Barnaby Bright: The Longest Day is the Shortest Night

Brooklyn-based indie folk rock duo Barnaby Bright, have garnered high accolades for their lyrically captivating and impeccably balanced songwriting and sound.  As songwriters and performers, they seek to uncover ways to connect with the listener through the power of music, guiding them to both personal and universal discoveries Live performance…

Guido Ponzini and Myriam Farina: Harp and Viola da Gamba Remix

A vibrantly stunning performance offers a unique twist on the traditional sound of Viola da Gamba and Harp. Live performance at TEDxBologna.

Ben Zander conducts the Youth Orchestra of the Americas

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Epic!  Explore “the joy of humanity” with the first movement of Beethoven’s 7th symphony, and the last movement of Beethoven’s 5th.  Watch until the end and you’re in for a surprise! Performance at TEDxBoston.

Matt Venuti plays the hang

Matt Venuti shares his time performing as a soloist with the Hang (a musical instrument developed in 2000 in Berne, Switzerland by PANArt Hangbau AG) and with his band, The Venusians. He has learned that the softest touch can yield the most profound effect. He most often performs his “Hang…

Leading Edge: Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1

Leading Edge is a choreography performed by two soloists, Marielle Rijkaart (cello) and Besim Hoti (dance). The audience experiences Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 with an extreme combination of street and modern dance. There is a vibrant connection between the cellist and the dancer, but how are they…

Quixotic

Quixotic is an ensemble of visual, musical and performing artists collaborating to produce new forms of artistic expression. This inventive group goes beyond the limits of any specific art form to create a total sensory experience for its audience. Quixotic makes performance art interactive and eliminates the barrier between performer…