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Ella and Frank - The Concert

Don't miss “Ella and Frank, A Celebration of the Great American Songbook,” featuring the amazing vocal talents of American Idol finalist live Siobhan Magnus and the incomparable Mark Mahar, backed by Boston Swing!  Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald made history in 1974 when they performed 16 sold-out performances at the Uris Theatre on Broadway.  Ella and Frank captures the magic of these performances with the stellar vocal stylings of Magnus and Mahar, as they perform the hits made famous by Ella and Frank.   

 

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

The Taj Mahal Trio

PRE-SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 at 10AM

PUBLIC ON SALE START FRIDAY, MAY 20 at 10AM

 

Blues/world music artist Taj Mahal was born Henry Saint Clair Fredericks in Harlem, New York, on May 17, 1942, to a musical family; his father was a jazz pianist/composer and his mother was a singer and teacher. The family moved to Springfield, Massachusetts during Fredericks's youth, and he grew up in a rich, diverse cultural environment. A singer, he went on to learn a variety of instruments, including the piano, clarinet and harmonica, taking up the guitar and bass as well and learning blues styles.

 

A statuesque, emotional presence onstage who feels the music wholly in his body, Mahal has become known for exploring a wide range of genres and earned a reputation as a musicologist with attention paid to the cultural origins of song, including his own Caribbean and African-American/Southern roots (captured in his song "West Indian Revelation" for instance) as well as other communities from around the world. His music has incorporated the sounds of the Pacific Isles, South Asia and West and East Africa, among others.

 

Mahal has released dozens of albums over the course of his career, includingHappy to Be Just Like I Am (1971), Music Fuh Ya' (Music Para Tu) (1977), Taj(1987), Dancing the Blues (1993) and Mkutano (2005). He has also recorded work for children on the Music for Little People label, such as Shake Sugaree(1988), Peace Is the World Smiling (1989) and Smilin' Island of Song (1992).

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Sandra Bernhard

Sandra Bernhard in her all new show

 

“Feel the Bernhard”

 

     In “Feel the Bernhard”, not unlike Bernie Sanders, Sandy has had it with the 1%. If you’re sick and tired of being held down, join the 99%ers for a revolution Sandy style.  As The New Yorker wrote “Sandra Bernhard teaches the children—all those burgeoning spoken-word artists and monologists—how to perform observational comedy with style, and right on the political edge”.

 

     Bernhard also recently launched her own hugely popular daily show Sandyland on SiriusXM Radio’s new Radio Andy channel (102) headed up by Andy Cohen. Her strong opinions and unique perspective, along with her provocative, spontaneous conversations with a wide spectrum of guests from the worlds of entertainment and fashion have made Sandyland hugely popular.

 

     She debuted “Feel the Bernhard” at Joe’s Pub in New York City during her sold-out six night run, of which TheatreMania wrote…."Bernhard knows what her audience wants, and she has them eating out of the palm of her hand from the second she walks onstage. There's no greater joy than watching a masterful comedian feed off her crowd and give it right back to them in the form of an evening that's as hilarious as it is truthful."

 

     Sandra Bernhard continues to tour nationally and overseas with her new live show, spotlighting her own unique, sharp blend of hysterical insight and outspoken views, with rock-n-roll, cabaret, stand-up and a little burlesque. Bernhard’s show, which also features her band The Flawless Zircons, has been selling out venues in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and all points in between.

 

 

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8:00 pm
Provincetown Town Hall Provincetown, MA

Peter Yarrow & Paul Stookey


Having just celebrated their 50th anniversary together, Grammy-winners Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey carry on the proud tradition of their 1960s iconic folk-singing trio Peter, Paul & Mary.  Since Mary's
death in 2009, Peter and Noel Paul have continued to perform as a duo, singing many of the group's classic hits, including "If I Had a Hammer," "Blowin' in the Wind," "Puff (The Magic Dragon)," "I Dig Rock & Roll Music," and "Leaving on a Jet Plane."  No American folk group lasted longer or amassed a more loyal following in the 45 years that Peter, Paul & Mary performed together. The trio won five Grammys, produced 13 Top-40 hits, and recorded over two dozen albums; including eight gold and five platinum albums.

 

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

An Evening With Garrison Keillor

One of the most prolific American storytellers of all time, Garrison Keillor is a writer and humorist best known for his popular live radio variety show, A Prairie Home Companion, which attracts more than 4 million listeners on more than 600 public radio stations each week.

