Released to accommodate unconverted theaters, the silent Blackmail is leaner than the sound version and all the more disquieting for its subtle shifts in perspective. A documentary-style prologue establishes the rule of law in swift, precise strokes, but culpability ultimately proves elusive after a young woman grabs for a kitchen knife to defend herself from a darkly intimated rape. No sooner has the woman’s policeman boyfriend determined to cover up her crime than a supremely confident blackmailer materializes at the family shop. Hitchcock...
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall, 3 Oxford St., Cambridge
Join the Parker Quartet for an afternoon of music on Sunday, November 17. The program includes Mozart, String Quartet in D major, K499 "Hoffmeister"; Kirchner, String Quartet #1 (1949); Schubert, and Cello Quintet in C Major (with guest cellist Roman Borys).
Free tickets will be available through the Harvard Box Office beginning November 3.
The ArtLab presents Claire Chase's Density 2036, part vi. A recital of new music commissioned for flute featuring Constellation Chor, the New York City based vocal performance ensemble.
2019 marks the is sixth year of Claire Chase's Density 2036, a 23-year project to commission an entirely new body of repertory for solo flute each year until the 100th anniversary of Edgard Varèse’s groundbreaking 1936 flute solo, Density 21.5.
Claire Chase will perform new works by Olga Neuwirth, Phyllis Chen, Pamela Z, Nathan David, Marcos Balter and Sarah Hennies...
Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School, Kresge Way, Boston
Enjoy a performance by the Longwood Symphony conducted by Ronald Feldman followed by a panel discussion by some of the Musical Medical Stars! The panel discussion will be around the intersection between Music and Medicine and Innovation.
Lisa Wong, MD (violin); Milton Pediatric Associates, HMS, CHB, MGH, BWH; Assistant Co-Director, Arts and Humanities Initiative at Harvard Medical School
Leonard Zon, MD (trumpet); Director, Stem Cell Program, Boston Children’s Hospital; Grousbeck...
Three-time Grammy nominated chamber orchestra A Far Cry returns to the Harvard Ed Portal for a cross-disciplinary exploration of Film Noir. Experience a whole evening of music written at the heydey of the Hollywood era: sumptuous, deeply felt, and acquainted with darkness, even psychosis.
Join A Far Cry for an open rehearsal and discussion that will preview the ensemble’s upcoming concert, American Noir, explore popular films of the era, and shed light on the composers behind the music: Jewish immigrants whose style set the tone for a generation of film music that...
Harvard University Bands presents 2019 Montage Concert: Celebrating the Harvard Band’s 100th Anniversary. This concert will feature Harvard Monday Jazz Band, Harvard Wind Ensemble, and the Harvard Band. Guest Soloist, Boston Symphony Tubist, Mike Roylance.
From an exploration of musical memories to a work that draws from the intricate patterns of stuttered speech, excerpts of four new works for solo flute will be presented in a lecture-performance format featuring four flute students of Professor Claire Chase: Jessica Shand, Mai Nguyen, Jennifer Wang and Taiga Ultan. Chase and guest composer Liza Lim will moderate a discussion with...
Join the Harvard ArtLab, Harvard’s new laboratory for art and research, for an opening celebration on September 21! Allston-based tap dance company Subject: Matter will kick off the celebration with a performance beginning promptly at 10:00am accompanied by a live jazz band. Visitors can have their portrait taken by Boston-based photographer OJ Slaughter and experience the ArtLab’s sound studio and A*, the multi-channel art installation by Harvard Film Study Center Fellow Andy Graydon.
Concert for One will pair individual listeners with solo musicians for 60 seconds of focused live performance and concentrated listening, fostering intimate connections between performers and audience members. Performances will take place inside a temporary art installation on the Science Center Plaza featuring an interactive lobby and performance space that will have just enough room for two chairs, two people and an instrument.
Concert for One is free and open to the public, no reservations or tickets required.The performer’s name, instrument, and what...
Hatch Memorial Shell, 47 David G Mugar Way, Boston
The Harvard Summer Pops Band, now in its 47th year, is pleased to present the outdoor concert Musical Moments, at the Hatch Memorial Shell in Boston. The ensemble is conducted by the Director of the Harvard Band and Wind Ensemble, Mark Olson.
The soloist on July 28 is oboist Amanda Harding who is on faculty at New England Conservatory Preparatory School. She will perform Vincenzo Bellini’s Concert for Hautbois and Ennio Morricone’s Gabriel’s Oboe from the movie The Mission. Other works on the program include Julius Fucik’s ...
The Harvard Summer Pops Band, now in its 47th year, is pleased to present the outdoor concert Musical Moments. The ensemble is conducted by the Director of the Harvard Band and Wind Ensemble, Mark Olson.
The Harvard Summer Pops Band is comprised of approximately 130 members including students attending Harvard Summer School, area college students and community members of various ages.
Enjoy summer evenings with live music and fun for all ages at Summer Thursdays on the Plaza!
Play on the lush green lawn beneath the shade structure, dance through bubbles, get creative with chalk drawings, and play a wide assortment of lawn games. Plus, enjoy live music from the community from 5:30pm–6:30pm.
Hunnewell Building and Arboretum Landscape, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston
Join us for an enchanting evening of Tree Myths, Songs and Summer Solstice Legends. Attendees will hear tales of the human connection with trees and the deep meaning we have assigned to them through the ages. This unique performance, designed specifically for the Arnold Arboretum, travels through the Arboretum with story and music. Each story is told under a different tree or among a unique collection of Arboretum plants, culminating with the haunting Czech legend “The Wild Woman of the Birch Grove” told amid the birches at sunset. Appropriate for adults and for children twelve years and...
Ray Mellone Park, Honan Allston Public Library, 300 North Harvard St., Allston
Join the Harvard Ed Portal for the 2019 Summer Concert Series featuring a diverse lineup of performers whose family-friendly programs will have you dancing and singing along!
On June 17, the series kicks off with Afro-Brazilian percussion group Grooversity. Next up on July 15, Bamidele brings West African dancing and drumming to north Allston-Brighton. And on August 12, close out the season with Veronica Robles' and her all-female mariachi trio.
All events are free, open to the public, and rain or shine (rain location is inside the Honan Library auditorium). No...
Stop by the Farmers' Market at Harvard every Tuesday between 12:00pm-1:00pm to hear live musical performances from students of the Berklee College of Music. Presenting music across a broad range of styles and genres with different artists each week, this series is free and open to all!
Artist Lineup: June 11 - Mar Fayos June 18 - The Sun Sets in the East June 25 - Georgia Parker July 2 - Havins...