. You will have a chance to hear […]
The Band Camino is an alternative/indie band with a loyal following in its hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, as well as an expanding online listener base in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. “The Black and White” reached no. 36 on the Spotify US Viral 50, and some of the group’s other songs […]
Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe presents a concert on Saturday November 4 with Dedham folk singer/songwriter Tom Smith, Providence singer/songwriter Joanne Lurgio, and Wakefield singer/songwriter Kirsten Manville. The concert will feature a solo set by each artist, followed by a round robin song swap. The show begins at 7:30 pm with an open […]
ROCKERZINE.com PRESENTS: ROCK AND ROLL TACOS AND TRIVIA with Erin and Brett Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm This event is FREE! The Return of Rockerzine’s Rock and Roll Trivia with Erin and Brett in conjunction with Taco Mondays at ONCE Somerville! Put on yer rock n’ roll thinking cap and test your knowledge of popular […]