BSO and Dutoit Bring the Devil to Boston

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Beginning in the 19th century, the legend of Faust, as written by Goethe, inspired a number of orchestral compositions, including Wagner’s “Faust Overture,” Liszt’s “Faust-Symphony” and Schumann’s “Scenes from Goethe’s Faust.” Today, one of the most well-known is Berlioz’s La Damnation de Faust (English: The Damnation of Faust) On Oct. 28, the Boston Symphony Orchestra...continue reading




Glass Animals at Agganis Arena

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For those who have not heard of Glass Animals before, or have had the opportunity to see them live, be prepared to have your mind blown. Like trying out a new food and having your taste buds explode because you weren’t expecting the rich, exquisite flavor at the tip of your tongue, that sensation is...continue reading




Kaleo at House of Blues

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Icelandic rock band Kaleo performed a sold-out show at the House of Blues Oct. 16 as part of their Express Tour. Joined by two opening bands, it was a long night of varied musical styles. Kaleo appeared on-stage to the cheers of the crowd and to the beat of “Afternoon Delight” by Starland Vocal Band,...continue reading




Atlas Genius at ONCE Ballroom

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ONCE Ballroom in Somerville played host to three bands Oct. 14 for a night of spirited entertainment and broken boundaries. Half the Animal, an alternative pop rock band from Laguna Beach, California, opened the show. Made up of lead vocalist Chase Johnson, drummer Nick Gross, bassist Evan Smith and guitarist Alex Asch, they gave a...continue reading




Foster the People at House of Blues

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Though it was a Wednesday night, the fans came through for Foster the People at the House of Blues Sept. 13. While it was not a sold out show, the energy and liveliness in the venue made it feel like one, sending the audience into a frenzy as they basked in the music. The first...continue reading