Mezzotono's show is entirely executed by five voices a-cappella, which means without the use of any musical instruments. Their voices reproduce the different instruments and the often comical approach of the five interpreters encourages audience participation in a nice and never pushy way. Real ambassadors of Italian music, 39 countries around the world have hosted their music, making Mezzotono the Italian vocal group with more concerts abroad!Read More
Under the direction of Priya Samant, EarthFrendz will première its Indian dance company.
"There's something big happening at OrigiNation dance studio in [Jamaica Plain]. Originally a nomadic dance program launched with just five students and no building to call its own, OrigiNation has morphed from a tiny outfit that taught dance, to a cultural center that's changing lives." --Jacquinn Williams in Exhale,Winter 2012Read More
Described by Emmylou Harris as a “cross between Rickie Lee Jones and Laura Nyro-with a bluegrass element lurking," Lainie weaves poetry and soul into a crazy quilt of standout songs just born to be loved. Hear why this mountain mama is rightly dubbed Siren of the Appalachian New Wave.Read More
Blindspot is a female-fronted indie rock band from Boston, MA. They have been together for 2 years and are influenced by artists such as U2, The Killers, Paramore, Kings of Leon, and Neon Trees. Their unique sound, passion, and drive make them stand out against other musicians of their age.Read More
YOHAM ORTIZ is a wonderful composer, guitarist and vocalist. Working and traveling as a musician to big cities like New York, where many different cultures converge, has exposed and compelled him to learn about an array of musical styles. He is keenly concerned about the environment and enjoys performing for children as well as adults.Read More
Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band combines the rich musical history of the circus and the vagabond peoples of Europe with the raw energy of avant-garde jazz, the burning heat of funk and the irreverence and fun of today’s Vaudeville for a sound that is somehow familiar yet like no other.Read More