Join us for a free Boston-area family concert with Celebrity Series of Boston on Sunday, March 12!

Join us Sunday, March 12 for a free, vibrant family show!

Everyone becomes part of the music-making in the Guy Mendilow Ensemble's family concerts! Through colorful songs, stories and games, the Guy Mendilow Ensemble transports families on an exhilarating interactive adventure. In joyous songs from the band's homelands.

Onstage and off, the Celebrity Series Arts for All! community and education programs engage people of all ages and backgrounds in community programs that harness the creative energy of the performing arts to build thriving communities and cultivate the next generation of artists and audiences. 

Boston Museum of Fine Arts to Premiere InWorlds, A New Virtual Reality Theatre Performance

Guy Mendilow and Chris Baum recently created the music for a new Virtual Reality installation/theatre performance, to premiere at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on December 14. 

InWorlds Premieres at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

This experimental performance invites a volunteer into virtual reality to become a character in a live theater show. They enter a mysterious world to help a brave and curious creature make sense of a tragedy. With its unique “mixed reality” presentation, InWorlds lets the audience peer directly into a VR world by covering the entire stage with projected visuals.

The audience (and volunteer!) will go on a 15-minute journey through fantastical worlds in a first-of-its-kind interaction between a live actor and virtual reality participant. Avital Manor-Peleg brings her brilliant masked performance to the stage alongside the volunteer, exploring new forms of social interaction by combining improvisational theater and VR. The project aims to demonstrate how VR can transform participants into performers.

Concert Review — Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom, Rex Theatre, Thompson Falls, MT

Read a concert review of Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom at the Rex Theatre in Thompson Falls, MT
(by Justin Harris, Sanders County Ledger)

"...a full sound that would be perfectly suited for a movie soundtrack, both ethereal and solid, ranging from haunting to mournful to jovial.

...In the beginning of the evening, the audience seemed awestruck at the end of each song, as a tangible silence separated the song’s conclusion and the beginning of applause. By the end of the night, the enthusiastic crowd was clapping before the tune’s last notes had faded."