Widely known as part of the Native American Music Award house band, Ed Koban is a talented guitarist. Playing the flute is also a part of this skillful artist's career, which is distinguished by his energetic stage shows. From the Kennedy Center to concerts with some of Native America's most dynamic artists, such as Pura Fe and Dylan Jenet Collins, this great Native musician has a truly classic career!Read More
YOHAM ORTIZ is a hybrid 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 he conveys his message in such unique ways.Read More
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
In 10 years Stormcellar, a rock band unlike any other, performed more than 457 (and counting) shows, released 8 albums and toured the US 4 times. This sheer work load and output level have marked Stormcellar as one of Australia's most prolific and successful modern songwriting bands.Read More
Acrobatic Rock-n-Roll is a very athletic, competitive form of dance that originated from Swing, and through time has absorbed different forms of dance, including hip-hop, jazz, contemporary self-expressive movements, as well as gymnastics & acrobatic elements with spectacular partner acrobatic feats! This is a very fast and physically demanding dance that will leave you breathless!Read More
The seed for Drunken Logic was planted when frontman Jake Cassman walked away from an Ivy League education, determined to forge a folk-rock sound that “blended more genres and styles than we have room to list, all in the name of creating an eclectic fast-forward sound that’s shaken up after each track” (Vanyaland). The band has brewed a powder keg of diverse influences and potent, topical lyrics in their shoddy Boston apartments ever since their first incarnation at Berklee College of Music in 2012.Read More
Edna Wilkie, local gospel singer, will wow the audience. Make sure to bring lots of family and friends!
The primary goal of Jo-Mé Dance Company is to enrich the lives of people of all ages, races and backgrounds throughout the United States and the world, through the art of dance. Our innovative and meaningful choreography inspires audiences emotionally and artistically, as well as by the sheer athleticism and skill of our dancers.Read More
Grupo Fantasia is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Angel Wagner. A Dominican native who began his musical career banging on a cheese grater with a fork, Wagner has since mastered more than 30 different instruments. With Grupo Fantasia, Wagner and his cohorts demonstrate mastery of Latin music in a great many styles: merengue, salsa, Latin jazz, cumbia, bachata and vallenato are but a few. You may also spot Mr. Wagner heading a mariachi quartet or a calypso/soca trio.Read More
TAINA ASILI y la Banda Rebelde combine powerful vocals with an energetic fusion of Afro-Latin, reggae and rock. The six-piece ensemble from Albany, NY, led by Puerto Rican vocalist Taina Asili, offer a sound that spans continents, exuding strength of Spirit, inspiring audiences to dance to the movement of rebellion.Read More
Mamadou is an award-winning musician from Senegal who lives north of Boston and has graced our stage since 2009. He has performed and collaborated with countless African greats including Baaba Maal, Mamadou Jimi Mbaye and Mbaye Dieye Faye in the Madison Band (formerly of Youssou Ndour), Thione Seck, Nicolas Menheim and Papa Seck in the band Africando, the Grand Soda Mama, and many others. Come dance to his signature rhythm guitar and drums!Read More
Too Klez For Comfort is a high energy klezmer band performing dance and concert music in Greater Boston. Available for parties, concerts, and more!
Benjamin Furman is a pianist, singer and singer-songwriter born in Santiago, Chile in 1991. He was born into a musical house, and his education in music began from early age. Since, various artistic expressions have awaken his interests: music, theater, painting and writing. At age 23 he graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston with a degree in Piano Performance and a minor in Composition. Benjamin currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, and works as a performing and recording artist internationally.Read More
Between South America, The U.S. and Canada, Nicolás Emden has been part of many and very diverse artistic projects, all of which have managed to leave a mark on his music. COMO LOS PÁJAROS is the result of years of collective projects that went from folk music, rock, classic and contemporary Musical Theater into his journey at Berklee. This diversity of culture, music, people and styles brought in a project in which one of its main focuses is to connect people from all around the world, communicating in one only and universal language, music.Read More
We are grateful to Annawon for joining us to perform the Closing Ceremony of the 10th Annual Boston GreenFest. Born and raised in the tribal community of Charlestown, Rhode Island among relatives of both Narragansett/Pequot lineage through his father, Annawon Weeden now resides in his mother’s Wampanoag community located in Mashpee, MA.Read More