Presented by Lesley University at Lesley University
Lesley University invites the public to a free virtual lecture with 2021 MacArthur Foundation ‘genius’ grant winner Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood.
Presented by Cinema Salem at Cinema Salem
Deathdream is the first in a monthly series called "Horrorgorical," which showcases horror films that serve as allegories for social and political issues.
Presented by New Art Center at New Art Center
Join us for an hour long discussion lead by local artist Julie Beck in the beautiful Main Gallery of the New Art Center. After the talk, stay for a figure drawing session with a model, light snacks, and drinks for 21+.
Presented by Now + There at Boston Common
In celebration of the Friends of the Public Garden’s 50th anniversary in Boston, famed public artist Janet Zweig will unveil a large, participatory public sculpture.
Presented by Lexington Arts and Crafts Society at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
Presented by ArtsArlington.org at Menotomy Rocks Park
Fall Celebration and Community Gathering on Saturday, October 23, 2-3 pm (rain date: Oct 24)
Presented by Peter DiMuro / Public Displays of Motion and The Front Porch Arts Collective and The History Project at Arts at the Armory
Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion along with 150+ voices involved are thrilled to bring the project to life in the spacious Main Hall of the Center for the Arts at the Armory October 23 & 23, 2021.
Presented by The Guild of Boston Artists at The Guild of Boston Artists
The Guild of Boston Artists is proud to present “Ralph S. Jacobs: Recent Works.”
Presented by Atlantic Works Gallery at Atlantic Works Gallery
Humans affects nature/ocean. This art exhibit interprets the effects of humans on our environment from the microscopic to the macroscopic.
Presented by Boston Baroque at GBH Calderwood Studio
Extraordinary. Lustrous. Bright.
Presented by Melrose Arts at Main Street
Stroll Downtown Melrose and see the work of Local Artists!
Presented by Piano Craft Gallery at Piano Craft Gallery
The Piano Craft Gallery proudly presents “Legacy: A Continuous Thread” - Theresa-India Young and Contemporary Fiber Artists. Opening Reception on Friday, October 15 from 6-9PM.
Presented by Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) at Mills Gallery at the BCA
"Catalina Schliebener: Growing Sideways," curated by John Chaich, is a careful yet playful intersection of collaged images that creates a disjointed narrative exploring gender formation and erotic curiosity, and on view through October 24, 2021.
Presented by Griffin Museum of Photography at Griffin Museum of Photography
Watching the Ice Melt is a body of work utilizing cameraless abstraction, found and archival imagery, and video to address issues of climate change through themes of glacial ice melt, memory, and loss.
Presented by McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College at Online/Virtual Space
Into the Collection offers visitors an opportunity to view and learn more about objects from the McMullen Museum’s permanent collection rarely on display.
Presented by Fitchburg Art Museum at Online/Virtual Space
Join world-renowned photographer Abelardo Morell for a virtual discussion of his inspirations and techniques featured in his exhibition, Abelardo Morell: Projecting Italy.
Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts at Faye G., Jo, and James Stone Gallery
In this new series of work, artist Steve Locke brings color theory to his ongoing dialogue on images of racial exploitation in American history.
Presented by Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Visiting Curator of Performing Arts Helga Davis has invited some of her favorite performers to respond to questions of agency and representation in Titian's extraordinary paintings.
The Annual Josephine von Henneberg Lecture in Italian Artwith Director of the Center for Renaissance Studies Dr. Lia Markey
Presented by Brandeis University Women's Studies Research Center at Kniznick Gallery at the Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University
Marla McLeod’s exhibition “We the People (Our Love Will See Us Through)” juxtaposes larger-than-life portrait painting with handmade textiles and garments, which explore the false and pervasive narratives surrounding Black bodies.
Presented by ArtsArlington.org at Edith M Fox Library
Presented by Arts Wayland Foundation, INC at Arts Wayland and the W Gallery
A Juried Exhibit on display at The W Gallery of Wayland from Oct. 4th through Oct. 30th
Presented by Gallery 263 at Gallery 263
"Cookout," a solo exhibition by Zach Horn that contemplates the artist’s spiritual relationship with food, is on view at Gallery 263 until October 30.
Presented by North Shore Arts Association at North Shore Arts Association
Presented by Boston Sculptors Gallery at Boston Sculptors Gallery
An interactive installation featuring organic and manufactured objects, bouncy balls, as well as an old-school pink television, invites viewers to participate.
Presented by The Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Artist Studios
The Loading Dock Gallery becomes a place of contemplation with its October show, Mandalas, presented in conjunction with Lowell’s Poetry Convergence, featuring winners of the annual New England Regional competition, juried by Anne Plaisance.
Liz Shepherd gives us an installation remembering the "Ungathered" Thanksgiving of last year. Ed Andrews "Transplant" refers to his stem cell treatments in sculptural patterning.
Presented by Laconia Gallery at Laconia Gallery
Presented by MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) at Online/Virtual Space
Virtual Lecture hosted by the MassArt Art Museum examing slavery’s enduring modern legacy.
Presented by Harvard Art Museums at Harvard Art Museums
Online event, free and open to everyone. Registration required.
Curator Elizabeth Thompson Goizueta will present a hour-long crash course in the history of Cuban abstraction for Museum Members.
Join us for an hour long discussion lead by local artist Cicely Carew in the beautiful Main Gallery of the New Art Center. After the talk, stay for a figure drawing session with a model, light snacks, and drinks for 21+.
Presented by SOWA Artists Guild at SOWA Artists Guild
The SoWa Artists Guild is thrilled to welcome you back. Artists will open for First Fridays and Second Sundays all year long.
Presented by The Cabot at The Cabot
Ted Reed debuts his historic documentary “Blues Trail Revisited” followed by an All-Star Blues Review!
A panel discussion with some of our women artists discussing their work and the importance of being a women artist.
Presented by Childs Gallery at Childs Gallery
Closet to Quarantine: Queer Art Then and Now connects past and present artistic expressions of queer experience.
