Are we seeing the birth of a competing union, one dedicated to mobilizing a generation of musicians whose needs aren’t being met by the American Federation of Musicians?
“At Boston Baroque, as we look to the future, we take comfort in knowing that redefining ourselves is in our organization’s DNA.”
Our eyes may be quarantined, but our minds are not.
Much of what artists and educators who enter prisons typically aim to do is help foster human connections with those on the inside.
If ever there was a season the BSO needed to put its right foot forward — balancing the core repertory with some strong steps outside of it — this is the one.
“We believe the way to move through these times is 6 feet apart and ALL TOGETHER.”
Ironically, sheltering at home reminds us that walking through some neighborhoods in Boston is an aesthetically enriching experience.
I’ve always believed that dance has a literature, much like music or drama. Dance’s literature consists of both ideas (choreography) and the execution of ideas (performance).
Vibrant, independent theater in Boston and throughout New England will not be sustained if the demolition starts at the bottom and moves up.