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Despite pandemic hurdles, Mass music instructors hit new high notes. “My teaching has gone to another level.”
Art show at Piano Craft Gallery until March 28.
“What does the music ask you to do? Not the band, not the client, not the producer, not even yourself. What does the music require?”
The Tourist Trap has gone back to just being a basement again.
Even as the pandemic rages in prisons, vaccines and masks are seen as “a sign of weakness”
On recording remotely during a pandemic and rocking even harder.
“Together we got through the economic crisis after 9/11 and the financial crash of 2008. With a little luck and perseverance, we will find a way to survive this crisis too.”
Performing artists are facing particularly high unemployment in this COVID-wracked year of 2020. Alison Qu, Jude Torres and Alexa Albanese are Boston local artists who live under this pandemic. These interviews were conducted between September to November. Here is a video for their stories during this unprecedented time.
Mass pols will get no more favors from Dig on COVID response