The McMullen has invited Jill Deupi, Silvia Karman Cubiñá, and Jordana Pomeroy to participate in a panel examining examine the effects of Latin American and Caribbean migration on museums, their collections, and their audiences in South Florida.
Andrew Fish returns to Childs Gallery for his second solo exhibition, Retro Pictures, on view September 9 through November 13, 2021.
Presented by Smith College Museum of Art at Online/Virtual Space
A series of conversations in which a curator and experts discuss artwork from the collection.
Learn about the creation of Arthur Goldberg’s, Eva Herndon’s, and Jennifer Irvine’s art collections. This virtual discussion is in honor of our two exhibitions of New England collections and is presented in collaboration with ArtsWorcester.
Join the Gardner's Curtor of the Collection, Nathaniel Silver to explore the artist, his commissions for King Philip II, and their pivotal place in the history of Western European painting.
Presented by Lesley University at Online/Virtual Space
Award-winning theater maker/puppet artist Nick Lehane will speak about the rich, enigmatic world of puppetry.
Presented by Boston Ujima Project at Virtual
This will be an opportunity for artists, creatives, and cultural organizers to come together to set collective priorities and develop practices for shared political power and economic development in Boston.
Join us for a hilarious Boston Comedy Blowout with some of Boston’s best comedians at The Cabot Theater presented by John Tobin Presents.
Presented by Hess Gallery at Pine Manor College at Hess Gallery at Pine Manor College
Visit Nora Valdez’s new solo exhibition, FRAGMENTS, at Hess Gallery at Pine Manor College from Sept. 20th through Nov. 20th with the Artists’ Reception & Talk on Sunday, October 17th from 2-5pm.
Presented by Boston Jewish Film at Virtual
Sisters of the Brush and Palette: Women Artists of the Guild is a special exhibition and the first of its kind in the Guild's history dedicated to the impressive talents of its contemporary female membership.
CLASSIC ROCK BAND AMERICA CONTINUES TO FIND NEW DEVOTEES WITH EVERY PASSING DECADE WITH HITS LIKE “HORSE WITH NO NAME,” “SISTER GOLDEN HAIR,” “VENTURA HIGHWAY,” AND “LONELY PEOPLE.”
Presented by ReachArts at ReachArts
"Unfinished" is a two-part gallery exhibit at ReachArts featuring art by Carolyn Shasha and Tereza Swanda.
Presented by ArtsArlington.org at Robbins Library
“Go Out Doors” public art exhibition featuring upcycled, artist-decorated doors expands throughout town and the region
Using traditional and contemporary mediums and techniques, Cuadra draws strength from her Peruvian roots to transcend barriers.
Presented by McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College at McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College
The first major exhibition on Cuban artist Mariano Rodríguez (1912–90) in the United States, this retrospective features over 140 oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings from leading museum and private collections.
Beginning on Sunday, September 26, the McMullen Museum will offer free docent tours every Sunday of Mariano: Variations on a Theme | Variaciones sobre un tema from 2:00 to 3:00 pm.
Who is Backyard Youth Theatre? What is a creative theatre arts workshop? DATES: Six Tuesdays: October 26-December 7 (NOTE: No rehearsal on November 16)
Presented by Cambridge Art Association at The Charles River Speedway Gallery
Celebrate an annual Cambridge Art Association tradition! Our Holiday Small Works Sale is your chance to purchase one-of-a-kind works by emerging and established artists for just $100!
Join Artists-in-Residence Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley for a screening of a selection of their past and current films.
Presented by Portman-Fenway Gallery at Portman-Fenway Gallery
In this Watercolor Painting Class we'll be covering beginner and intermediate skills! Composition, brush handling, color mixing and more!...
Presented by THE HIDDEN ART GALLERY at The Hidden Art Gallery
It’s That Wonderful Time of the year! The Hidden Art Gallery Celebrating Its 10th year Anniversary!! The gallery has a huge art collection and is now exhibiting a brand new collection of artworks.
Presented by Festival Ballet Providence at Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Festival Ballet Providence presents The Nutcracker. Brand New Production!
Presented by The Copley Society of Art, Co|So at Copley Society of Art
Annual Holiday Small Works Art Exhibition
Presented by Society of Arts and Crafts at Online/Virtual Space
CraftBoston Holiday Online features the most outstanding artists of our time, showcasing one-of-a-kind and limited-edition craft in all media.
Presented by The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
Enjoy one of Harold Lloyd’s most popular films, featuring romance, drama and, most of all, comedy.
Visit Arlington’s newest public art exhibits by ACAC's Artist-in-Residence Nilou Moochhala.
at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Presented by ArtsArlington.org at Jason Russell House
Public art installation by Boston sculptor Leslie Wilcox on the grounds of the historic Jason Russell House in Arlington Cultural District
Presented by ArtsArlington.org and Robbins Library at Spy Pond Field
Collaborative Community "Plarn" Sculpture Installation Led by Arlington's First Artist-in-Residence, Michelle Lougee
Presented by Gallery 67 at Gallery 67
Abstract Oil Painter Matthias Lupri will be presenting a solo show at Gallery 67
Presented by Fort Point Arts Community at The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf
Connecting Boston's businesses with local art & artists
Presented by Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross at Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross
Widely recognized as one of the more important artists of the 20thcentury, Elizabeth Catlett (1915 – 2012) was a printmaker and sculptor whose career spanned more than 6 decades.
Presented by Rose Art Museum at Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University
"Frida Kahlo: POSE" is a focused exhibition organized in five overlapping sections – posing; composing; exposing; queering, and self-fashioning – that examines Kahlo's complex identity as a path-breaking individual and artist.
Presented by Addison Gallery of American Art at Addison Gallery of American Art
Exploring nine decades of innovative art education, progressive exhibitions, prescient acquisitions, and pioneering artist’s residencies, with masterworks by artists such as Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Jackson Pollock, and Agnes Martin
Presented by Fitchburg Art Museum at Fitchburg Art Museum
Abelardo Morell: Projecting Italy
Immerse yourself in the world of printmaking, tracing how artists move step by step to painstakingly rework and refine their images.
