We give you the scoop on one of the most historic dance company's in contemporary American dance history, and what they brought to Boston this past week.
Read what Neil Milan Amin-Smith, Clean Bandit's violinist, had to say about the band's tour in America, their songwriting process, and the release of “Rather Be.”
John Bondlow explores the relationship between live music, rhythmic interpretation, and movement.
Ballet is generally misunderstood, but it is a wonderful spectacle when performed properly, as the Boston Ballet achieved in their performance of La Bayadere.
From intoxicated twenty-somethings to seniors reliving their youth, sparks of lighthearted energy from OMD and Diamond Rings ignited the entire audience at Paradise Rock Club.
Comprising of three magnificent works by Kylian against a background of minimalistic sets, the Boston Ballet gave a powerful yet occasionally disturbing performance.
Burns and Webb present Beck Hansen's Song Reader to be performed live with original choreography by over 150 of Boston’s finest musicians & dancers at the Historic Somerville Theatre at 8pm on Thursday, February 28.
On January 28, Berklee presents Homeland Security: Celebrating Contemporary and Traditional African Music and Dance, highlighting the rich music, compelling stories, and vibrant dance that are a way of life in Africa.