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Víkingur Ólafsson: re-envisioning ‘Mozart & Contemporaries’ in Cambridge

Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston, the Icelandic pianist unveiled a live version of his album Tuesday at Longy School of Music’s Pickman Hall.

Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart promises a festive Holiday Pops showcasing musical diversity

Lockhart is preparing a program this season that augments classic Holiday Pops fare with a new work by México-born composer Arturo Rodríguez, a pair of Ukrainian carols, and songs sung in five different languages.


Guest conductor Václav Luks brings out musical merits of Handel and Haydn Society’s ‘Messiah’

This weekend at Symphony Hall, H+H upheld its holiday tradition for the 169th consecutive year.

‘Jazz and healing’ at Coolidge Corner, through the lens of Justin Freed

Freed will showcase his photographs and present his 40-minute “visual memoir,” “Jazz Saved My Life,” in a program that will also feature pianist Donal Fox and composer/bandleader Maria Schneider.

During Thanksgiving week, a bounty of Haitian music

More than a dozen Hattian artists are appearing in the Boston area for what has become an annual Thanksgiving week tradition.

Tedeschi Trucks’ 2022 tally: four albums, four films, four nights in Boston

The band members will likely dip deeply into their four-album song cycle, “I Am the Moon,” when they play the Orpheum Theatre for four nights beginning Tuesday.

Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson finds his balance

Ólafsson is in the midst of a series of US concerts that includes his first Boston recital: a sold-out appearance in the Celebrity Series of Boston’s Debut Series on Tuesday.


Turnstile gives Roadrunner a thrashing

As sweatshirts and spraying water bottles whipped overhead, the hardcore punk band let loose with a feral kind of fun.