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Andris Nelsons and Evgeny Kissin open the Boston Symphony season with Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra and guest pianist Evgeny Kissin gave a masterful interpretation of Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9, Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1, and Rachmaninoff's "Symphonic Dances" in the BSO's season opener.
The Crimson speaks with Valentina Marini, manager of Spellbound Contemporary Ballet—an internationally recognized modern dance company from Rome—in anticipation of its appearance in "Le Quattro Stagioni (The Four Season)."
Andris Nelsons and Evgney Kissin open the Boston Symphony season with Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1
Last Friday, as part of its ICA After 5 series, the Institute of Contemporary Art hosted a workshop on latte art and Instagram, drawing dozens of coffee lovers and photographers to the museum. This Roving Reporter spoke with some of the workshop leaders and participants to find out more.
Organist James Woodman prepares for Tuesday evening mass at the Society of Saint John the Evangelist near Harvard Square. The monastery chapel is open to local residents for daily periods of quiet prayer.
Our Roving Reporter speaks with attendees at last week's jazz-themed Third Thursday at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Artist Ethan Murrow and his crew as they prepare "Seastead" for the Institute of Contemporary Art.
Ethan Murrow's installation "Seastead" rests in the Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall of the front lobby of the Institute of Contemporary Art.
Ethan Murrow, an artist known for photorealistic graphite drawings, and Institute of Contemporary Art's assistant curator Ruth Erickson harkened back to their conversations concerning the conception of Murrow's new piece, "Seastead," on Sept. 17.
“Thrill of Contact” offers up a little bit of everything, from the classical to the avant-garde, from the campy to the brand new, in a program that pushes the boundaries of what ballet looks like.
To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Department of Asian Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, the museum has planned a tribute to Japanese culture with an extensive, season-long event. "Hokusai" and "In the Wake"—two vastly different exhibitions—kick off this exploration of Asian art.