Keillor is also the host of the daily radio and online program, The Writers Almanac, and the editor of several anthologies of poetry, most recently, 
Good Poems: American Places. A best-selling author, he has published more than two dozen books, including Lake Wobegon Days, The Book of Guys, Pilgrims, Guy Noir and the Straight Skinny, and Homegrown Democrat. In 2006, Keillor played himself alongside a cast that included Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin and Kevin Kline, in the critically acclaimed film adaptation of A Prairie Home Companion, directed by Robert Altman.

With Grammy, ACE, and George Foster Peabody awards, Keillor has also been honored with the National Humanities Medal, and election to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. 

Offering insight and stories from his journey as one of America’s greatest storytellers, Keillor captivates audiences with his unique blend of comedy, charisma and wisdom.

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3:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

An Evening With Garrison Keillor

One of the most prolific American storytellers of all time, Garrison Keillor is a writer and humorist best known for his popular live radio variety show, A Prairie Home Companion, which attracts more than 4 million listeners on more than 600 public radio stations each week.

Keillor is also the host of the daily radio and online program, The Writers Almanac, and the editor of several anthologies of poetry, most recently, 
Good Poems: American Places. A best-selling author, he has published more than two dozen books, including Lake Wobegon Days, The Book of Guys, Pilgrims, Guy Noir and the Straight Skinny, and Homegrown Democrat. In 2006, Keillor played himself alongside a cast that included Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin and Kevin Kline, in the critically acclaimed film adaptation of A Prairie Home Companion, directed by Robert Altman.

With Grammy, ACE, and George Foster Peabody awards, Keillor has also been honored with the National Humanities Medal, and election to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. 

Offering insight and stories from his journey as one of America’s greatest storytellers, Keillor captivates audiences with his unique blend of comedy, charisma and wisdom.

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7:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood

Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmy nominated Whose Line Is It Anyway? have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy.  Using their quick wit, Colin and Brad take contributions from the audience to create hilarious and original scenes…. Just like a live version of 'Whose Line'! Throughout the evening, the show becomes truly interactive as audience members are called to the stage to participate in the fun. Their high-profile presentations have played to sold-out venues all over the country.

 

The highly-anticipated twelfthseason of the hit TV show, "Whose Line is it Anyway?" is currently running on the CW network.

 

The Show (in their own words)

The world's funniest improv show, featuring the brilliant comic stylings of Brad Sherwood and his addle-brained sidekick, Colin Mochrie. It is the longest running international improv show on planet earth, we think. - Brad Sherwood

 

An evening of interactive comedy with big belly laughs supplied by improv icon Colin Mochrie and eye candy for the visually impaired by Brad Sherwood. The most fun you can have with a theatre full of people that's legal and doesn't include washing up. - Colin Mochrie

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7:30 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

The Manhattan Transfer & Take 6

The Summit Tour



The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 will begin a special collaboration with their 2016 "The Summit"
tour. Both of these legendary acts have 10 Grammy Awards to their credit amongst a host of other recognitions. Each will perform a set, culminating with a duet featuring the tightest harmonies known in the music business as well as in innovative arrangements and funky grooves.

 

The Manhattan Transfer marks the 40th anniversary of their debut recording this year while Take 6 celebrated its 25th anniversary last year. The Manhattan Transfer remains a cornerstone for great jazz and pop hits that earned them induction into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Take 6 has been recognized as the quintessential a capella group in virtually every genre. They were inducted last year into the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame, from whom they have received 10 Dove Awards in addition to their Soul Train Music Award, BRE (Black Radio Exclusive) Vocal Group of the Year and more.

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Art Garfunkel: In Close-Up

PRE-SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 at 10AM

PUBLIC ON SALE START FRIDAY, MAY 20 at 10AM

 

Although it has been over 40 years since Bridge Over Troubled Water was recorded, Art Garfunkel's image and signature vocal remain among the most instantly recognizable in popular music.  His "beautiful countertenor," as Neil Strauss described Art's voice in The New York Times, is clear and resonant, surely one of the finest instruments in all of popular music, and a time-honored friend to a world of listeners.

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Tower of Power

Onsale Friday, April 22 at 10am

For close to 50 years, Tower of Power has been creating their own kind of soul music. Since 1968, Tower of Power has delivered their unique brand of music to their fans, appearing before sold out crowds as they tour the world each year. Tower’s sound can be hard to categorize, but the band's leader and founding member, Emilio Castillo, has labeled their sound as "Urban Soul Music."

