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Boston Ballet's "DREAMstate" featured a triple bill of three stunning contemporary ballets: George Balanchine’s 1976 ballet “Chaconne,” Stephen Galloway’s world premiere DEVIL’S/eye, and Jiří Kylián’s 1996 “Bella Figura.”
The “Green Light” singer didn’t set aside her older music — despite how much her sound has evolved over the years — but was rather spurred on by it.
“It's been a very grounding experience,” Claud said of their headlining tour, which stops in Boston's Brighton Music Hall on March 27.
Despite their currently limited catalog of released music, Wet Leg put on a refreshingly dynamic and candid show.
A lot has changed since Clairo last performed in Boston.
Her impressive vocals and contagious energy sustained the show throughout — a refreshing performance from an artist sure to only grow in popularity.
Alana Haim doesn’t know yet whether or not she’ll keep acting, but it seems a career will be waiting for her if she does.
I have been stuck behind a too-tall concertgoer far too many times to ignore the fact that, for someone coming in at five-foot-three inches like me, watching a general admission show from anywhere behind the first three rows is an endless battle.
Wolf Alice’s Nov. 11 show at the Paradise Rock Club featured a striking set that showcased the band’s power over a stunning range of genres.
Day two of Governors Ball saw the North-side rapper Aminé, electric alt-pop band Muna, rock band Bleachers, and indie pop singer King Princess.
Sunday at Gov Ball featured indie folk artist Faye Webster, electro-pop songwriter Caroline Polachek, hip-hop singer Dominic Fike, and singer and rapper Burna Boy.
Phoebe Bridgers' Sept. 27 Boston concert toed the line between heartbreaking and energizing, showcasing her brand of aestheticized nihilism.
Billie Eilish's performance at Governors Ball was virtually flawless, all but cementing her standing as an unstoppable force in the music world.
At the start of this year's Governors Ball, fans were immediately greeted by the booming bass of punk band 99 neighbors.
“Nitram” is undoubtedly a strong technical film, especially with Jones's lead performance. However, its convoluted relationship with mental health, and its self-confused goals of sharing the Port Arthur Massacre story still leaves it with plenty of room to grow.
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