The Rogers Center will kick-off the St. Patrick’s season in style with these superb performers. A host of various instruments and five male vocals, using precise three-part harmonies blend perfectly for what many have described as a wall of sound. The Makem and Spain Brothers are at their best onstage where their talent and enthusiasm draw in fans who have never experienced the joy of folk music.
Advance Tickets: $20 general and $18 for students & seniors; Door: $25
Ticket Office: 978-837-5355 | www.merrimack.edu
Presented in association with Celebrity Series of Boston
Circa comes from Australia with a blaze of reviews and public acclaim following performances in over 18 countries around the world. Their core ensemble of multi-talented circus performers and tour-ready productions have been seen in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. Beauty, love and various shades of human connection expressed in a thrilling spectacle of acrobatics?
Revels Repertory Company Touring Ensemble in “An American Journey”
Acclaimed touring ensemble "Revels Rep" presents an original program about immigration. Set in 1907, when more people immigrated to the United States than in any other year (1.25 million), “An American Journey” focuses on the three largest groups, Irish, Italians and Eastern European Jews, but honors the struggles and courage of all who have left their homeland to come to the United States.
Ever wondered what all those stops on the organ console mean? In fact, what is a stop anyway? How does the organ work and why are there so many manuals? Organist Malcolm Halliday will offer an organ demonstration and workshop called "Welcome to the Organ" for any interested people in the greater community who'd like to learn how a pipe organ works. This workshop will be geared toward children grade 6 and older, as well as adults of any age.
U.S. Debut of Cuban Band Honoring West African and Afro-Cuban Traditions
Los Hermanos Arango – joined by Berklee College of Music students, faculty, and alumni makes its U.S. debut. Los Hermanos Arango is a seven-piece ensemble from Guanabacoa, Cuba, Havana’s epicenter for Afro-Cuban folkloric culture and West African traditions. Unaltered ritual voice and hand drumming is at the core of the band’s sound - rare by most Cuban groups - which also features electric bass, keyboards, brass, and wind instruments.
It could happen to any of us. You wake up one morning with slight weakness in your left leg and by the end of the day you're in your local hospital's ICU with tubes running into your arms,nose and down your throat. You've lost your ability to speak and move. You say "yes" or "no" by blinking your eyes. It seems like the ultimate nightmare but it's the terrifying reality of mismanaged medical care. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by Robert Samuels as he recounts his horrifying treatment in one of America's top hospitals.
The Constitution was born out of revolution. In fact the framers created the Constitution to reflect this and for future generations to react to their times. However, many will argue that some have taken this to the extreme. Case in point, "The Occupy" movement. What's your interpretation? Tune in this Sunday evening when Al is joined by Constitutional scholar and author David Bodenhamer. You have a perfect right to agree or disagree.
The piano is 300 years old and from the time of its creation it has cast a spell over musicians and audiences alike. The piano changed the ways in which musicians toured and presented themselves to the public and the piano changed audiences expectations about presentation and showmanship. From Mozart’s first concertos to Jerry Lee Lewis’ incendiary keyboard techniques, the piano has captured the mind and soul of musicians and listeners all over the world like no other musical instrument. Tune in tonight for a wide-ranging talk with pianist and writer STUART ISACOFF.