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As many independently owned rock clubs in the area close, the Midway Cafe in Jamaica Plain is celebrating its continued existence as an eccentric music haven.
The Midway Cafe in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood opened back in the summer of 1987.
After the Shostakovich dramatization on Wednesday night at Tanglewood, the quartet joined forces with composer-musician Thomas Adès for Schubert on Thursday.
New England Conservatory instructors release "Town and Country" at Thelonious Monkfish in Cambridge.
The Boston Landmarks Orchestra holds Wednesday concerts at the Esplanade's Hatch Shell and Boston Midsummer Opera takes on Donizetti's most popular comic opera.
Most might be intimidated with the task of filling in last minute on the complex cult favorite from Wagner's "Ring Cycle," but not Stephanie Blythe.
The pressure emanating from our social media feeds makes glamour-posting harder to resist, writes Joanna Weiss.
The Artery's Amelia Mason talks about her top picks for things to do this weekend, including the Green River Festival, Festival Betances and more.
At Dartmouth College recently, avant-garde classical composer Molly Herron unveiled a new piece played entirely on homemade instruments.
"Different Kind of Tears" is part of an awareness campaign to fight opioid addiction. It was created in partnership with the Recovery Centers of America and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation.
"Score: A Film Music Documentary" looks at dozens of composers and how their work has shaped some of Hollywood’s most beloved films.
Musicians, comedians, slam poets and other performers took over nearly 100 porches and lawns in Jamaica Plain on Saturday.
Powerfully led by music director Andris Nelsons, the ensemble leapt to the possibilities -- playing unitedly through harrowing dissonances, playful dances and strange juxtapositions.
After a stint in Los Angeles that left him jobless, broke and homeless, musician Terence Ryan discovered his voice and found his inspiration in the stories of his life back home in New England.
It's an album that features songs about car crashes and paranoid androids, but it's sold more than 4 million copies and is considered by some the greatest album of all time.
As MC Bugg-Z, mosquito biologist Andy Lima raps about mosquitoes and the illnesses they can spread. It is all part of a campaign to educate the public on disease prevention.
Race, jazz and the incredible voice of Sarah Vaughan, Queen of Bebop.
A crew of a dozen people spent Saturday preparing the fireworks for the big night out on three barges in the middle of the Charles River.
Country music legend Garth Brooks joins us. Don’t miss it.
The five-piece group got together about six years ago when lead singer Alex Hwang put out a call for musicians in his small Korean-American music community in California.