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Worlds Collide Showcase
The Worlds Collide Showcase is a concert, competition, and fundraising event focused on cross-genre collaboration of Boston area musicians.
The Pandora Consort is hosting the first ever Worlds Collide Showcase. This performance is a concert, competition, and fundraising event focused on cross-genre collaboration. This concert is the culmination of six duets and trios of
of up and coming professional musicians from different musical worlds who teamed up to create a new song. Each team will also be fundraising for a local charity of their choice. Genres represented include jazz, Classical, pop, opera, rock, and EDM.
$15 cover at the door cash/ venmo accepted- additional funds welcome for charities and musicians.
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The Pandora Consort is hosting the first ever Worlds Collide Showcase. This performance will be a concert, competition, and fundraising event focused on cross-genre collaboration. Artists from different musical backgrounds are teamed up to perform original songs and original covers combining different genres of music (for example: EDM and Baroque, hip hop and jazz, etc.). Each performing duo and trio will have a corresponding charity that they are fundraising for. At the end of the showcase the audience will vote for their favorite performance, and a cash prize of $200 will be awarded to the winning duo/ trio, as well as an additional $100 for their corresponding charitable organization. The Worlds Collide Showcase is meant to facilitate cross-genre musical collaboration in the Greater Boston area, as well as collaboration between musicians and charitable organizations serving Eastern Massachusetts.
1353 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02139
Street parking is limited. Municipal parking lot on Springfield Street.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
We ask that all audience members and performers test before the event.
COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details
The Pandora Consort is composed of young artists who are passionate about early music, Kendra Comstock and Angie Tyler. Both graduates of the Historical Performance Masters program at the Longy School of Music, Angie and Kendra met in 2019 and bonded over their love of singing Early Music and creating unique performances. The two have performed with the Boston Camerata, the Amherst Early Music Festival, the Madison Early Music Festival, Ensemble 44, the Concordia Consort, and other early music g