The Female Figure. The Male Gaze. A Contemporary Lens.
Joyride: Cars in American Art from the Terry and Eva Herndon Collection
Uncovering the Human Condition: The Arthur S. Goldberg Collection
Presented by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Championing the “art of the people” by reconsidering a century-old label
Explore the impacts of military activity on the American landscape—and the ways in which photography supports activism in response to these effects.
Illustrating histories through portraits of radiance and resilience
Presented by Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston at The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
The 2021 James and Audrey Foster Prize exhibition features Marlon Forrester (b. 1976, Georgetown, Guyana), Eben Haines (b. 1990, Boston), and Dell Marie Hamilton (b. 1971, New York).
Presented by Cape Ann Museum at Cape Ann Museum
The growth of two of New England’s oldest and most revered summer art colonies will be the subject of a special exhibition, Cape Ann & Monhegan Island Vistas: Contrasted New England Art Colonies, opening Oct. 30, 2021 at the Cape Ann Museum.
Deana Lawson is a singular voice in photography today. For more than 15 years, she has been investigating and challenging the conventional representations of Black identities.This exhibition is the first museum survey dedicated to the work of Lawson.
Presented by Peabody Essex Museum at Peabody Essex Museum
On view September 18, 2021 - March 20, 2022
Presented by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) at Online/Virtual Space
Explore the state of democracy today through a commissioned artwork by internationally renowned artist Krzysztof Wodiczko, presented at the Harvard Art Museums in partnership with the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
On view January 29, 2022 - May 8, 2022
On view November 20, 2021 - May 22, 2022.
De Nieves’s visual language draws from Mexican craft traditions, religious iconography, and mythology to explore the transformational possibilities of adornment and the mutability of identity. This is his first museum presentation in Boston.
Begin in our Calderwood Courtyard before venturing into the galleries to enjoy three levels of art, spanning ancient to modern times.
For the ICA’s Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall, LeWitt will conceive of a monumental hanging wall sculpture made of colorful bands of coated mesh fabric whose shifting linear composition creates a number of interlocking circular forms.
Together, the works in this exhibition celebrate the emancipatory potential of artistic imagination and invite other ways to see, create, and belong in the worlds we make.
On view January 29, 2022 through January 3, 2027
Presented by GrubStreet at GrubStreet HQ
Presented by GrubStreet at Online/Virtual Space
Join us for Write Down the Street's Plotting the Timeline in Your Short Stories, a FREE 90 minute drop-in class.
Join Nan Rumpf at The W Gallery in Wayland for a one session Watercolor Prism Technique workshop on Oct. 31 from 9-1 pm.
An online course designed to teach beginners the fundamentals of drawing.
Presented by Arts Wayland Foundation, Inc. at Arts Wayland and the W Gallery
This is a three hour workshop at the W Gallery of Wayland where you will create an abstract piece of art using the technique of collage.
Presented by Witch Lit at Online/Virtual Space
4 Week Creative Writing Class
A one day introductory course where you will use the block printing technique to create unique holiday cards.
A Needle-Felted Owl Workshop held both in person at The W Gallery of Wayland or virtually on Zoom.
In this Basic Drawing summer course we'll be learning about how to set up an image, basic composition, shading, drawing from shapes, dynamic angles, etc...
Presented by Portman-Fenway Gallery at Online/Virtual Space
In this Watercolor Painting Class we'll be covering beginner and intermediate skills! Composition, brush handling, color mixing and more! Landscapes, portraits, still lives, etc...
Presented by Arlington Center for the Arts at Arlington Center for the Arts
ACA offers a fun & creative mix of arts classes in a variety of disciplines for children, teens, and adults - and we hope you'll join us!
A 6 week introduction to Shakespeare acting class for 12 and 13 year olds culminating in a performance at The W Gallery of Wayland.
In this Online Fall Drawing Course your child will learn how to draw using shapes, set up composition, shade, use line work, create landscapes, portraits and figures, still lives and more! This class is appropriate for all skill levels.
A 5 session class taught by Felipe Zamora at The W Gallery of Wayland focusing on the fundamentals of acrylic painting.
Presented by Rebecca McGowan at St John's Church
Traditional Irish dance classes for adults
Presented by Greater Boston Practice of Educational Empowerment at Greater Boston Practice of Educational Empowerment
Dynamic online and hybrid learning options for youth, adults, and families. Winter classes in drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, STEAM, arts integration, thematic Project-based learning, and Therapeutically-oriented arts, and more!
Presented by Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston at Online/Virtual Space
After-school 25-week virtual program for middle school youth (grades 6–8).
Presented by ImprovBoston at The Rockwell
Our ImprovBoston Ensemble is back to deliver all the laughs you need.
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at Symphony Hall
The highly anticipated Boston debut of Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret, created and performed by two audience favorites from very different parts of the entertainment world.
Steve Sweeney, comedian, actor, producer, writer and key figure in Boston’s cultural landscape, headlines in his much acclaimed one-man-show, TOWNIE.
Presented by Four-Handed Illusions: An Intimate Evening of Laughs & Wonder at Hampshire House
A one-of-a-kind performance of magic and comedy. Joel Acevedo and Steve Kradolfer have chosen a sophisticated and intimate salon setting to combine their magical and comedic talents in an astonishing demonstration of sleight-of-hand and mind-reading.
Presented by The Spire Center for Performing Arts at Spire Center for the Performing Arts
With more than 20 years as a stand-up comedian, Tom Papa is one of the top comedic voices in the country finding success in film, TV, radio and podcasts as well as on the live stage.
Brian Regan returns with his hysterical and clean stand-up comedy routine appropriate for all ages.
Presented by The Anchor at The Anchor
Sundays, The Anchor welcomes back Like2Laugh Productions for more "Iron-side splitting" laughter filled evenings!