 

Tower's rhythm section lays down a groove like no other band. The band’s horn driven sound is unique, and the way they approach everything, from writing and arranging to mixing and performing, is totally their own. Combine all of that with an outstanding lead vocalist and you have one of the most dynamic groups of musicians to ever hit the stage
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7:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Jim Brickman Comfort & Joy

Jim Brickman has revolutionized the sound of solo piano with his pop-style instrumentals and star studded vocal collaborations.

 

Since the release of his debut album “No Words” in 1994, Jim Brickman’s romantic piano sound has made him the best selling solo piano artist of our time.  His signature style has also brought him two Grammy nods, four Gold albums, and 30 charted adult radio hits. Brickman received top honors with two SESAC “Songwriter of the Year” awards, a Canadian Country Music Award and a Dove Award presented by the Gospel Music Association.

 

Jim Brickman’s newest CD, Comfort and Joy celebrates the warm feelings of the holiday season with a collection of Christmas classics and brand new original songs. Featured performers include Anne Cochran, Tracy Silverman, Charlie Allen, Leslie Odom Jr., Sandi Patty, John Oates and the legendary Johnny Mathis.

Brickman’s best-known compositions include the chart-toppers “Valentine”, “The Gift”, “Love of My Life”, “Simple Things” and “Peace.” He has established a reputation for his collaborations with many gifted musical artists that include: Martina McBride, Gerald Levert, Lady Antebellum, Michael W. Smith, Kenny Loggins, Carly Simon, Herb Alpert, Collin Raye, Michael Bolton, Sara Evans, Donny Osmond, and Olivia Newton-John.

 

Brickman has received worldwide acclaim as a performer. His concerts have been enjoyed internationally and in over 125 cities across the U.S, including shows at Carnegie Hall and the White House. He recently performed on his eighth Jim Brickman Cruise.  Jim Brickman also hosts Your Weekenda weekly radio show, heard in over 80 cities across North America.  He has authored three best-sellers, Simple Things, Love Notes and his latest book Soothe – How To Find Calm Amidst Everyday Chaos.

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3:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Vienna Boys Choir

The Wiener Sängerknaben or Vienna Boys' Choir (sometimes translated Vienna Choir Boys) is the world's foremost children's choral group. It is also among the oldest of all musical organizations, having been founded pursuant to an Imperial decree of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I on July 7, 1498; the Emperor wished boys' voices to be added to the choir of the Imperial Chapel, or Hofkapelle. This established a tradition of having the boys sing in weekly Sunday masses in the Imperial Chapel of the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, a tradition that continues today.

 

Over the centuries, illustrious composers have written masterpieces for the Boys' Choir of the Imperial Chapel, including Mozart, Bruckner, Gluck, and Schubert. Many great musicians got their start as members of the Boys' Choir; among them were the great conductors Hans Richter, Clemens Krauss, and Lovro von Matacic. During the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the choir became renowned for its secular performances as well, appearing in colorful Imperial-style military uniforms, each complete with a dagger. After World War I, wide popular and governmental disfavor of all things Imperial resulted in the dissolution of many long-standing institutions, including the Imperial Chapel Choir. However, Chaplain Joseph Schnitt remained in his position at the chapel and re-gathered the choir. Sparing no personal expense, he re-established a boarding school for the choristers. He replaced the imperial uniforms with a distinctive sailor-style uniform.

 

The Vienna Boys' Choir has the most stringent training and admittance policy in the world. Boys wishing to join must first gain entrance to a preparatory school where they receive a complete elementary education. Their instruction includes elements of musical theory, sight-singing, and the practice of singing, and instruction on at least one instrument; at the age of nine, they have to pass an examination based strictly on musical ability and vocal quality. There is no religious requirement. The teaching is purposely intensive in order that their education not be slighted due to the frequent touring. There are usually two choirs away on a tour at any given time, most frequently for three months. They are accompanied by their choirmaster, their tutor, and a nurse. Vienna Choir Boys have visited the United States well in excess of 50 times since 1932 and have traveled to all six inhabited continents. They are beloved the world over for their lively singing style and beautiful tone and have commissioned a number of new works, including Britten's The Golden Vanity.


www.viennaboyschoir.net

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

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