Born the middle child of seven daughters to free-spirited, creative parents, Butterfly grew up traveling the Australian outback and playing music. Her creative nature led her to a path as a successful solo artist whose music has been heard and embraced around the world.
A comedy show with the best Dominican humorists, presented by Raymond Pozo and Miguel Cespedes who are celebrating their 15th year in the entertainment business. The hosts of the night will be Freddy Beras Goico, Cuquin Victoria, and Felipe Polanco "Boruga," who will also perform their comedy stand-up routines. Sergio Vargas, a renowned merengue band, will be the musical performer for the night. This event will be presented entirely in Spanish.
Un show de comedias con los mejores exponentes de la República Dominicana. Raymond Pozo y Miguel Cespedes cumplen sus 15 años en el arte y estarán presentado sus populares parodias. Los presentadores de la noche serán Freddy Beras Goico, Cuquin Victoria, y Felipe Polanco "Boruga," quienes también estarán presentando sus rutinas. La musica la pondrá Sergio Vargas y su orquesta una de las orquestas mas reconocidas de merengue.
Jenny Owen Youngs’s songs straddle the heart-wrenching and the tongue-in-cheek and say giddyup. Jukebox the Ghost has been called an
extremely entertaining piano-pop trio. Also appearing, These United
Boyce Avenue, a Florida-based band popular for its acoustic roots and melodic rock sound, consists of three brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano. The band released its second full-length in spring 2009.
The third album in four years from song interpreter extraordinaire Madeleine Peyroux, Bare Bones is both an extension of the currents of 2004's Careless Love and 2006's Half the Perfect World and a bold step into previously unexplored psychological terrain. Produced like its two predecessors by Larry Klein, this fluid and enthralling new work is Peyroux's most personal yet—hardly surprising considering she had a hand in writing each of the 11 songs, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Also appearing: Kelly Joe Phelps.
World premiere of an original opera based on the play by Romulus Linney. Music by Larry Bell, libretto by Linney and Andrea Olmstead. Bell conducts a cast of 22 opera singers and electronic instrument players (all Berklee faculty). Fully staged with costumes and lighting.
The Jazz Composers Alliance presents music by Jim Hobbs, Darrell Katz, and Norm Zocher. Featuring Melanie Howell, baritone; Jim Hobbs, alto; Alec Spiegelman, alto; Phil Scarff, tenor; Rebecca Shrimpton, voice.