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POST-GAZETTE,-JAN UARY- 1-7, 2014 Page 11 NOW PLAYING UPTOWN & DOWNTOWN Don't miss Stefano Marchese performing at Ryles Jazz Club. See MUSIC SECTION for fuxther information. MUSIC TD GARDEN 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 617-624-1050 www.TDGarden.eom CHER -- April 9, 2014. It's now of- ficial. The one and only Cher herself revealed that she will kick off her "Dressed To Kill" 49 city North Ameri- can Tour beginning in Phoenix on March 22nd with stops in NY, LA, Bos- ton, Las Vegas, and other major mar- kets. The tour comes to TD Garden on Wednesday, April 9. Cher's previ- ous tour "The Farewell Tour" later dubbed "The Never Can Say Goodbye Tour" was one of the most successful tours ever by a solo artist and played for a record-breaking 325 dates and seen by over 5.5 million people. STING & PAUL SIMON -- March 3, 2014. Sting & Paul Simon, two of music's most renowned and endur- ing artists, will perform on stage together on a tour throughout North America in February and March 2014. As friends for many years, their col- laboration on a tour is a natural fit. Both of these artists have explored world rhythms and pushed the bound- aries of popular music and through their music, continue to speak to gen- erations of fans. THEATER MUSEUMS BERKLEE PERFORMANCE CENTER 136 Massachusetts Avenue Boston MA 02115 www.Berklee.edu/Events ZUCCHERO -- Friday, April 18 -- One of Italy's biggest pop exports, Zucchero is influenced by American blues, soul and rock and he has re- corded or toured with Eric Clapton, Andrea Bocelli, Luciano Pavarotti, Miles Davis, John Lee Hooker, Sting, and Solomon Burke, among others. Zucchero began his singing career in the '70s but first became known in Italy through other artists" versions of his songs. In the '80s, he became a star in his own right and he crossed over to the U.K. market in the early '90s via a duet with Paul Young. Over the course of his career, Zucchero has sold more than 40 million records, been nominated for a Grammy, and won numerous awards, including two World Music Awards and six IFPI Eu- rope Platinum Awards. CAJRI,A BRUNI - Saturday, April 19 -- With a beautiful and alluring voice, Italian-born French supermodel Carla Bruni recorded the 2002 inter- national hit "Quelqu'un M'a Dit," which went on to sell more than 2 million copies. Now Bruni has re- leased a new album, Little French Songs. and embarks on her first U.S. tour. CITI PERFORMING ARTS CENTER WANG 270 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (617) 482-9393 www.Citicenter.org IL DIVO - May 15, 2014. Following successful concerts at New York's Marquis Theater, II Divo the record- breaking classical crossover group that has sold more than 26 million albums worldwide will bring II Divo -- A Musi- cal Affair: 7he Greatest Songs Of Broad- way/Ave to the Citi Wang Theatre in supports the group's sixth studio al- bum A Musical Affair. The show in- tertwines the most famous songs from Broadway musicals with the individual theatrical experiences of Carlos, David, Urs and Sebastien. The album "A Musical Affair" showcases II Divo's signature romantic and emotional interpretation of heartfelt classics like "Some Enchanted Evening" (South Pacific), "Bring Him Home" (Les Miserables), "Tonight" (West Side Story) and more. II Divo has also pro- ITALIAN RADIO PROGRAMS "The Sicilian Corner" I0:00 am to 12 Noon every Friday with hosts Tom Zappala and Mike Lomazzo and "The Italian Show" with Nunzio DiMarca every Sunday from 10:00 am-l:00 Stpm. Go to www.1110wccmam.com. "Italia Oggi" Sundays 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm with host Andrea Urdi 1460 AM www.1460WXBR.corr "Dolce Vita Radio" DJ RocGardarco Mesiti 11:00 am-l:00 pm Sundays 90.7 FM or online www.djrocco.conu "The Nick lhraneiosa Show" Sundays from 12 Noon to 3:00 pm on WLYN 1360 AM and WAZN 1470 AM. "Guido Oliva Italian Hour" 8:00 am-9:00 am Sundays on WSRO 650 AM and online at www.wsro.com. "Radio Italia Unita" - Thursdays 2:00 pm-3:00 pm on www.zumix.org/ radio or itunes, college radio click on Zumix. For more information, log onto www.italiaunita.org. "Tony's Place" on MusicAmerica WPLM FM 99.1 - Sundays 9:00 pm- 10:00 pm on MuslcAmerica. Host Ron Della Chiesa presents Tony's Place. Visit www.MusicNotNoise.com. L'Italia Chiamo - Italian Radio Show hosted by Stefano Marchese and Emanuele Cap0ano. Moreip,formation at litaa!=/'uro,urrscpnt;, epai[: litaliachiamoshow@gmaiLj2Om. Tel.=857-334r06,Sc: - , .:,.,, -.. ,- ,.= ,-, vided new arrangements for these much-loved songs, as well as invited familiar Broadway and pop artists to appear on certain tracks as their duet partners. "It has been so inspiring to work with such legendary songs from the world of Broadway musicals for our new album," says Urs Buhler from II Divo. "We can't wait to now perform them in our own style to our fans around the world." SANDERS THEATRE Memorial Hall, Harvard University 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 617-496-4595 www. fas.harvard.edu/~memhall/ sanders.html WYNTON MARSALIS "NEW ORLEANS: THE BIRTH OF JAZZ" -- January 30, 2014. The sixth and final lecture-performance in this se- ries features trumpeter/composer Marsalis with Lucien Barbarin (trom- bone/vocals), Jonathan Batiste (pi- ano), Troy Davis (drums), Vince Giordano (tuba/bass), Victor