Tagged: music

Dave Brubeck 0

Dave Brubeck

I just heard that Dave Brubeck died this morning. NPR has a nice remembrance. He made so much great music for so many years that it’s hard to know which to pick out, but...

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Coriolanus

We went to see Coriolanus at Shakespeare on the Common last night. This year, before the play each night, they have a band from the NEC playing on stage. Last night, they had Michael...

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Car Talk: the Musical

On Saturday we all went to Central Square to see Car Talk: the Musical. Before the play we tried Moksa. Their theme is Asian Street food. Think spanish tapas (small plates) only Asian. We...

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Diana Krall at Tanglewood

Saturday night we went out to Tanglewood to hear Diana Krall in the Shed. We’d been looking forward to this for a long time. We got the tickets back in March, and the seats...

Numbers & Shapes 0

Numbers & Shapes

I recently discovered the record Numbers & Shapes by Rebecca Brandt. I’m really enjoying it. It’s easy to compare it to Philip Glass because a lot of it is based on repeating structures with...

Joshua Bell 0

Joshua Bell

This afternoon we went in to Symphony Hall to see Joshua Bell and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields perform the Beethoven Violin Concerto. It was a pretty amazing performance. The violin...

The Quickening Art 0

The Quickening Art

We went to an interesting play last night. It’s called Yesterday Happened: Remembering H. M.. It’s about the life of Henry Molaison. He’s famous in the medical literature as HM. In 1953, experimental brain...

Videos 0

Videos

Here are some videos we’ve enjoyed recently. We really enjoyed this one by J. Nathan Matias about what the weekend is like at the Media Lab. “Friday” at the MIT Media Lab from J....

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Winter Band Concert

The Lexington Schools Winter Concerts were this week. Tom’s not doing band this year, but Pete still is. And doesn’t he look good in a tux? This is the big annual concert where they...

Dui Bu Qi 0

Dui Bu Qi

Song I found a while back. I don’t remember how. Quite catchy, so I still remembered about it. The Chinese at the beginning is actually simple enough for me to understand it, even though...