Enjoy Boston Camerata’s Free America! for its high spirits and its crafty, delicious way of making the iconoclasm of the past come alive.
There’s a remarkable breadth and depth, both textural and musical, to this collection of songs and dances that date back to the earliest years of the Republic.
The Boston Camerata’s lucid production placed emphasis on music and movement and a chiaroscuro-inspired use of light and shadow.
The Boston Camerata’s imaginative staging of The Play of Daniel generated plenty of “serious fun.”
The Boston Camerata proffers a constant sense of discovery and rediscovery, of unusually lively musicianship and scholarship, and a sprightly sense of the humanity – and the snarly complexity – behind the music it performs.
February feels like the ‘New November’: concerts of real interest during the weekdays and too many great concerts during the weekends.
All in all, this Boston Camerata concert featured fine musicianship, expertise in voice and every instrument, scholarly renditions of the scores and texts, and joyful music making.
March highlights include the American premiere of Boston Camerata’s homage to mystics of the Middle ages, innovative programming from the Chameleon Arts Ensemble, and appearances by heavyweights pianist Evgeny Kissin, paying homage to birthday boy Franz Liszt, and guitarist John Williams. By Susan Miron Wednesday Concert Series, held each Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. — 6:30 p.m. […]