Fall Arts Preview: Albums
Sarah Rodman and James Reed talk about the top 15 anticipated releases this season.
David Davis’s collection at the Worcester Art Museum features 100 iconic news photographs of the ‘60s and took 12 years to compile.
Go back in time with “Mammoths and Mastodons” and deep undersea in “Shipwreck!”
If you’re looking for a cracked-mirror perspective on the presidential campaign as it lurches toward the finish line, you might find it in a host of area productions.
The new work by Elo is on the more dramatic end of the spectrum.
The Spanish singer Concha Buika has gone from Tina Turner impersonator to celebrated border-crossing stylist.
This keenly anticipated program will feature the pianist Kirill Gerstein and the soprano Dawn Upshaw.
Her eagerly anticipated release is a low-key but lovely collection of liquid indie-folk gems that take their time to gradually seep in but get absorbed deep when they do.
Folk & Country
For the past decade, the rootsy North Carolina trio has taken a workmanlike approach to growing both its music and its fanbase.
Brittany Howard and her Alabama Shakes have had a huge year.
In their kinetic, eccentric stage performance, any boundaries still left standing fall away.
“Composers approach great scores of the past from inside the guild, as co-creators likely to bring out details in the music that other interpreters might pass right by. And of course, when a conductor is leading his own music, one is given an insider’s tour without parallel.”Jeremy Eichler, classical music critic