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LENOX — For singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant, singing in a band in her early years was a means to an end. "It seemed like a great way to get out of my small town [Jamestown] in upstate New York and get to New York City," she recalled in a … more
GREAT BARRINGTON —- Sliced and diced, shuffled like cards, Pergolesi's two comic operas were good for 1,000 laughs and a few tears.The Boston Early Music Festival linked "La serva padrona" and "Livietta e "Tracollo" in a pair of performances … more
LENOX — It's hard to imagine a more effective, pleasurable "feel good" show than Sunday afternoon's Boston Pops salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein at Tanglewood.The mostly-unheralded, recent addition to the busy pre-season calendar at the … more
ehirsch@berkshireeagle.comSHEFFIELD — Acclaimed fiddler player Jamie Laval has played in front of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, on the NBC "Today Show" and on Dave Matthews' platinum album, "Some Devil." Now, he's coming to Sheffield. The … more
Hailed as the "the most successful and influential choreographer alive, and indisputably the most musical," by the New York Times, Mark Morris knows a thing or 150 (he's also created over 150 works for the Mark Morris Dance Group) about music.This … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — On the one hand, the mash-up of the two baroque comic operas is like a TV sitcom, switching back and forth from one set of characters to another. On the other hand, that's also the way librettos for baroque comic operas were … more
LENOX — On Sunday, two days after he is scheduled to perform at Tanglewood's Seiji Ozawa Hall, pianist Joey Alexander will turn 14. There will be plenty to celebrate. In his short career, Alexander has released two albums, "My Favorite Things" … more
LENOX — More than two decades after its release, Steven Spielberg's "Jaws" still harbors a fierce bite. Inaugurating a busy mini-season of nine Boston Pops performances this summer, the screening of "Jaws in Concert" on Sunday night proved … more
GREAT BARRINGTON - The takeaway seemed to be that the more things change, the more they stay the same.Aston Magna opened its concert season Saturday night with "Music for Forbidden Dances." The early music festival lifted its skirts and waded boldly … more
What began as a joke about Harry Potter starting a rock band has turned into a musical project for Norwood, Mass., brothers Paul and Joe DeGeorge spanning 15 years and spawning an entire genre known as Wizard Rock."In just a few days, my brother … more
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