“There’s always some kind of Star Wars deep burlesque show in an abandoned steel mill in those cities,” he said. “I often find … when you go to a place where you’re like ‘I don’t know about this,’ it has a cool underbelly of people who show up for the underground thing.”
“It was super fun, so we decided for our last comeback thing to get some bands to do some covers,” Miles said.
The fest is opening its call to interested bands through Dec. 15.
“I have purposely created something starkly contemporary to offset these two iconic works,” he said. “The program will be very eclectic in nature.”
I think you can kind of tell if a rapper is a jock or if he’s a nerd.
Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble’s 2016-17 season is already underway. This year, the group aims beyond its traditional repertoire.
The piece is for a full orchestra, a full adult chorus, a children’s chorus and three vocal soloists (a soprano, a tenor and a baritone).
Jason Isbell defies “bro-country” with informed criticisms of the American South and masculinity.
“Those curtains open; the lights are going, the fog,” he said. “We have high energy onstage, so the kids were screaming like it was their first concert.”
“We had to piece it together really quick,” he said. “I’m very grateful for the way everything has gone and everyone’s been really supportive of it.”