Warren Miller's Children of Winter, the largest action sports film on the planet, is back for the 59th year! Presented in high definition, Children of Winter takes you on a global adventure to locations like Japan, Austria, Iceland, and more.
Tickets go on sale September 17, 2008, at 10:00 a.m.
In the years since she captured the public's musical imagination with her 1998 breakthrough album Just Won't Burn, the multi-talented musician has established a formidable reputation as a deeply expressive singer, a prodigiously talented guitarist, and a distinctive songwriter. Hope and Desire, Tedeschi's fourth album and her first for Verve Forecast, marks a substantial departure for the versatile artist, presenting her in the role of interpretive vocal stylist.
Idina Menzel's debut album, I Stand is a powerful collection of exquisite new songs written by the Tony Award-winning actress/singer/songwriter. With Idina's one-of-a-kind soaring voice and the talent of legendary Grammy-winning producer Glen Ballard, the final outcome is an album filled with pop tunes and heartfelt ballads--intimate yet universal stories of life, its challenges, relationships, and, of course, love.
Fleetwood Mac's lead guitarist, vocalist, visionary leader, and bold sonic architect, Lindsey Buckingham is a multiplatinum enigma—massively successful and still somehow an enduring, intriguing mystery.
The Fab Faux celebrates its 10th anniversary with Psychedelia!—a performance of music from the Beatles's psychedelic years. The band has put on this show only once before, at New York's historic Radio City Music Hall.
Critics have described the Fab Faux as nothing less than "brilliant" (Associated Press), tackling the Beatles's "most complex studio work without breaking a sweat" (New York Times), and re-creating albums "few would dare play live" (New York Post).
Tickets go on sale August 8, 2008 at 10:00 a.m.
$100, $55, $40, reserved seating. $100 tickets include post show meet & greet with the band.
Philadelphia-born Taalib Johnson is burgeoning r&b artist Musiq Soulchild, whose influences include James Brown, Patti LaBelle, Billie Holiday, and Sly and the Family Stone. The son of a die-hard '70s soul music fan, Musiq performed at Philly showcases, and management team Mama's Boys (Jerome Hipps and Michael mcArthur) brought him to Def Jam Records' attention. Musiq's first single, "Just Friends (Sunny )," appeared on the soundtrack to Nutty Professor II: The Klumps. Two years later Musiq released his second album, the spiritual and personal Juslisen, which debuted at number one on the Billboard r&b/hip-hop charts. The following year brought the widely acclaimed Soulstar, and in 2007, after moving to Atlantic, Musiq released the more mature Luvanmusiq.
Guitar faculty member Thaddeus Hogarth leads his group in a performance of original funk and rhythm and blues material from his upcoming DVD Live at Bose II. The ensemble includes David Sparr on keyboards, David Buda on bass (faculty), and Joey Scrima (summer faculty) on drums, with Hogarth on vocals, guitar, and chromatic harmonica.
Matt Hales, also known as Aqualung, is a British singer/songwriter who has had songs featured on popular television shows such as Grey's Anatomy, Scrubs, Gossip Girl, Skins, One Tree Hill, The O.C., and many more. His piano rock style embraces everything from space rock to glockenspiel.
$13 general admission, student discount available at the Berklee Performance Center box office