• 27-year-old London born pianist and singer-songwriter Benjamin Clementine spent two years busking for food on the streets of Paris before being discovered and signed to Virgin/EMI Records in 2014. His story,... More »
  • King Sunny Adé, the undisputed king of Nigeria’s juju music, brings his famed live band, the African Beats, to the Sinclair for a rare Boston performance. With tight vocal harmonies, intricate guitar work,... More »
  • The dreamy Tel Aviv-based indie band Lola Marsh combines nostalgic vocals, warm harmonies, and lilting Middle Eastern guitar melodies. Formed by Gil Landau and Yael Shoshana Cohen, Lola Marsh also... More »
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Coming Up

  • June 01   The Sinclair
    The dreamy Tel Aviv-based indie band Lola Marsh combines nostalgic vocals, warm harmonies, and lilting Middle Eastern guitar melodies. Formed by Gil Landau and Yael Shoshana Cohen, Lola Marsh also features Mati Gilad (bass), Rami Osservaser (guitar, piano), and Dekel Dvir (drums). Its sound is at... MORE »
  • June 06   The Sinclair
    27-year-old London-born pianist and singer-songwriter Benjamin Clementine spent two years busking for food on the streets of Paris before being discovered and signed to Virgin/EMI Records in 2014. His story, however poignant and inspiring, should not overshadow his undeniable talent as a musician... MORE »
  • July 06   The Sinclair
    King Sunny Adé, the undisputed king of Nigeria’s juju music, brings his famed live band, the African Beats, to the Sinclair for a rare Boston performance. With tight vocal harmonies, intricate guitar work, pounding talking drums, pulsating congas, keyboards, backup singers, and dancers, the group... MORE »
  • July 15   Marlborough Street
    Bastille Day returns to Marlborough Street and will transport you to Paris with authentic music, food, drinks, and atmosphere! The lineup, programmed by World Music/CRASHarts, showcases two phenomenal francophone acts: Ginkgoa, performing a blend of vintage Paris chic and New York cool with... MORE »
  • August 31   Somerville Theatre
    One of France’s most popular comedians, Gad Elmaleh rarely performs in English — until now. The Moroccan-born actor and comedian was voted “Funniest Person” in France in 2006 and made history in 2007 when he sold out the prestigious L'Olympia in Paris for seven consecutive weeks. Most recently, he... MORE »