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WBUR's All Things Considered host Lisa Mullins talked with Hunter about his life and his music.
There's a free day at the ICA, movies at Faneuil Hall, music at the Gardner Museum and a Black History Month Tour at the Davis.
Valdés and Rubalcaba will be creating and sharing stories together in a duo piano performance presented by Celebrity Series of Boston this Friday, Feb. 16, at NEC’s Jordan Hall.
Hunter sings the blues, and he sings soul, too — two genres that trade in heartache and hard times.
WQXR DJ Terrance McKnight explores the history of the cello, including modern works from Philip Glass and Bright Sheng.
No matter what phase of love you're in -- the euphoric early stages, the complicated middle, the falling out of it -- there's something for you here.
The HBO documentary "May It Last" explores the making of The Avett Brothers' album "True Sadness."
The eternally boyish, 73-year-old conductor is celebrating 30 years with Miami’s New World Symphony, and later this summer, he returns to conduct the BSO at Tanglewood.
"Hype Man: A Break Beat Play" tackles the story of a rap trio confronted with the news of another shooting of unarmed black teenager by police officers.
Pregnancy is a profoundly life-changing, exciting, emotional experience for a lot of women. But the idea of bringing a baby into the world can also be really scary.
The "Bo Diddley beat of Morocco" lies at the heart of this musical collective, now celebrating 20 years of a low-key but innovative residency in Cambridge.
Plus, Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig leaps onto the Symphony Hall platform, and WBUR takes to the stage at the Wilbur.
KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe shares his latest favorite funk-infused songs from artists including Ty Segall, Kali Uchis, and Superorganism.
The New England Conservatory and Boston Modern Orchestra Project are teaming up for a joint celebration to acknowledge the 80th birthday of the award-winning composer.
Ian Hunter, who is coming to Boston this weekend, was lead singer of the British band Mott the Hoople for six years and has been a solo artist for the...
For some, Meek Mill's song "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)" remains a song of protest against what they see as an unfair prison sentence for the rapper.
This is the first time two orchestras on two continents have joined in such a musical and cultural alliance.
Eastman wrote challenging, political music with provocative titles. Much of that work was lost after he died, but historians have been piecing it back together.
Until we’re all able to put aside our fear of looking directly at all forms of abuse, of knowing and naming it, we won’t transcend it, writes Tracy Strauss.
When it comes to Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl halftime performance, critic Amelia Mason says "perhaps the best description of the show would be 'eager to please.' "