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He has performed nearly 40 of these programs for the Celebrity Series in the last 18 years.
“The Celebrity Series is a fantastic audience. People have already heard all this music and have exposure to it, so their [ear] is pretty fantastic,” Kapilow said. “To have great music, there must be great listeners.”
The Celebrity Series also showcases local artists, like jazz trio Children of the Light. The group’s pianist, Danilo Pérez, serves as the artistic director of the Global Jazz Institute at the Berklee College of Music.
“We’re really striving to bring light into everything, inside and outside of the bandstand,” Pérez said. “We hope what we’re doing inspires [the audience] to be a positive force in the world. We’re like [the Bat Signal]. When there are a lot of problems in the world, that’s when we come out.”
In addition to the main program, the Celebrity Series organizes community and educational events through an initiative called Arts for All! Dunning said the community-based programming reflects the range of artists presented during the regular series and introduces people to the boons of live performance. The programs reach neighborhoods without access to the performing arts, Dunning said.
One act on the initiative’s schedule is Sol y Canto, a Pan-Latin acoustic ensemble set to give a culinary-themed multimedia performance with the Boston Public Quartet at Northeastern’s Fenway Center on Nov. 15.
Brian Amador, member of the Latin sextet, has performed on both the main and community stages for the Celebrity Series and said he sees no difference between the two, as both unite him with audiences full of eager ears.
“I think the arts speak to all Bostonians, no matter their background. The arts are for everybody,” Dunning said. “Not everyone can be a world class artist, but everyone can benefit from them.”
تحميل برنامج فوركس Photo courtesy Celebrity Series of Boston