“I was either a student, or very young reporter or critic, and I could see I was maybe one of two, or one of three women, [and] one of the only women of color."
With new grant, Boston’s guerilla chamber orchestra plots orchestral future
Michael Unterman is a professional concert cellist, but his morning routine is decidedly computer-based.
Most days, the musician goes straight to his laptop to answer emails and write blog posts and program notes. As a member of the Boston chamber orchestra ...
Easton’s micro film festival makes an international splash
Who says you need a feature-length runtime to tell a compelling story through film? Certainly not Jason Daniels, the founder and coordinator of the 100-Second Film Festival. Though it’s based out of Easton, the festival attracts filmmakers from 30 countries ...
The three-day celebration will shine spotlights on culture from the Boston area and beyond, plus pack plenty of panels and signings with book makers galore.