Presented by BU Arts Initiative at The Conference Auditorium of the George Sherman Union
Join Elizabeth (Aquinnah Wampanoag) & Erin (Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota) as they discuss their work at BU this Fall.
Presented by Boston By Foot at The Museum of African American History
On this tour we’ll meet some of the Beacon Hill-based Black thinkers and writers who made their mark on literary and political history.
Presented by Massachusetts Historical Society at Massachusetts Historical Society
Presented by Boston Book Festival at Online/Virtual Space
The Boston Book Festival will take place online, with virtual events from October 15–23, as well as popup events citywide.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Lechmere Canal
This tour offers spectacular views of historic and contemporary architecture along Boston Harbor, through the Charles River Locks, and the Charles River Basin.
Presented by Gore Place at Gore Place
Literary historian Rob Velella brings Poe to life in a one-man, living history presentation with readings, biographical details, and dark humor.
Presented by Massachusetts Historical Society at Online/Virtual Space
Presented by Boston By Foot at In front of the Massachusetts State House
Experience Beacon Hill’s ornate past, from its rural beginnings to the vision of the Mount Vernon Proprietors, while walking among this historic collection of Federal and Greek Revival row houses.
Presented by Boston By Foot at The steps in front of the Massachusetts State House on Beacon Street across from the Boston Common
There is no better place than Beacon Hill to walk to the dark side on All Hallow’s Eve, and on the Boo! tour, you will hear stories that shed a new light on this quiet residential neighborhood.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University and Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology at Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology invites you to commemorate the losses of this past year with an altar and candles provided by the museum for this free event.
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society and Emerald Necklace Conservancy at Jamaica Plain
Join the Jamaica Plain Historical Society and the Emerald Necklace Conservancy for a special Zoom webinar highlighting the history of the Curley House at 350 The Jamaicaway.
With a fresh book on the horizon, you can expect to hear readings of some brand-new stories—although, as regular attendees know, hearing Sedaris read any of his own work brings it to life in its own special way.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Copley Square
Experience one of Boston's most treasured neighborhoods, including Trinity Church, the Boston Public Library, Old South Church and the grand Back Bay townhouses.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Entrance to the Government Center MBTA station
Discover all the layers of Boston and the hows and whys of its changes, as the city has aggressively reinvented itself over and over again to accommodate growing and evolving needs over the centuries.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Samuel Adams statue in front of Faneuil Hall
This 60-minute walking tour of the Freedom Trail in downtown Boston covers many of the Freedom Trail's most popular sites, with fascinating commentary.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Christopher Columbus Park, at the fountain
Explore how immigration, and Boston’s rise as a maritime power, have influenced the development of the North End into a unique, compact, urban space loved by residents and visitors alike for its walkability and Old World charm.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Plaza across the street from King's Chapel.
Our most comprehensive Freedom Trail offering, this 2-hour tour includes historical landmarks such as King’s Chapel, the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, the site of the Boston Massacre, the Paul Revere House and more.
Presented by Boston By Foot at Statue of boxer Tony DeMarco across from the Greenway
This original guided walk through misery, misfortune, malevolence and murder is based on true historical events that have occurred in Boston.
Presented by Roslindale Village Main Streets at Adams Park
It’s a true community event where residents, local businesses, and farm-fresh food come together in Adams Park, Roslindale, on Saturdays throughout June 5- Nov 20, 9-1:30 pm.
Presented by Zigong Lantern Group at Southwick's Zoo
Custom designed and produced specificallly for Southwick's Zoo, the largest lights festival in the history of New England!
Presented by Wheelock Family Theatre @ Boston University at Wheelock Family Theatre @ Boston University
Hand-made costumes, vintage pieces, fabric and more! Looking for the perfect Halloween costume? Or perhaps you're just in need of that special piece to add a spark to your wardrobe.
Presented by GrubStreet at 50 Liberty Drive
Join us on Wednesday, October 20th from 12:30pm-1:15pm for a FREE writing session!
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology at Online/Virtual Space
In this free virtual lecture, join Professor Claudia Mattos Avolese as she discusses the rising prominence of Brazilian indigenous art and its transformative effect on museum and curatorial practices.
Creating an altar is a key part of the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos. In this free virtual lecture, two altaristas explain their creative processes and the gravity of preserving this holiday.
Lesley University presents Massachusetts Commission on the Blind Commissioner David D'Arcangelo free, virtual lecture on employment for people with disabilities.
Presented by Porter Square Books at Online/Virtual Space
Porter Square Books is delighted to present a virtual event for bestselling author Chuck Wendig's debut middle grade novel, Dust & Grim!
Join us for Write Down the Street's Deconstructing the Short Story, a FREE 6 week class.
Join us for a Friday Night Writes Session on Friday, October 29th, from 5:30pm-6:30pm and log into GrubStreet Remote for some writing!
Presented by The Umbrella Arts Center at Online/Virtual Space
In recognition of Filipino American Heritage Month, The Umbrella Stage Company will present a special program exploring the Filipino American Experience through the dramatic writing and production process. Part of the 2021 Concord Festival of Authors
Presented by The Umbrella Arts Center at The Umbrella Arts Center
On view through October 31, Wrack Line features new paintings by Michael MacMahon, created during his two-year residency at The Umbrella Arts Center in Concord.
Presented by Old North Church & Historic Site at Old North Church & Historic Site
Digital Speaker Series at Old North Continues Wednesday, Nov. 3
Abilities Dance presents a commissioned film responding to the Gardner's special exhibition Titian: Women, Myth & Power.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology and Harvard Museum of Natural History at Online/Virtual Space
In this free virtual talk, Gonzalo Giribet explains how biogeography, the study of the distribution of organisms, can further our understanding of the breakup of the ancient supercontinent Gondwana.
Presented by The Umbrella Arts Center at Hapgood Wright Town Forest
On display through November 14 in Hapgood Wright Town Forest, the 6th annual Art Ramble Exhibition continues The Umbrella Arts Center's thematic exploration of "Air" that began with the spring's Earth Month and Artfest celebrations.
