Grammy Award–winning conductor Arnie Roth leads the Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra through a captivating and specially conceived program of Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY for this triumphant return to Boston's celebrated Symphony Hall. With music from all fourteen games, including beloved classics, previews from the latest releases, and a stunning high definition video presentation of exclusive content from game developers SQUARE ENIX, don't miss this inimitable and immersive experience into the world of FINAL FANTASY.
As part of a full singer-songwriter bill, Clarity presents songs that take the listener along for the ride through her internal struggles with being different and her heartbreaks with the opposite sex. Clarity is a 17-year-old singer-songwriter and Universal recording artist raised in Nashville, Tennessee, but her unique sound might best be described as extraterrestrial synth pop. With a fresh, honest narrative, she sheds light on what it's like to be the odd one out.
With a shared respect for well-crafted songs, the Field Effect packs a collective punch spiked with introspective lyrics, infectious melodies, and ferocious rhythms. An antidote to the seemingly endless movement of aloof, lo-fi indie music, the Field Effect reclaims the genre with their passion for lyrical honesty, musical ability, and a fearless plight to make music for the many and not just the few. Since forming in 2011, the band has received rave reviews for both their energetic live shows and for their debut studio release.
After starting off 2014 following the polar vortex through the Midwest on a short tour with Modern Baseball and the Hundred Acre Woods, the Color and Sound returned home to Boston to write their follow-up EP, Peace Of Mind. The band feels confident standing behind the music and experiences they've made together and look forward to what 2015 has to offer.
Ryan Langlois'smost recent project, Bandit, incorporates the tongue-in-cheek humor of Warren Zevon while paying homage to other influences such as Rooney and the Rolling Stones. Though plans for a full-length solo album are already underway, he continues to write with other artists to fortify his ability in all genres.
Side One is a collective of five musicians fronted by vocalist Catey Esler. Inspired by the music of Robert Glasper and many other jazz, R&B, and hip-hop artists, Side One creates a unique sound with a funky groove. At this show, they will perform original songs from their EP as well as some covers.