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Articles by Ryan Walsh

Thank you so much for joining us.  We would love for you to take the time to answer any or all of the following questions: What did you think of Baritones UnBound? What did you enjoy most about the show (favorite moment or song)? How did you learn about Baritones UnBound? What did you expect to see and experience prior to attending the show? How did your expectation differ or change with your experience of…

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  This note from our Director of Artistic Programs appears in the program for columbinus. We post it here to continue the conversation started by the Boston Globe over the weekend.   My Story By David Dower There is a house in my neighborhood that is guarded by a charming stone sentinel. It is a sculpture of a pig, seated placidly on his haunches, his gaze directed toward the street. He overlooks us all; our…

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  In this brand new musical event conceived by Broadway leading man Marc Kudisch, three dynamite baritones take the stage to give us a captivating musical tour of the baritone voice throughout history. Here, in the photos below, Jeff Mattsey and Ben Davis join Kudisch in rehearsing for an illuminating evening studded with classics from Broadway, opera and beyond. Baritones Unbound: Celebrating the Uncommon Voice of the Common Man runs OCT 8 – 20 and tickets…

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  Did you enjoy THE SHAKESPEAREAN JAZZ SHOW? Were you delighted by the collision of Shakespearean text with a New Orleans jazz beat? Did the recontextualization of the Bard’s words give you new insights into his texts?  We’d love to hear your feedback on this production and anything related to the topic by leaving a comment here.

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  Shakespeare and Jazz seems like a pretty odd concept. It even seemed odd to me when I first began working on the music, and it continues to raise eyebrows when first described. How can Shakespeare, the most revered writer in the English language, pair with the raucous, improvisational, earthy nature of jazz from the Crescent City?  That’s what Alex Ates and I set out to discover when we decided on a medium that would…

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