Boston’s Apollo raises questions about racial and sexual identity, as well as the social statuses that came with those identities.
Salang Yang and Hyein Kang, known from ‘World of Dance’, bring their unique style of combining Latin dancing, hip-hop, and jazz to Boston.
Nikita Mndoyants introduces the Gardner’s Weekend Concert Series with four intense pieces.
‘True pearl: an opera in five tapestries’ was inspired by and written about the five 16th-century Flemish tapestries from the workshop of Jan Moy that have been on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum since 1914. The opera is a key component of the museum’s latest exhibit, ‘Common Threads: Weaving Stories Across Time.’
Gretchen Parlato entertained the crowd at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum with unconventional musical stylings and calm crooning as a part of the RISE Music Series.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum curators discussed the significance of relic collecting in relation to the current exhibition “Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth.”
“At first look, Angelico’s might be like many others,” Strehlke said. “What I want to focus on, however, are several details which show us an artist working within a traditional framework, but, already at the start of his career, engaging in a search for a new type of realistic depiction.”
For this year’s season, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum partnered with Berklee College of Music to host its RISE music series. On Thursday, the event hosted a Boston-based husband-and-wife duo, the A-Beez, for the release of their second studio album entitled ‘Say Goodbye.’
This Thursday, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will host its “All the Feels” Third Thursday event—the perfect reprieve after a busy week.