The critically acclaimed TAO: Seventeen Samurai brings the timeless art of Japanese drumming to exciting and innovative new levels on our historic stage.
“Mr. Botti has burnished an image of pensive romance, achieving stardom in the realm of adult contemporary pop.”- New York Times
“The Lone Bellow figured out a way to harness the acoustic-rock template being mined by Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers and The Civil Wars and add a sense of powerful vocal incandescence."- Paste Magazine
Experience the story of Irish independence with Celtic Nights: Spirit of Freedom through thundering dances, plaintive melodies, storytelling, and song!
The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Grace’s Guide, host of it’sGrace on YouTube, and television personality Grace Helbig takes the stage with her hilarious new book—a tongue-in-cheek style guide that offers up hard-earned practical wisdom with a healthy dose of humor…and sweatpants.
Jonathan “Juanito” Pascual is acclaimed as one of the top young flamenco guitarists on the international music scene. He is recognized in Spain as a unique and creative voice with mesmerizing virtuosity, warm and evocative playing, and original compositional style.
“We have a tremendous diversity of film coming to the Music Hall this month,” said The Music Hall’s Programming Coordinator Chris Curtis. “Among the not-to-be missed February cinema is Michael Moore’s insightful, subversively humorous, and highly praised Where to Invade Next, as well as our Film Matters screening of Food Fight: Inside the Battle for Market Basket, about the remarkable local battle to save Market Basket—followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker and senior Market Basket Staff. These are only a sampling of the on screen offerings at The Music Hall’s two venues in February—including the best indie and foreign films.”
The Music Hall Presents - Most Likely to Succeed - The Latest in its Film Matters and Innovation + Leadership Series A Documentary Film About How We Can Transform Our Education System in the Era of Innovation
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