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  • We've curated an epic playlist for your listening pleasure! Hear artists that we've presented over the past 30 years, including many coming to Boston in the next few months! Enjoy. More »
  • Patrick Watson perches on a box drapped in a drop cloth splattered with paint. He wears red socks, dark pants, and a green open blazer with a white shirt underneath. His elbows rest on his bent knees and his hands are held together in front of his chin
    December 09 2022
    Montreal-based singer, songwriter, film composer, and pianist Patrick Watson  and his band  create lush, melodic  indie music  that blends orchestral chamber pop,  synthesizer washes, and a melancholy tone.  His dreamy, contemplative music has been featured  widely in films and on TV, including  ... MORE »
  • The Meridian Brothers stand in front of a blue and white background. Each member is smiling or staring directly at the camera.
    While firmly rooted in the traditional marimba music of their youth spent outside Mexico City, the Gama brothers of Son Rompe Pera bring a punk-rock edge to classic cumbia rhythms. The band’s outrageous live shows get crowds dancing to modern interpretations of Mexican, Peruvian, and Colombian... MORE »
  • A member of Tamikrest is sitting and singing while playing the guitar. They have medium length curly black hair and are wearing a patterned shirt.
    January 13 2023
    Tamikrest creates a rocking modern sound rooted in Tuareg desert blues and influenced by its band members from Mali, Niger, Algeria, and France. The name Tamikrest means “junction, connection, knot, coalition” in the Tamasheq language, and the band explains, “a desert hosts us, a language unites... MORE »
  • María José Llergo wears a read puffy dress with their hair in a high ponytail. Their arm is in the air as they lean over and sing into a microphone.
    January 14 2023
    One of the most exciting new voices in contemporary flamenco, María José Llergo dazzles audiences with an electric sound that is simultaneously authentic, modern, and original.  Singing about love, sadness, and social struggles, her stunning voice twists and turns through atmospheric and... MORE »
  • Four dancers are all at different points of being mid-flip. They are all wearing flowy white pants and no shirt.
    Compagnie Hervé KOUBI performs highly physical, fluid work that combines hip-hop, capoeira, and contemporary dance with powerful Sufi imagery. The company of Algerian, Moroccan, Bulgarian, Italian, and French dancers perform awe-inspiring work that explores the historical mix of countless cultures... MORE »
  • A person wearing all black stands in the center of a group of people laying on the floor. The person in the center is screaming and has their fists clenched.
    Rennie Harris, the preeminent ambassador of Hip-hop and Street dance culture, restages his classic work, Rome and Jewels, in honor of the 30th anniversary of his legendary company Rennie Harris Puremovement (RHPM). A Hip-hop retelling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet  set in the streets of... MORE »
  • A dancer has their leg up in the air and their toes pointed. They are wearing a purple and blue leotard and have their head to the side and their arms are out to the side. They are standing in front of a gray background.
    BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet company, unites distinguished choreographers with outstanding world-class dancers to forge new works of athleticism, emotion, and grace. Hailed as “among America’s best” by the New York Times and “technically brilliant” by the Boston Globe, ... MORE »
  • Talisk is standing in front of a sky background. They are all wearing black jackets, black jeans, and pattered button ups. They all have short brown hair and are holding various instruments.
    Ground-breaking, chart-topping, genre-bending, and instantly enthralling, Scotland’s Talisk play a bold, innovative, and multi-layered folk music that’s captivating audiences around the globe. Tickets go on sale to Global Arts Live members only on Nov 15. Become a member today to get exclusive... MORE »
  • Juan de Marcos is smiling and holding an instrument. They are wearing a black suit with a red tie and a black beret and their hair is gray and in long locs.
    After gaining international fame for reviving classic Cuban music, tres master Juan de Marcos has turned the Afro-Cuban All Stars into a sensational showcase for Cuba’s most prodigious young musicians. While long revered as a founding member of Cuba’s great revival band Sierra Maestra, de Marcos is... MORE »
  • Two members of The Hot Sardines. The person on the left is wearing a black suit and a red tie with a black hat. The person on the right is wearing plaid pants, a black shirt, and has short blond hair. Their mouths are open as if they're singing, and there's a piano behind them.
    The Hot Sardines effortlessly channel New York speakeasies, Parisian cabarets, and New Orleans jazz halls to transform songs from past eras into music for the 21st century.   Tickets go on sale to Global Arts Live members only on Nov 15. Become a member today to get exclusive early access to... MORE »
  • Red Baraat band members are on stage holding various instruments and are all wearing white jumpsuits with flowers painted on. The two members in the center are jumping.
    From Brooklyn, Red Baraat merges hard-driving North Indian bhangra with elements of hip-hop, jazz, and raw punk energy. Red Baraat Festival of Colors is an immersive celebration of Holi, a Hindu holiday marked by public gatherings of families, friends, and strangers rejoicing in song, dance, and... MORE »
  • Six dancers wearing minimal skin-colored clothing are posed in abstract positions, all gazing in the same direction.
