Music


Clark Rubenshtein, Opera Prodigy

By Matt Robinson

Commonwealth Lyric Theatre Artistic Director Alexander Prokhorov saw in Clark Rubinshtein what he terms “an opera gene.”Read More


Bob Dylan Meets Opera on Israeli Album

By Matt Robinson

Diva de Lai, an eclectic Israeli band, is putting its own novel spin on the legendary Jewish musician.Read More


First Light Family Concert

The Jon Nelson Band will highlight the Merrimack Valley Jewish Federation’s annual First Light celebration on Sunday, December 15.Read More


Joy of Music is Key

By Penny Schwartz

In a life noteworthy for its contrasts, Eran Egozy thrives in harmony.Read More


High Schooler Sees a Musical Future

By Amy Forman

His first CD includes classical compositions, singer-style songs and some jazz.Read More


Singing for Veterans

By Matt Robinson

A new original song called “Come Home America” is sure to become a patriotic standard for the new millenniumRead More


‘Gershwin, Cole Porter and Friends’

Jazz and cabaret recording artists The Follen Angels will return to The Marblehead Little Theatre to perform the show, “An Evening of Gershwin, Cole Porter and Friends” on Saturday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m.Read More


This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Music

Surprise someone you love this holiday with a gift certificate to see a concert at the beautiful, seaside Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport.Read More


Fanfare for the Common Voice

By Matt Robinson

When most people hear the word “baritone,” they picture a lusty troubadour romancing the ladies. But that’s not necessarily an accurate picture.Read More


The Beauty of Jewish Music

By Alan Cohen

I was raised on Jewish music. The voices of the Barry Sisters, the sounds of Mickey Katz and his Kosher Jammers, and the humor of Allen Sherman were as common as my parents’ voices.Read More


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