Presented by American Friends of Rabin Medical Center at Zoom
Robert Siegel (Senior Host, NPR’s All Things Considered, 1987-2018) interviews Dr. Irwin Redlener (Columbia), Dr. Nahid Bhadelia (Boston University), Dr. Kavita Patel (Brookings Institution), Dr. Michael Drescher, (Israel’s Rabin Medical Center).
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East at Online/Virtual Space
In this free virtual lecture, Susanne Gänsicke examines the discovery of musical instruments at an ancient Nubian queen’s pyramid and its impact on archaeologists' view of interactions in the region.
As part of its annual holiday celebration, the McMullen Museum of Art will host festive activities throughout the afternoon.
Presented by Boston Philharmonic Orchestra at Boston Public Library
A 2016 Interpretations of Music: Lessons for Life class on Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, featuring violinist Greta Myatieva and pianist Dina Vainshtein.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture at Online/Virtual Space
Take a virtual, self-guided tour of the Harvard Museum of Natural History!
Presented by Stage Music Center Acton at Stage Music Center Acton
A fun Halloween party for children ages 5-9!
Presented by Boston Children's Museum at Boston Children's Museum
The CreatedBy Festival is an important part of Mass STEM Week that is specifically geared towards a younger age - older elementary school aged kids and their families.
Presented by Stone Zoo at Stone Zoo
Children are invited to trick-or-treat among the animals at Stone Zoo.
Presented by Boston By Foot at The Samuel Adams statue in front of Faneuil Hall
This tour is a fast-paced, activity-filled walk for families, that focuses specifically on Paul Revere, his midnight ride, and the North End of Boston.
Presented by Franklin Park Zoo at Franklin Park Zoo
Thrills, chills, and animals await you at Franklin Park Zoo’s annual Zoo Howl!
Boston Children's Museum is going all out this Halloween!
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and Harvard Museum of Natural History at Online/Virtual Space
Bring the whole family to this interactive virtual event! Come with your questions and curiosity to meet the Harvard Museum of Natural History's incredible animals over Zoom.
Daniel Tiger and all his friends from the beloved Emmy Award-winning PBS KIDS television series are hopping back aboard Trolley for DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD LIVE!
This child's-eye view of the Freedom Trail's architecture and history is especially designed for young walkers from 6-12 years of age
Presented by Rockport Music at Shalin Liu Performance Center
Enjoy the popular rock group 10,000 Maniacs as they perform in Rockport!
Presented by The Red Room @ Cafe 939 at The Red Room @ Cafe 939
Presented by Tufts University Department of Music at Distler Performance Hall
Presented by Arts Transcending Borders at the College of the Holy Cross at Mechanics Hall
Jazz master Terence Blanchard pays tribute to another legendary artist, Wayne Shorter
Enjoy the energy and passion of rock band Adam Ezra Group as they make their Rockport debut!
Presented by La Donna Musicale - RUMBARROCO at Church of the Covenant
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage, we will illustrate the intersection of early European music with the aural African and Amerindian traditions and the resulting link with current Latin-American genres.
Presented by The Mad Monkfish at The Mad Monkfish
Live jazz with dinner at The Mad Monkfish in Central Sq!
Presented by Tufts University Department of Music at Granoff Music Center
The RKO Army returns to The Cabot for a stop on its Halloween Thriller Tour 2021! Join us for a screening and shadowcast of THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, with costumes, songs, and more.
Listen to singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega as she brings her new live album to Rockport!
Presented by Global Arts Live at Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre
Kora music for the six-stringed guitar.
Presented by Larcom Performing Arts Theatre at Larcom Theatre
Headlining Beatles tribute band returns to the Larcom Theatre in Downtown Beverly.
Presented by Indian Hill Music at Littleton High School
Principal Bassoon Hazel Malcolmson takes center stage in Zwilich’s tour de force concerto, along with Coleridge-Taylor’s witty Rhapsodic Dance and the ever-popular Scheherazade of Rimsky-Korsakov.
Presented by Mandorla Music at First Parish Milton UU
Bassist John Sullivan is joined by pianist Dan Pappas, guitarist Mitch Selib and drummer Charles Haynes in this concert made possible in part by the Milton Cultural Council.
Presented by Brookline Symphony Orchestra at All Saints Parish Brookline
The Brookline Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce its first concert of the 2021-2022 season, scheduled for Saturday, October 23 at 8pm.
Presented by Vermont Jazz Center at Vermont Jazz Center
Jay Clayton celebrates her 80th birthday in concert with pianist Ray Gallon, bassist Jay Leonhart and drummer Billy Drummond.
Presented by Enigma Chamber Opera at The Catheral Church of Saint Paul
Enigma Chamber Opera presents an exciting new staging of Britten's church parable, CURLEW RIVER.
Presented by Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall
ANDRIS NELSONS CONDUCTS GUBAIDULINA AND RACHMANINOFF
Listen to Everyone’s favorite Man Band, Under The Streetlamp!
Presented by Emmanuel Music at Emmanuel Church in the City of Boston
Bach BWV 98 - Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan I (What God does is well done I)
Presented by King's Chapel Concert Series at King's Chapel
King's Chapel Concert Series' first concert in twenty months features Music Director Heinrich Christensen leading his 16-voice choir in a program including Vaughan Williams' "Serenade to Music."
Presented by Seven Times Salt at Private residence
17th-century London roars to life in this convivial program of drinking songs, love ballads both naughty and nice, and rustic catches for carousing with friends.
Presented by Americas Musicworks at St. John's Beverly Farms
Called “stunningly beautiful” (New York City Jazz Record) and “one of the best jazz ensembles in the world” (Jazz Podium, Germany), The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, Mark Harvey music director, will perform Ellington classics and rarities.
Presented by The Lily Pad at The Lily Pad
Free Form Jazz; Experimental Music; New Music
Emmanuel Music's Chamber Music Festival takes on the enchanting theme of Folktales & Myths, exploring storytelling through classical music.