    March 17 2023 - March 18 2023
    With exciting, diverse choreography and stellar dancers, New York City–based Gibney Company is a world-class contemporary dance company that presents a breadth of works by emerging and renowned choreographers. The new collective of 13 powerhouse performers takes the stage with moving, technically... MORE »
  • 6 members look at the camera and stand in front of a red brick wall. They wear blue and black robes.
    March 19 2023
    With the power of gospel and the precision of Broadway, Ladysmith Black Mambazo is the undisputed king of mbube, South African a cappella singing. The multi-Grammy-winning group came together in the early 1960s and continues to thrill audiences around the world with its strong, proud melodies... MORE »
  • Four people stand crouched in front of large drums in front of them, all with drum sticks in their hands. The two people in front have long black hair, while the others have short black hair. They all wear black pants and leather jackets.
    A thrilling all-male percussive dance group from Argentina, Malevo specializes in Malambo, a traditional Argentine folk dance, and merges it with urban percussion and other dance styles. Named an official Cultural Ambassador to the National Identity of Argentina, the group has appeared with Latin... MORE »
  • Kaki King is looking seriously at the camera. One of their arms and their chin rest on a drum. The other arm is holding the bottom of a guitar and a pink light shines on the image.
    Considered to be one of the world’s greatest living guitarists, composer, and musician Kaki King is on a constant quest to push the boundaries of her instrument. Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” King presents Modern Yesterdays, a new guitar-driven, technicolor projection mapping... MORE »
  • A circular image of a person with short black curly hair wearing a pattered set of a yellow shirt and matching pants. They are smiling while looking at the ground and holding their hands in the air.
    April 01 2023
    Suitcase Stories®  features foreign- and US-born residents sharing powerful and inspiring stories of refugee and immigrant life. Featured nationally on WORLD Channel and PBS, the Suitcase Stories® series provides a way to dig beneath the headlines, exposing audiences to the complexity of migration... MORE »
  • A circular image of a group of men with long black and brown hair are dressed in red and black. They are holding up a large drum which is being played by a man in blue pants and an open black shirt.
    Yamato’s new show, Hinotori—The Wings of Phoenix, is a thrilling, high-energy interpretation of the centuries-old Japanese taiko tradition. With virtuosity, strength, spirit, and sheer endurance, Yamato displays its breathtaking performance on more than 20 drums as well as with bronze cymbals,... MORE »
  • Sona is on stage singing into a microphone and plays an acoustic guitar. She has dark skin and hair that is breaded and wears a colorful shirt and gold earrings.
    April 22 2023
    Born into a griot family from The Gambia that includes her legendary cousin, Toumani Diabaté, Sona Jobarteh is the first woman within the tradition to become a professional virtuoso on the kora, a West African stringed instrument. Effortlessly blending different musical styles, Jobarteh and her... MORE »
  • Djavan wears a black hat with a large rim and wears a red shirt. He stands sideways but his head is facing forward
    After a 13-year hiatus, one of Brazil's greatest musical icons returns to the US for a major tour. Four-time Latin Grammy winner Djavan will present a brand-new show with his full band, featuring songs from his 25th studio album, D, as well as major hits from his 45-year career. Alongside new hit... MORE »
  • Cesaria Evora is smiling with their mouth open and their hands are raised. They are wearing a green and yellow patterned dress and are standing in front of a band.
    Paying tribute to the iconic singer, the Cesária Évora Orchestra features the wildly talented musicians who regularly accompanied her along with famed Cabo Verdean singers Lucibela, Elida Almeida, Nancy Vieira, and Teófilo Chantre.   Tickets go on sale to Global Arts Live members only on Nov 15. ... MORE »
  • Seckou Keita faces Omar Sosa who is facing the camera, the men are both laughing wearing all white
    May 05 2023
    One of Cuba’s most prolific jazz artists, pianist Omar Sosa and Senegalese kora master Seckou Keita create exquisitely beautiful music that spans jazz, Latin, and African influences. They are accompanied by inimitable Venezuelan percussionist Gustavo Ovalles.  Tickets go on sale to Global Arts... MORE »
  • Aynur wears a black sleeveless dress with a red circle on the chest. They have black shoulder length curly hair and their face is turned upward.
    A cultural icon of the Kurdish people, Aynur infuses traditional Kurdish folk music with a contemporary sensibility all her own. Her stunning vocal style and success in the music world have allowed her to become a prominent representative of Kurdish people in Turkey and throughout the world... MORE »
  • Three dancers all face forward with left legs swinging behind them.
    May 19 2023 - May 20 2023
    MacArthur Fellow Michelle Dorrance is “the most exciting and original choreographer in tap today" (New York Times). She honors tap dance’s unique American tradition while pushing the form rhythmically, aesthetically, and conceptually. The company performs excerpts from SOUNDspace and other works to... MORE »