Goines (reeds), Marcus Printup (comet), Don Vappie (6-strlng banjo/vocals) and Michael White (clarinet). RYLES JAZZ CLUB 212 Hampshire Street, Cambridge www.RylesJazz.com S'IIB3iPANO MARCI-IESE -- January 22, 2014. Jazz vocalist Stefano Marchese's long-awaited debut CD 'Radicf is now a reality. A native of Pescara, the 29- year-old Berklee alum's album in- cludes six original tracks that fuse Mediterranean jazz melodies with American harmonies. Marchese, who moved from Italy to the United States in 2010, after winning a Berklee College of Music scholarship at Umbria Jazz Festival. On the stage Stefano Marchese (Voice), Paolo Tomaselli (Guitar), Jiri Nedoma (Piano), Tino D'Agostino (Bass), Giuseppe Paradiso (Drums), with the special participa- tion of "Arlington High School String Quartet." Featuring very Special Guest Sung Deep, A seven piece vocal group as they release the new CO. LYNN AUDITORIUM 3 Clty Hall Square, Lynn, MA 781-599-SHOW A BRONX TALE -- February 28. See the classic coming of age story brought to life in the original, auto- biographical, one man show. Written and performed by Academy Award@ nominee Chazz Palminteri, A Bronx Ta/e tells the story of a young boy from a working class family who witnesses a murder and is introduced to the world of organized crime. After pre- miering in Los Angeles in 1989, the show moved to New York City for a critically and commercially successful off-Broadway run. The stage produc- tion was subsequently adapted into an acclaimed motion picture as Robert De Niro's directorial debut. After the film's worldwide success Palminteri brought the show back to New York for a Broadway run with four-time Tony Award-winner Jerry Zaks as director. AMERICAN REPERTORY THEATER Oberon, 2 Arrow St., Harvard Sq., Cambridge, MA THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD -- Now through January 19, 2014. In this spectacular rendition of the En- glish legend, the notorious Robin Hood and his band of merry men steal from the rich, but refuse to share with the oppressed peasantry. As the wicked Prince John threatens all of England, it is down to Marion to boldly protect the poor and convert Robin Hood from outlaw to hero. First seen at the Royal Shakespeare Com- pany In 2011, this new production is filled with high adventure, epic romance, amazing fight choreography, and an original score inspired by contemporary British folk music. Writ- ten by David Farr, directed by Gisli Orn Gardarsson, and original music by Stu Barker. Single tickets on sale now. CHILDREN'S ART CENTRE 36 Rutland Street, Boston www.Uses.org STUDIO@36 ART MAKING BEN- EFIT -- Adults enjoy art making, adult bey ertges, and networking in the lart of the South Endl This session focuses on a block printing for the holidays which will expand your cre- ativity in Our historic Children's Art Centre. All proceeds directly support high quality arts education and programming for children and fami- lies regardless of ability to pay. TD GARDEN 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 617-624-1050 www.TDGarden.com DISNEY ON ICE -- February 15- 22. It's one colossal party on ice, with all your favorite Disney friends! Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as they celebrate a Very Merry Unbirthday Party with Alice and the Mad Hatter; Mardi Gras with Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen; a Royal Valentine's Day Ball with the Disney Princesses; a Hawaiian luau with Lilo & Stitch; a winter wonder- land with Woody, Jessie and Buzz Lightyear; a Halloween haunt with the Disney Villains and more in a magical medley of holidays, celebra- tions and festivals from around the globe. Come join the party when this spectacular ice show visits your hometown! SHERATON BOSTON HOTEL 39 Dalton Street, Boston, MA 617-236-2000 www.SheratonBostonHotel.com BOSTON BRIDAL BASH -- Sun- day, March 9th. Spend the day meet- ing amazing vendorsl Start planning the wedding of your dreams at the Boston Bridal Bash. All guests will be entered to win great items valued at over $7,500. Come spend the day meeting some of Boston's most dis- tinguished wedding experts as you be- gin to plan your special day. The Bos- ton Bridal Bash gives you the oppor- tunity to get new ideas and plan with the best in the business to make your day spectacular. Spend the day brows- ing and planning while meeting face- to-face with our friendly and knowl- edgeable vendorsl Mock Wedding: Boston Event Guide is teaming up with vendors and sponsors to create a special mock wedding within the eventl Imagine previewing every ele- ment to your dream wedding right in front of your eyes. HYNES CONVENTION CENTER 900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 617-954-2000 www.MassConvention.com ANIME BOSTON -- March 21-23. A three-day convention held annu- ally in Boston, under the supervision of the New England Anime Society. The focus is to celebrate and promote Japanese animation, comics and pop- culture. This event has been a cor- nerstone of the North East Anime Convention circuit since our inaugu- ral event in April, 2003. Following un- precedented growth, they quickly out- grew the space in the Boston Park Plaza Hotel and moved to the Hynes Convention Center in 2005. The main focus on Anime Boston has always been Japanese animation and com- ics, they have expanded to include other aspects of Japanese