Through their rich but rustic sound, Toronto roots-rock outfit The Young Novelists deliver a dose of honesty in audible form. Made us strangers, their upcoming sophomore effort, showcases a significant sonic progression for the band. Ripe with raw but elegant instrumentation and stacked multi-layered harmonies, their pure take on folk-tinged rock translates equally well from the stereo or stage.
Singer-Songwriter Louis Apollon was born and raised in the suburbs of New York City by parents of Haitian descent. Music had always been something that sparked curiosity for him. From learning his way around his first instrument, the clarinet, to trying to imitate sounds coming from the radio, to breaking his father’s old record player trying to scratch old records. It was not uncommon to hear sounds from around the world on a daily basis, and those sounds influenced the music he makes today.
Using music as the medium, Portuguese educators Paulo Maria Rodrigues and Helena Rodrigues share examples of artistic projects and explore themes of human connection and communication through a variety of movement and vocal activities that aim to create collaboration and...
A town-hall style conversation with three activist powerhouses talking about the role of the arts and culture in the lives of girls globally. Open to the public. Presented by: Office for the Arts and the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School,...
Carson Cooman, Composer in Residence at The Memorial Church of Harvard University, presents a Holy Week-themed organ recital on the Fisk, Skinner, and Klop organs. Music will include works by Willscher, Ferrari, Woodman, Machajdík, and Leijon.
Presented by: The Memorial Church of Harvard University
Cage Shuffle is a 50 minute dance/theater solo. In Cage Shuffle, Paul Lazar speaks a series of one-minute stories by John Cage from his 1963 score Indeterminacy, while simultaneously performing a complex choreographic score by Annie-B Parson.