Know No. by Masary Studios

Know No. by Masary Studios

Boston Center of the Arts - Cyclorama (map)

Led by Masary Studios, Brian joins over a dozen performers, poets and light designers in this unique event at the BCA. From Masary Studios:

Repercussions of the word NO reverberate around the historic walls of the Cyclorama in this site-specific installation created by Masary Studios for Boston Center for the Arts. Explore complex, emotional and visceral human reactions to denial with a dozen performers who combine light, sound and poetry in a thrilling spectacle that is the first major commission in the Cyclorama in decades.

March 2, 3, & 4 at 7:30 at the Cyclorama
More information at bcaonline.com

MASARY STUDIOS:
Ryan Edwards
Maria Finkelmeier
Sam Okerstrom-Lang

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Marimba Cabaret

Marimba Cabaret

Club Cafe (map)

See what happens when a classically-trained percussionist with musical theater sensibility --and killer shoes-- puts on a show. Brian’s Marimba Cabaret brings together years of training and a lifetime of passion in an evening of theater tunes, art song, and pop covers performed on marimba, vibraphone, and voice. One Thursday a month, enjoy dinner and a show at South End's Club Cafe!

"What’s a marimba?" It's like a xylophone, but bigger and more fabulous -- just like Brian.

Nowhere else can you hear beloved melodies by musical theater composers, covers of rock and pop songs, and new art songs by living classical composers all in one evening. Truly something for everyone, Brian shares his eclectic taste and love of music ranging from Steven Sondheim to Radiohead, Disney to Outkast, Leonard Bernstein to Florence + The Machine, with a little Whitney Houston mash-up for good measure.

Directed and accompanied by percussionist Greg Jukes, Brian will sing, play, and (at times) stand 7-feet tall.

This show will feature special guest arranger Sharon Chen on marimba (pictured below).

Sharon Chen, guest artist

Sharon Chen, guest artist

7:30pm show | 7:00pm doors

$15 general seating | $20 table seating

Dinner + drink service available


BPeG at Boston College

BPeG at Boston College

Boston College - Gasson Hall (map)

Described as "audacious and impressive" (Boston Globe), Boston Percussion Group returns to Boston College for a concert of three world premieres: BC faculty Thomas Oboe Lee, BC student Christopher Vu, and local composer David Ibett. More details here.

Marimba Cabaret

Marimba Cabaret

Club Cafe (map)

See what happens when a classically-trained percussionist with musical theater sensibility --and killer taste in shoes-- puts on a show. Brian’s Marimba Cabaret brings together years of training and a lifetime of passion in an evening of theater tunes, art song, and pop covers performed on marimba, vibraphone, and voice. One Thursday a month, enjoy dinner and a show at South End's Club Cafe!

"What’s a marimba?" It's like a xylophone, but bigger and more fabulous -- just like Brian.

Nowhere else can you hear beloved melodies by musical theater composers, covers of rock and pop songs, and new art songs by living classical composers all in one evening. Truly something for everyone, Brian shares his eclectic taste and love of music ranging from Steven Sondheim to Radiohead, Disney to Outkast, Leonard Bernstein to Florence + The Machine, with a little Whitney Houston mash-up for good measure.

Directed and accompanied by percussionist Greg Jukes, Brian will sing, play, and (at times) stand 7-feet tall in Club Cafe's Moonshine Room.

This show features special guest composer Audrey Harrer on harp and voice.

7:30pm show | 7:00pm doors

$15 general seating | $20 table seating

Dinner + drink service available


Marimba Cabaret

Marimba Cabaret

Club Cafe (map)

See what happens when a classically-trained percussionist with musical theater sensibility --and killer taste in shoes-- puts on a show. Brian’s Marimba Cabaret brings together years of training and a lifetime of passion in an evening of theater tunes, art song, and pop covers performed on marimba, vibraphone, and voice. One Thursday a month, enjoy dinner and a show at South End's Club Cafe!

"What’s a marimba?" It's like a xylophone, but bigger and more fabulous -- just like Brian.

Nowhere else can you hear beloved melodies by musical theater composers, covers of rock and pop songs, and new art songs by living classical composers all in one evening. Truly something for everyone, Brian shares his eclectic taste and love of music ranging from Steven Sondheim to Radiohead, Disney to Outkast, Leonard Bernstein to Florence + The Machine, with a little Whitney Houston mash-up for good measure.

Directed and accompanied by percussionist Greg Jukes, Brian will sing, play, and (at times) stand 7-feet tall in Club Cafe's Moonshine Room.

This show will feature special guest singers Sonja Tengblad, Sophie Michaux, and Christina English (photo below).

7:30pm show | 7:00pm doors

$15 general seating | $20 table seating (limited)

Dinner + drink service available