pop-cul- ture: J-Pop, J-Rock and live-action Japanese media and have also delved into Japanese history and traditional culture, thus encouraging people to develop a more well-rounded perspec- tive. In 2012, Anime Boston welcomed more than 22,000 people over the weekend. SHUBERT THEATER 270 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 617-482-9393 www.citicenter.org/theatres/ shubert TAO DANCE THEATER -- Febm- ary 27-28. Since its founding in 2008, TAO Dance Theater has taken China's dance world by storm. The company has performed in every modem dance festival throughout the country and has collaborated with leading Chi- nese artists across genres including theatre, experimental music, film, vi- sual arts and installation. TAO Dance Theater has been featured in perfor- mances, choreography and teaching residencies and festivals worldwide. The company has brought modern dance all over the world, including rural locations that had never before seen a modern dance performance. PROGR& '4': '4' features a foursome navigating both internal and exter- nal spaces in constant synchronized motion and never touching. The work is a continuation of the choreographer's minimalist experimentation that ex- plores the potential of the human body as a visual element devoid of story-telling or representation. '5': In "5,',which premiered in Amsterdam in 2013, the dancers do engage in physi- cal contact, in fact they move in an indistinguishable kaleidoscopic mass of limbs and light, never dispersing even for a moment. "It is easy to see why the choreographer and co- founder Tao Ye has captured atten- tion as a radical new presence on the country's burgeoning contemporary dance scene." --The Times (UK). CITI PERFORMING ARTS CENTER WANG 270 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (617) 482-9393 www.Citicenter.org ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER -- May I-4. 2014. Alvin Alley American Dance Theater grew from a now-fabled performance in March 1958 at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Led by Alvin Alley and a group of young African-American modern dancers, that performance changed forever the perception of American dance. The Alley company has gone on to perform for an esti- mated 25 million people at theaters in 48 states and 71 countries on six continents -- as well as millions more through television broadcasts. In 2008, a U.S. Congressional resolution designated the Company as "a vital American cultural ambassador to the world," one that celebrates the uniqueness of the African-American cultural experience and the preser- vation and enrichment of the Ameri- can modern dance heritage. When Mr. Alley began creating dances, he drew upon his "blood memories" of Texas, the blues, spirituals and gos- pel as inspiration, which resulted in the creation of his most popular and critically acclaimed work, Revelations. Although he created 79 ballets over his lifetime, Mr. Alley maintained that his company was not exclusively a repository for his own work. Today, the Company continues Mr. Alley's mission by presenting important works of the past and commissioning new ones. In all, more than 235 works by over 90 choreographers are part of the Alley company's repertory. Before his untimely death in 1989, Alvin Alley designated Judith Jamison as his successor, and over the next 21 years, she brought the Company to unprecedented success. Ms. Jamison, in turn, personally selected Robert Battle to succeed her in 2011, and The New York Times declared he =has injected the com- pany with new life." PEABODY MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY HARVARD UNIVERSITY 11 Divinity Ave., Cambridge, MA 617-496-1027 www.Peabody.Harvard.Edu/ Calendar MURALS OF THE AMERICAS Now through December 31, 2014. Throughout time and around the world, people have adorned the walls of their homes, palaces, tombs, temples, and government buildings with painted scenes and designs. From cave paintings; the Neolithic shrines of t,atalhfiyfik, Turkey; or the ceilings of the Sistine Chapel, to the contemporary works of Diego Rlvera or graffiti art, artists have transformed blank architectural canvases into engaging, evocative works of art, through the application of color, pat- tern, and figures. While murals may serve as simple decoration, they are often highly symbolic, making visible a people's religious, poLitical, and cul- tural beliefs, as well as their histories and values. Storied Walls: Murals of the Americas explores the spectacu- lar wall paintings from the Hopi vil- lage klvas of Awatovi in Arizona; the Maya murals of San Bartolo and Bonampak in Guatemala and Mexico, respectively; and the Moche huacas of northern Peru. The artists and artisans who adomed these walls left stunning visual accounts of some of the most significant and enduring stories of their times -- stories that insist upon being read, even now, centuries after their creation. The original art works remain for the most part in situ. Storied Walls uses the photographs and drawings of archaeologists, models, and frag- ments of original murals to examine the meanings and social uses of mu- rals within the Pueblo, Maya, and Moche cultures; the history of their discoveries and investigations by affiliates of the Peabody Museum and others; and ongoing efforts to preserve and restore these fragile painted surfaces.