The music of the Master Musicians of Jajouka is a gift to all who want to seek the divine through song, as I discovered myself in a Moroccan taxi many years ago.
Concert Review: Puddles Pity Party — It’s His Party, and He Will Cry If He Wants To
An exhilarating and entertaining evening with Puddles, a most personable and unique clown.
World Music Review: Tinariwen’s Saharan Grooves
Tinariwen’s music exudes determination, the soulful energy of ethnic resilience.
Concert Review: DakhaBrakha — Music of Ecstatic Energy
The members of DakhaBrakha have created something uniquely their own — “folk-punk.”
Music Review: The Mystery of Bulgarian Voices, Revealed
This is sweet and haunting music; and, like rose oil, it lingers.
Concert Review: After 700 Hundred Years, “The Play Of Daniel” Still Sings Truth To Power
The Boston Camerata’s lucid production placed emphasis on music and movement and a chiaroscuro-inspired use of light and shadow.