Arts


Philharmonic Conductor’s Family, Musical Roots Trace Back to War-Time Germany

By Matt Robinson

Benjamin Zander has spent 36 years as conductor of the Boston Philharmonic, which he founded in 1979.Read More


A Theatrical Violin Concert in Celebration of Sara

“Sara’s Voice, sotto voce,” has been organized and planned by Deborah Shelkan Remis of Swampscott.Read More


From Tampico to Television

By Amy Forman

After his role with “Royal Pains” ended, Dr. Irv Danesh tried his own hand at writing, starting first with a screenplay about his unusual medical school experience.Read More


Arthur Miller’s ‘Broken Glass’ A Vivid Reflection of Humanity

By Sheila Barth

As a tribute to the playwright’s birthday centennial on October 17, New Rep’s season opens with Miller’s lesser-known play.Read More


Animal Tales: Sculpture by Nancy Schön

By Tana Goldberg

Newest exhibit at the Wenham Museum — “Animal Tales” — invites you to an exhibit by nationally renowned artist Nancy Schön of Newton.Read More


‘Waitress’ Delivers a Satisfying Musical Theater Treat

By Sheila Barth

Although “Waitress” isn’t your typical feel-good musical, it’s uplifting and high-spirited. Don’t miss it.Read More


Flying Horse Sculpture Exhibit at Pingree

The exhibit will feature 45 works by 39 New England artists, all displayed on the 100-acre campus of Pingree School in South Hamilton.Read More


The Power of Pictures

The exhibit covers the period from the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution through the 1930s.Read More


Soviet Power and Imagery

By Joshua Resnek

Arkady Shaiket is associated with photographs that bear a grand and regal countenance that came to be known in the Soviet Union of that era as “artistic reportage.”Read More


Recreating Sara’s Voice in Latvia and in Concert

By Deborah Shelkan Remis

“Sara’s Voice sotto voce,” a theatrical violin concert, will be performed at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport on October 18.Read More


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