Presented by Metropolitan Wind Symphony at Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library
Metropolitan Wind Symphony to present band concert: "A New Day"
Presented by Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston at First Church in Boston
Pastoral scenes, languid dreams, fantasy, and filigree occupy our 24th season opener with a grand return to in-person concerts and the art form we love.
Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts at Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre
Proving Up is an opera about the American dream as experienced by the Zegners, a fictional family of 1960s homesteaders.
Presented by Ecstatic Dance Massachusetts at Castle Island Beach
Come Dance, Laugh, Love, and Live!
Many critics agree, ABBA The Concert is the most amazing and authentic ABBA tribute show in the world.
Presented by AfroDesiaCity at Dewey Square Park on the Rose Kennedy Greenway
Tuesday Tunes on The Greenway with AfroDesiaCity Unwind with free lunchtime performances from 12p-1p every Tuesday, mid-August through October, at Dewey Square Park, curated by AfroDesiaCity.
Presented by Berklee College of Music at The Red Room at Cafe 939
Hawktail is coming to the Red Room at Cafe 939
Enjoy a performance by award-winning pianist, guitarist, singer, and songwriter Matt Nakoa!
Presented by Portrait in Jazz at Somerville Armory
Free concert by Portrait in Jazz, performing at the Somerville Armory Cafe
“El Caballero de la Salsa”
Presented by Radius Ensemble at Longy's Pickman Hall
Radius Ensemble returns to in-person concerts at Longy in Harvard Square with a concert featuring a work by Boston composer Jonathan Bailey Holland (pictured).
Presented by Opera on Tap Boston at The Burren
Opera on Tap Boston is back at the iconic Burren Irish Pub & Restaurant in Somerville for a Halloween Brunch Monster Bash featuring performances from some of Boston's Best Opera Singers!
Bach BWV 194 Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest (Most highly desired festival of joy)
Presented by Boston Civic Symphony at NEC's Jordan Hall
Boston Civic Symphony will present a concert at Jordan Hall on October 31, 2021 at 3:00 PM.
THOMAS WILKINS CONDUCTS COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, WOOTEN, AND ELLINGTON FEATURING ELECTRIC BASSIST, VICTOR WOOTEN.
Presented by Boston Public Market at Boston Public Market
Musician Reggie Lett of Berklee college of music preforms at Boston Public Market's patio on the greenway every Sunday in October 11am to 1pm
Presented by Vermont Jazz Center at Online/Virtual Space
Pianist Ray Gallon presents a masterclass about Bud Powell at 6 pm, followed by a Zoom Tunes supervised playing session on Cole Porter's song 'Night and Day'.
Presented by Berklee College of Music at The Red Room @ Cafe 939
Bitch will be coming to Boston performing at Cafe 939.
Listen to rock artist Lisa Fischer!
Presented by Global Arts Live at City Winery Boston
Cuban jazz pianist
Presented by A Far Cry at NEC's Jordan Hall
The Grammy-nominated ensemble A Far Cry returns to live, in-person music-making at NEC's Jordan Hall with "Emergence" on Friday, November 5th at 8pm!
Sheila Jordan, famed jazz singer and teacher, returns for her annual show at The Mad Monkfish, accompanied by the Yoko Miwa Trio!
Minor Moon's Sam Cantor writes resonant journeys into songs.
Get The Led Out will not disappoint!
Enjoy a blues rock performance by guitarist Johnny A!
Presented by Indian Hill Music at Blackman Hall at Indian Hill Music
Effervescent and engaging, Boston-based fiddler Hanneke Cassel and friends perform traditional and original music from Celtic and American Roots traditions, including songs from her new album, Over the Sea to Skye.
Learn vocal tips on voice production and presentation from a vocal jazz legend NEA Master Sheila Jordan!
Presented by Somerville Songwriter Sessions at Arts at the Armory
Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe presents a live, in-person concert with singer/songwriters Terry Kitchen, Chris LaVancher and Amy Kucharik on Saturday November 6.
Presented by Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts at NEC's Jordan Hall
Violinist Stella Chen (1st prize 2019 Queen Elizabeth) and Pianist Henry Kramer (2nd prize 2016 Queen Elizabeth) at NEC's Jordan Hall on Sat. Nov. 6 at 8 pm. Program 90 min NO intermission: Bartók, Schubert, Alberga, Strauss. Free tickets available.
Presented by The Creative Music Series at The Lily Pad
Expect prepared socially conscious poetry with unrehearsed bass and piano responses!
The Tufts/NEC Dual Degree students present their musical passions in a unique evening of classical, jazz, and original compositions.
DIMA SLOBODENIOUK CONDUCTS TCHAIKOVSKY AND DVORAK, FEATURING PIANIST BEATRICE RANA.
Listen to a concert by pianist Charlie Albright, considered one of the most gifted musicians of his generation.
Presented by Boston Symphony Orchestra at Jordan Hall
BOSTON SYMPHONY CHAMBER PLAYERS AT JORDAN HALL
Presented by Handel and Haydn Society at Symphony Hall
Presented by Boston Philharmonic Orchestra at Symphony Hall
The second live concert for the Boston Philharmonic season! The brilliantly skillful violinist Stefan Jackiw returns to his hometown of Boston to offer new light on Prokofiev's Second Violin Concerto.
Presented by Global Arts Live at Royale
Desert blues from Mali
Big Head Todd and the Monsters are not that big on anniversaries, so there won’t be any big hoopla over the fact that the band is officially crossing the three-decade mark this year.
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at WGBH
Tenor Nicholas Phan teams up with adventurous string quartet Brooklyn Rider for a performance that places the past and present in direct and powerful dialogue.
Presented by North End Music and Performing Arts Center at NEMPAC
A debut chamber music program crafted for the North End Music & Performing Arts Center combining African-American, European, Russian, and Jewish composers, Voices of the Resilient is a uniquely programmed event dedicated to resilience and overcoming.
