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In Dolly we trust

As the Dolly-verse has expanded, Parton has never seemed more popular than she is now.


Boston musician stages ‘a healing event’ with police, teens, and families of homicide victims

Code Listen, a project led by the Boston-based violinist and composer Shaw Pong Liu, returns to the Gardner Museum.


A concert to match the 'mystical quality’ in famous work by John Cage

The image of Cage’s composing space as a refuge from the tumult and commotion of New York, allowing the composer to seek a deeper and more private beauty, perfectly captures the music’s mysterious aura.


How Jewish immigrants created ‘the soundtrack of America’s Christmas’

Rob Kapilow, composer and host of the “What Makes it Great?” concert series, promised that after this Sunday’s “Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas,” you’ll never listen to your holiday favorites the same way again.

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Summer Walker is over it — and she’s not the only one

Walker, who played Boston on Monday, delivered one of the biggest R&B albums of the year, but anxiety and fame aren’t always a winning duo.


Christian Zacharias returns to the BSO with Schumann and Brahms

For his Boston performances, the German pianist and conductor performed a rarity not played by the BSO in Symphony Hall for over a century.

The old gang from WBCN is getting back together

A screening of “WBCN and the American Revolution” at Fenway Regal Cinema will reunite Charles Laquidara, Maxanne, and other on-air personalities from the station's counterculture years.


Composer Lei Liang scores $100,000 award for BMOP commission

‘A Thousand Mountains, A Million Streams...’, a piece inspired by climate change and the paintings of Huang Binhong, has been awarded the 2020 Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition.