CLICK, CLACK, MOOSIC WITH HELIX COLLECTIVE
MAR 2 - MAR 3
Family Music Programming This delightful music programming for ages 3-7 is a live musical storytime event featuring the Click Clack Moo! book by Doreen Cronin set to original music by Helix Collective resident composer, Phil Popham. Come meet musicians, explore an instrument petting zoo, and hear Click Clack Moo come to life!
BRIGHTWORK PRESENTS: I WILL LEARN TO LOVE A PERSON
MAR 30, 8PM
Music Style: New Music Brightwork Ensemble members Stacey Fraser (soprano), Aron Kallay (piano), Nick Terry (percussion), and Brian Walsh (clarinets) present music about love, longing, green skies, and an ever-expanding universe. Featuring Chris Cerronne's I will learn to love a person and AJ McCaffery's Murmurations.
THE BODY’S MIDNIGHT
APR 18-MAY 26
by Tira Palmquist directed by Jessica Kubzansky A co-production with IAMA What does it mean to get lost in America? Anne and David are set to find out as they embark on the perfect American road trip. They have a map, an impressive list of sights to see, and an itinerary that should put them in St. Paul just in time for the birth of their first grandchild. But soon their perfect plan is derailed by a troubling diagnosis and the beautiful impermanence of the world around them. As Anne and David veer off of their intended path, they are forced to grapple with the unavoidably messy and breathtaking journey of their lives.
MAY 4, 8PM
Music Style: New Music Playing a program of avant-garde compositions including pieces by John Zorn and Anton Weber, don’t miss the internationally renowned Quartet Integra, whose thrilling sound displays “an enormous wealth of colors... and sparkling rhythms.” (All News Press)
A GOING AWAY PARTY PLAY
SEPT 19-OCT 27
by Keyanna Khatiblou directed by James Fowler Mina is throwing a party for her closest friends and for you, the audience. Over the course of the party, the friends play games, reflect on the current American socio-political landscape, and discover truths about the story of Mina’s parents falling in love and staying in love while fleeing the Iranian Revolution. A Going Away Party Play is a celebration of multicultural identities and an exploration of what it means to leave or lose your home country.
KIRSTEN ASHLEY WIEST
OCT 13, 4PM
Music Style: Classical Coloratura soprano Kirsten Ashley Wiest brings a program rich with classical and contemporary opera to the Boston Court stage including pieces by Debussy, Strauss, and Clara and Robert Schumann, as well as innovative duets by Kaija Saariaho.
OCT 26, 8PM
Music Style: Diaspora Festival From her original French chansons to 1940s Shanghai jazz and multilingual folk, chanteuse and songwriter Jessica Fichot presents her unexpected and diverse repertoire of music from around the world, inspired by her own multicultural heritage.