Rachael & Vilray: A Benefit for the International Language Institute of MA - ACADEMY OF MUSIC

Friday

January

28

Rachael & Vilray: A Benefit for the International Language Institute of MA

Friday, January 28 at 8:00 pm

All patrons MUST present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test (within 72 hours prior to showtime) and a valid ID, and wear a mask inside the theater while not eating or drinking. Children under the age of 12 that cannot get a vaccine – MUST provide a negative PCR test and wear a mask.

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Vilray and Rachael Price met in Boston as students of Jazz. This duo grew from a shared reverence for the pop music of the 1930s and 40s and its wide range of moods. With simple intimate arrangements, they perform original works and revive forgotten gems of radio’s golden age.

The New York Times called their 2019 self-titled debut “as cozy as it is sophisticated.” A follow-up from Nonesuch Records is coming soon.

This benefit supports the International Language Institute of Massachusetts. ILI’s mission is to promote intercultural understanding and diverse communities by providing high-quality language instruction and teacher training. Learn more about ILI at ili.edu.

ALISA AMADOR

“Music can create this intangible space where everyone belongs — beyond borders, beyond boundaries, beyond labels — where we’re just people with all of our complicated, beautiful, painful lives, sharing the experience of taking in the music. It’s a space of connection. Real connection.”

Alisa Amador is a connector. Her upcoming EP, Narratives, is a six-song snapshot in time. It’s a deep look at a person stumbling through life in two languages — English and Spanish — and in many states of mind about it all. Alisa’s crystal-clear vocals are so effortless throughout Narratives that it’s almost easy to forget how technically talented she is, until she moves from almost-spoken-word territory to a powerful chorus without hesitation or illustrates a repetitive refrain that’s so affecting it feels like you might want to live inside it for a little while.


Show Date/Time:
Friday, January 28, 2022 at 8:00 pm
Doors at 7:30 pm

Ticket Prices:
$30 - $75 + taxes & fees

Where/ How Tickets Can be Purchased:
Purchase online using the button on the top right, or you may visit or call our box office at 413-584-9032 ext.105.
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