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Weekend Preview May 19-24
Bob Dylan tributes, Deborah Voigt, Tom Paxton, Bill Kirchen, John Kirk and Trish Miller

Celebrating Bob Dylan's 70th Birthday in Style
Paying tribute to the greatest rock songwriter ever

FILM REVIEW: In a Better World and Of Gods and Men
Review by Seth Rogovoy

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Deborah Voigt Headlines Mahaiwe Gala
Opera star to sing arias, show tunes on Saturday, May 21

Famed Spiritual Teacher to Speak on Nonviolence
Mother Maya in free talk at Sruti Yoga in Great Barrington, Mass., on Friday May 20 at 7pm

Special Effects Wizard to Be Honored by Film Festival
Doug Trumbull to be Feted by BIFF

Weekend Preview May 12-16
Cultural Highlights of the Berkshire Weekend

Talk about a small world
Elaine and I grew up together, but only just recently met....

Berkshire Living to Cease Publication
A Farewell from Publisher Michael Zivyak

twiGs Branches Out
Lenox boutique launches new e-tail site

[MUSIC REVIEW] Avalon Quartet in Close Encounters at Mahaiwe
Review by Seth Rogovoy

[MUSIC REVIEW] Avalon Quartet in Close Encounters at Mahaiwe
Review by Seth Rogovoy

[FILM REVIEW] Bill Cunningham New York
Review by Seth Rogovoy

[FILM REVIEW] Bill Cunningham New York
Review by Seth Rogovoy

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Richard Thompson, America, and Madeline Peyroux added to Mahaiwe lineup this spring


Mahaiwe Members pre-sale starts February 25

Tickets available to the General Public as of March 5

Online: www.mahaiwe.org

Box Office: 413-528-0100


April 19 2008 / 8pm

All Seats $30/$25 Mahaiwe Members

The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center presents Richard Thompson on Saturday April 19 at 8pm. Richard Thompson was named by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the Top 20 Guitarists of all-time, the iconic British folk rock legend is one of the world's most critically acclaimed and prolific songwriters. Richard Thompson’s work is admired and recorded by such artists as Bonnie Raitt, David Byrne and Elvis Costello and his and the recent recipient of both an Ivor Novello Award for Songwriting and the 2006 BBC Lifetime Achievement Award. Including scoring Werner Hertzog's 2005 documentary 'Grizzly Man', Richard Thompson's astounding body of work includes over 40 albums of lyrical wit anchored by such a singular acoustic and electric guitar delivery. "In the guitar god firmament, Thompson easily takes a place beside Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page. He has certainly been the most consistently imaginative English plank spanker of modern times." - Daily Mirror


Saturday, May 17 2008 / 8pm

$125 Special Pre-show “Meet & Greet”/ $80 Limited Preferred Seating

$60/$55 Mahaiwe Members

The world discovered America in 1972, when a nameless horse began its gallop across the airwaves. America’s albums are certified gold and/or platinum, with their first greatest hits collection, “History,” reaching the four-million sales mark. America, featuring Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell will perform all their hits—A Horse With No Name, Ventura Highway, You Can Do Magic, Tin Man, Sister Golden Hair, Sandman...“Still cool after all these years.” Spin Magazine


Sunday, June 22 2008 / 7pm

$65 Limited Preferred Seating / $50/$45 Mahaiwe Members

Madeleine burst onto the recording scene in 1996, with her stunning debut album “Dreamland” and was greeted with gushing reviews raving about her smoke-and-whiskey vocals, often comparing her to the late, great Billie Holiday. Madeleine, then an American who had been living in Paris as a street musician, suddenly found herself on the fast track to fame. Appearances at Lilith Fair and jazz festivals, and opening tours for Sarah McLachlan followed. “Best International Jazz Artist 2007.” BBC


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