More than a decade after his first solo tour, MATISYAHU and his band have embraced improvisational music as a way to express the yearning for deep spiritual meaning, connect to something beyond the self, and reflect the unpredictable flow of life.
with Heather Woods Broderick
After struggling with incorrectly diagnosed health issues for years, the singer-songwriter turned a major corner in 2014 when she was finally able to begin managing her condition with medication after the correct diagnosis. These experiences turned into the eight-track Weather Alive, the first album she’s ever self-produced in her nearly 30-year career.
Originally from Bogota, Colombia, the singer-songwriter and Latin GRAMMY award-winner’s career has spanned over 20 years, making him one of the most important pop artists in his hometown.
With over 365 photographs taking you through a single year, A Book of Days is a new way to experience the National Book Award winner and Rock and Hall of Fame inductee’s expansive mind. She shares vintage photographs, previously unpublished photos from life on and off the road, and, in intimate daily notations, dispatches from her travels around the world.
with Izzy Oram Brown
Hailed as one of the most prodigious guitarists of his generation, Lage expands his horizons on View With A Room, a collection of ten compelling original compositions featuring bassist Jorge Roeder, drummer Dave King, and six-string icon Bill Frisell.
with Mary-Mitchell Campbell, music director and piano
Renowned for her star turn as Elphaba in Wicked, both on Broadway and in the hit musical’s national touring company, the singer brings a taste of the “Great White Way” in this fun-filled Valentine’s show.
with Judy Kang, violin, and Seth Parker Woods, cello
Joined by two fellow “classical and beyond” luminaries, Judy Kang and Seth Parker Woods, Chad Lawson performs an evening of original works and new arrangements of classical compositions.