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
The concert promises musical variety -- Débo's influences include jazz, rock, and world music, for starters -- and the blend of uncompromising skill and relatable emotion that make Débo Ray an audience favorite.
Enjoy the sounds of many different genres performed by Carbon Leaf quintet!
Afropop songs of hope and healing.
FAMILY CONCERT BOSTON YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (BYSO)
Presented by Club Passim at Club Passim
Boston singer-songwriter Alastair Moock brings his Pastures of Plenty series back to Club Passim with special guests Vance Gilbert, Cloudbelly (Anand Nayak & Corey Laitman), and Hazel Royer.
TON KOOPMAN CONDUCTS MOZART AND BEETHOVEN FEATURING PRINCIPAL BSO CLARINETIST, WILLIAM R. HUDGINS.
From its exhilarating opening bars, Made Of Rain – the first Psychedelic Furs album in 29 years
Presented by Ashmont Hill Chamber Music at Peabody Hall at All Saints Church
First prize winner in the Senior Division of the 2019 22nd Annual Sphinx Competition
Trifonov, now one of the world’s most in-demand recitalists, will play an elegant and sophisticated program of time-tested classical compositions in this anticipated performance.
Enjoy an electrifying concert by fiddler Hanneke Cassel!
Bach BWV 60 O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort IO eternity, you word of thunder)
Presented by Boston Early Music Festival at First Lutheran Church of Boston
Enjoy a vibrant selection of Renaissance counterpoint from the wind ensemble Piffaro.
Presented by Seven Times Salt at Church of the Pilgrimage
Music of Plimoth Colony 1590-1650
Presented by Brighton Music Hall at Brighton Music Hall
VERITE live in concert. Be prepared to cry and rage at the same time.
Presented by Cappella Clausura at Emmanuel Church in the City of Boston
Medieval poetry and contemporary composers combine for a vibrant cultural smashup.
Presented by Blue Heron at Online only
In-depth explorations of topics related to season programs.
The first concert of the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra season! The Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra will return to the stage with Mozart's Symphony No. 35, and will once again play Mahler, a specialty of Benjamin Zander's.
Season 8 American Idol winner takes the stage in Rockport!
Presented by Indian Hill Music at Camilla Blackman Hall at Indian Hill Music
Widely regarded as one of the top artists in the new generation of acoustic musicians, Jenna Moynihan performs her electrifying brand of contemporary Scottish fiddle with Owen Marshall on guitar.
ANDRIS NELSONS CONDUCTS WIDMANN AND MAHLER FEATURING HAKAN HARDENBERGER, TRUMPET.
Bach BWV 96 Herr Christ, der einge Gottessohn (Lord Christ, only Son of God)
Listen to acclaimed Celtic musicians Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Hass!
Resilience of the human spirit through works by Beethoven, Part, Pavel Haas, and Shostakovich's powerful declaration of defiance, sorrow, and silence, the e minor Piano Trio No. 2.
Through the years, Darlene Love continues to captivate audiences worldwide with her warm, gracious stage presence and sensational performances.
Celebrate Hanukkah with the infectious bluegrass music of Nefesh Mountain, known for their thoughtful, introspective lyrics and world-class musicianship.
Bach BWV 140 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Awake, calls the voice to us)
Music by Bach and other composers are performed by organist Heinrich Christensen and vocal soloists.
International singing superstar Sarah Brightman is the world’s biggest-selling soprano. Brightman is engaging in the most adventurous world tour of her career.
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at Longy's Pickman Hall
Tao is truly spellbinding at the piano, employing a level of impeccable, nimble dexterity—practically perfect, never mechanical—that is simultaneously thrilling and soothing to behold.
Judy Collins has long inspired audiences with sublime vocals, boldly vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs, and a firm commitment to social activism.
Join the Boston Pops and conductor Keith Lockhart for their sparkling and beloved Holiday Pops concert.
Watch pianist and composer Jason Moran make his Rockport debut!
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at Berklee Performance Center
Lage’s return to Boston will follow the release of his Blue Note Records debut album, a wonderfully varied record that bolsters Lage’s reputation as not only a model practitioner of swinging jazz and blues, but also intimate solo pieces.
Peter Wolf has been known for decades as the dynamic lead singer and song writer of the J. Geils Band, with whom he showcased his talents on such hits as “Centerfold,” “Freeze Frame,” “Love Stinks” and “Musta Got Lost.”
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit
Guitarist and vocalist Albino Mbie returns to the Series with his Quartet for a performance featuring Mozambican jazz and original songs done in his signature global, feel-good style.
Don't miss one of Cape Ann's favorite holiday concerts!
Listen to the Boston Brass ensemble as they come to Rockport for a festive yuletide-themed concert, bringing their signature blend of classical, jazz and pop standards.
Bach BWV 70a Wachet! betet! betet! wachet! (Watch! prays! prays! Watch!)
Presented by New England Philharmonic at Tsai Performance Center
Join the NEP in the first of four Music Director finalist concerts! This concert, we welcome Adam Kerry Boyles to conduct the NEP.
Boston's internationally-acclaimed Klezmer band.
Presented by Handel and Haydn Society at First Church in Cambridge
THE most authentic QUEEN live show since the days of QUEEN themselves. A deliberate four piece band, Almost Queen delivers a live performance showcasing signature four part harmonies and intricate musical interludes.
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at Arlington Street Church
Trumpeter Jason Palmer returns to Boston to lead his Quintet in a joyous, festive concert of holiday favorites!
Bach BWV 147 Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Heart and mouth and deed and life)
Get in the holiday spirit with the Back Bay Ringers!
Triumphant. Joyous. Dazzling.
Celtic holiday cheer comes alive with Brian O'Donovan's famed production, a Rockport Music fan favorite.
Enjoy this holiday classic performed by the revered Handel & Haydn Society!
