music, concerts, recordings
Jennifer Kimball holds a special place in the hearts of folk music fans and musicians in the region. Now she's out with a new album, "Avocet."
The conductor brings an unusual collaboration between musicians and acrobats to Oberon in Cambridge.
In the Boston area today, it's no secret that there are any number of Irish pubs with live music, and not just on St. Patrick's Day.
After some internet fame and a round of gigs in 2011, Boston band ABADABAD went silent. Years later, they're out with a debut album.
The program is hardly a new idea, but the BSO's attitude about it is changing. The focus is less on educating and more on engaging with those who don't venture to Symphony Hall.
This season Odyssey Opera has been featuring a series of operas and operettas inspired by Wilde, musical works based both on what he wrote and on who he was.
When Jarosz and her producer began to arrange her new album, they worked hard to rein themselves in. The result is quieter and more intimate than any of her previous work.
The locally-bred Celtic-punk band has dealt with tough topics like addiction for years. Yet, the band is one of the most rousing, aggressive good-time bands to ever come out of Boston.
Alex Cumming sings lustily of the marvels of hot water steeped in all manner of vegetation -- black, white, green and, in a tongue-twisting denouement, “CamomileSleepyTimeLapsangSouchongAssamLemonZest.”
Some high school students in Boston captured sounds to help a local artist prepare for a show at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Spring has not yet technically sprung, but music in Boston is already awaking from its winter slumber.
The future was uncertain for the Boston Pops Fourth of July Spectacular after its longtime organizer retired last year and the job of producing and finding corporate sponsors fell to the Pops.
Lol Tolhurst started a little band with his best friend Robert Smith in a drab London suburb. It went on to become one of the most artistically and commercially successful bands to come out of post-punk Britain.
The Alternative Space Pilot Program is an initiative from the city's new cultural plan, Boston Creates.
MIT professor and musician Evan Ziporyn adapted Bowie's final album "Blackstar" into a cello concerto featuring longtime collaborator Maya Beiser and Ziporyn's 80-person orchestra.
From an arrangement of David Bowie's "Blackstar" at MIT to the Boston Lyric Opera's production of Stravinsky's "The Rake's Progress," there's plenty to see in Boston this month.
Sonia, the music club replacing T.T. the Bear's at 10 Brookline St. in Cambridge, is set to open on March 31.
New details reveal a mission that highlights the distinctive histories and shared connections between Boston and Leipzig.
The university says it chose Rihanna for her involvement in a number of charitable causes.
In 2006, Beyoncé put out a call for musicians to try out for her all-female band. The 10 women who made the cut endured a grueling process and now have incredible stories to tell.