Special Events

World Music/CRASHarts Special Events

World Music/CRASHarts is proud to offer a variety of events designed to deepen your engagement with music and dance in greater Boston. While many of our events are open to the public, members receive additional invitations to exclusive receptions, discussions, and more. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS INCLUDE 


Preperformance Dance Lectures with Debra Cash
All lectures will be held in the café space of the Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston. All dance lectures are held 30 minutes before the performances begin. 
No RSVP is required. 

Join Boston Dance Alliance Executive Driector Debra Cash for an exciting lecture on the creative process of contemporary dance makers. 

 

Lecture Demonstration with Throat Singers of Tuva Huun Huur Tu
New England Conservatory
International Institute, Brown Hall 
290 Huntington Avenue, Boston 

Free and open to the public. No RSVP required. 
Tickets are still available for the Huun Huur Tu performance at The Rockwell on Tue., Jan. 16. 

 

Lecture Demonstration with Umalali and the Garifuna Collective

New England Conservatory
International Institute, Brown Hall 
290 Huntington Avenue, Boston 

Free and open to the public. No RSVP required. 
Tickets are still available for the Umalali and the Garifuna Collective performance at Villa Victoria on Sat., Jan. 20.

 

Preconcert Jazz Lectures with Bob Blumenthal 
All lectures will be held in the Davis Room, 2nd floor of the Berklee Performance Center. All jazz lectures are held an hour before the concerts begins. 
Advanced is RSVP required for entry. To RSVP please contact alexandria@worldmusic.org.  

Grammy-winning author and journalist Bob Blumenthal will provide musical context, history, and insights that are sure to deepen your concert experience and artistic appreciation. 
Tickets are still available for the Dianne Reeves performance on Friday, February 16.