In George Balanchine’s Serenade and Symphony in C and in Wayne McGregor’s Chroma, architecture comes to the fore, but not exactly conveying the message that company director Mikko Nissinen seems to have intended.
Don’t be late for a very important date when the Coolidge Corner Theatre hosts a Sunday morning, high-def broadcast of the Royal Ballet’s production of Christopher Wheeldon’s celebrated “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” on May 5.
You have to appreciate a guy who expressed his concern for both the drought on the Texas plains and the local arts community’s drought in terms of cancelled jazz programming on WGBH and the closing of the BOSTON PHOENIX.
Wondering about what to give the arts and culture lover on your gift list? No problem—the sage writers for The Arts Fuse (with an assist from our readers) come to the rescue with thoughtful suggestions.
No question that the culture of Mexico is suffused with memories of music, bright colors, and joy. Would that contemporary political realities reflected more closely the life-enhancing images on stage.