Presented by Global Arts Live at Berklee Performance Center
Holiday Stomp, a swinging holiday celebration
Presented by Musicians of the Old Post Road at Trinity Lutheran Church, Worcester
Classical works to celebrate the season include Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate along with some of our favorite rediscoveries — charming pastorellas by Hupfeld and Werner, an aria for Advent by Haydn, and Leopold Mozart’s Musical Sleigh Ride!
Enjoy the sounds of Nova Scotia-based band, Còig!
Presented by A Far Cry at St. John's Church, JP
Chamber Music with the Criers is back with "Flames to Ashes" on Dec. 18 at St. John's Church in JP! Enjoy an afternoon of live, in-person music-making with Grammy-nominated ensemble A Far Cry.
Presented by Blue Heron at First Church, Congregational Cambridge
Christmas in Baroque Germany with Dark Horse Consort
Bach BWV 36 Schwingt freudig euch empor (Soar joyfully upwards to the exalted stars)
Get in the holiday spirit with a multi-genre performance by Cape Ann Big Band!
Bach BWV 121 Christum wir sollen loben schon (We should already be praising Christ)
Celebratory. Fresh. Invigorating.
The Grammy-nominated ensemble A Far Cry returns to live, in-person music-making at NEC's Jordan Hall with "Firefly" on Friday, January 7 at 8pm!
Bach BWV 154 Mein liebster Jesus ist verloren (My beloved Jesus is missing)
BACH ; BWV 3 Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid (Ah, God, how much heartache)
STOMP is explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique—an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages.
In a performance thankfully rescheduled from our 2020–21 season, bass-baritone extraordinaire Dashon Burton makes his Celebrity Series headlining debut with a uniquely American program.
Rob Kapilow gives his one-of-a-kind “What Makes it Great?” treatment to the music of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, a duo “virtually synonymous with the blockbuster Broadway musical.”
Experience an orchestral concert like no other with Phoenix Orchestra!
BACH ; BWV 72 Alles nur nach Gottes Willen (Everything only according to God's will alone)
Witness the highly anticipated Celebrity Series debut of Benjamin Appl, a German baritone rightfully called ”the most promising of today’s up-and-coming song recitalists”
BACH ; BWV 14 Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (Were God not with us at this time)
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at First Church in Cambridge
The Danish String Quartet is an elite chamber-music group by any definition, an unusually ambitious quartet teeming with personality and programmatic insights that make them magnetic in any setting.
Presented by Regent Theatre at Regent Theatre
Presenting the 25th Anniversary Concert featuring Christine Lavin, John Gorka, Patty Larkin, Cheryl Wheeler, and Cliff Eberhardt on stage together!
Relive the best moments of music history through a variety of artists and genres, from Motown and Funk to Elton John and Aerosmith.
Chamber Music with the Criers is back with "Sunrise" on Feb. 5 at St. John's Church in JP! Enjoy an afternoon of live, in-person music-making with Grammy-nominated ensemble A Far Cry.
BACH ; BWV 88 Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden (Behold, I will send out many fishermen)
The BPO's third concert of the season will feature the 2015 Gold Medalist of the International Tchaikovsky Competition, Andrei Ioniță, playing Shostakovich Cello Concerto No. 1 in his first performance with the BPO.
Presented by A Far Cry and Longy School of Music of Bard College at Longy's Pickman Hall
Chamber Music with the Criers is back with "Sunrise" on Feb. 6 at Longy's Pickman Hall! Enjoy an afternoon of live, in-person music-making with Grammy-nominated ensemble A Far Cry.
Un Petrarchino Cantato
Signed exclusively to Decca Classics in 2020 at the age of 24, American violinist Randall Goosby is acclaimed for the sensitivity and intensity of his musicianship alongside his determination to make music more inclusive and accessible.
Enjoy a concert by the Horszowski Trio, comprised of a violin, a cello, and a piano!
Bach BWV 20 O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort II (O eternity, you word of thunder)
ARRIVAL from Sweden in the production ”The Music of ABBA” has sold out arenas and venues all over the world since 1995 and is the absolute best and most authentic ABBA show there is.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Liz Longley returns to Rockport on the heels of her much-awaited sixth album, Funeral For my Past.
EagleMania has been dazzling audiences for over a decade by spectacularly reproducing the music of The Eagles.
BACH ; BWV 81 Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen? (Jesus is asleep, what can I hope?)
This concert takes the listeners through a journey, looking at the stories that make us, and causing us to look inward as we see ourselves. We welcome Music Director finalist Nicholas DeMaison to conduct this concert.
BACH ; BWV 127 Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott (Lord Jesus Christ, true man and God) -
Shostakovich’s great Fifth Symphony is a piece that placed him on the world’s musical stage. It has come to be regarded as music’s greatest symbol of the power of the artist to raise his voice in protest in even the darkest of times.
The Grammy-nominated ensemble A Far Cry returns to live, in-person music-making at NEC's Jordan Hall with "Amazonia" on Friday, March 4 at 8pm!
This performance is a DANCE SHOW. Dancing will be allowed in all seating areas throughout the venue but not in aisles due to fire safety regulations. PRIVATE MEET & GREET WITH STEPHEN MARLEY Benefiting Ghetto Youths Foundation
Listen to a concert performed by renowned pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason!
Presented by Musicians of the Old Post Road at First Parish Wayland
Transport yourself to a world of wild wonders with Vivaldi’s Goldfinch concerto, Biber’s colorful Sonata Representativa, Werner’s stormy November suite, and the ensemble’s reconstruction of J. F. Lampe’s playful Cuckoo Concerto.
It’s Bagpipes. It’s Rock. It’s Bagrock. AC/DC meets the poet Robert Burns. Where rock anthems sit comfortably alongside the great tunes from the glens and the mountains of Scotland.
Vietnamese Classical Guitarist and winner of over 13 international competitions and awards.
BACH ; BWV 46 Schauet doch und sehet, ob irgend ein Schmerz sei (Behold and see, if there be any sorrow like my sorrow)
Ockeghem@600 - Concert 11: Missa sine nomine a 5
BACH ; BWV 8 Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben (Dearest God, when will I die?)