Iridescence is a masterful set, with none of the tentative feeling …he bipped when he should have bopped …that sometimes afflicts free jazz outings.
Adam Sherman, Cambridge-based musician, voice teacher, and vocal coach never went away.
The Greater Boston Area is brimming with the holiday spirit, and so are we!
Contagious enjoyment is very much the goal of Ken Field’s Revolutionary Snake Ensemble. Mission accomplished.
There will be a public celebration of Margaret Weigel’s life on December 9 at Medford’s Chevalier Theater.
The late Karen Aqua was the rarest of birds — a working artist who seldom needed to compromise her ideals in order to succeed. Befitting the legacy of this vibrant visual artist, husband Ken Field and a small team of volunteers organized a public memorial/celebration of Karen’s life for family, friends, and colleagues Sunday, July 10th at Somerville, MA’s Center for Arts at the Armory.
By J. R. Carroll December is always an exasperating month for jazz fans: The first week is crammed with more events than any human without self-cloning abilities can possibly attend; after that, the major clubs close their doors many evenings in order to host private parties (hey, something has to pay the bills). The upside […]