Tag: Concert:Nova

Concert:nova presents ‘The Bradbury Tattoos’

Flash sheet, “Kaleidoscope,” by Steven Mast, inspired by the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name.

It sounds like the opening line of a joke: A cellist, a tattoo artist and a dramaturge meet in a bar. … Though a bar was not the scene, the group of artists collaborating on concert:nova’s world premiere production of “The Bradbury Tattoos, a Rock Opera” is a wildly disparate group. 

What to Do/Hear/See | Jan. 24-30

The spectrum is overflowing this week, to mix my metaphors. From the history of Jews in China to live cinema, from an operatic superstar to a masterpiece of 20th century orchestral music and the minting of a brand new art gallery, there is no excuse for sitting on your couch in the days to come. Don’t succumb! Explore!

The yin and yang of CSO oboist Dwight Parry

Dwight Parry and CSO oboe section colleagues Richard Johnson, Lon Bussell and Chris Philpotts

According to Dwight Parry, “When you have a lot of interests, you can’t be good at everything. You have to get over that and just enjoy experiencing. I don’t treat other things in my life the way I treat the oboe, where I want to learn everything about it.”