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Gaming music can be just as complex and powerful as music produced for its own sake, says WSHU music director Kate Remington.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd talks with NPR TV critic Eric Deggans about the innovative new features that caught his eye and ear.
“The Ferryman” and “Girl from the North Country” connect us to something universal. Hopefully, writes Ed Siegel, Boston will rise to the challenge and produce these two great plays here.
Rapper Cousin Stizz took home Artist of the Year.
“What I want to do is going to take me beyond the rest of my life,” Aucoin says. That might sound like excessive modesty — or hubris — but it...
Elizabeth Rowe sued the Boston Symphony in July claiming that the pay disparity between herself and the principal oboist violated the Massachusetts Equal Pay Law.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Sung about her latest album, "Sung with Words," a collaboration with poet Dana Gioia.
Our critic Amelia Mason found herself drawn mainly to newcomers and those who thrive on the margins -- artists who had something particular to say, and said it well.
We talk with the director of a new documentary about the life of Maria Callas, to this day one of the most electrifying singers in opera.
Nick Adams comes from Longwood Symphony Orchestra, where he was executive director for four years.
Punk rock always has been, in many ways, about considering life's proverbial glass, declaring it half empty, and then pretending it's half full. Few bands sculpted this mix of bitterness...
In 1968, a television event recrowned Elvis Presley as the king of rock 'n' roll. Here & Now's Lisa Mullins takes a listen back.
According to KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez, "Being yourself is the new gangster." He shares musical choices with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson that reflect that.
The British musician is known for his elaborate one-man live show, which he developed at MIT's Media Lab. As he prepares to release his second album, he's back in Cambridge...
"Breath & Imagination" tells the story of the extraordinary composer and concert singer Roland Hayes.
"The Cher Show" features Cher's music, as well as outfits by 79-year-old Bob Mackie, who created many of the star's most iconic looks.
The former Dire Straits frontman went solo in 1995, and has since released 10 albums. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Knopfler about his latest, "Down The Road Wherever."
Cue the twinkly lights, Christmas trees, menorahs and candles -- the holiday season is officially underway in Boston.
Music icon and patron of the arts Billy Ruane died in 2010. Now, his memory is forever embedded in Central Square.
Last December, videos of Guilherme "Gilly" Assuncao went viral after the 23-year old sang a stunning rendition of "Con Te Partiro" by Andrea Bocelli at Russo's Market in Watertown.