All Together Now, a multimedia event (ATN), is excited to announce its 4th installment, which will be on Saturday, April 29 at 9pm at the Lily Pad in Cambridge!
Thanks to the Live Arts Boston Grant from the Boston Foundation, in partnership with the Barr Foundation, ATN has the funding to continue its mission to create space for women, people of color, and LGBTQ performers in partnership with allies!
Read more about the artists for All Together Now #4!
Press Release for All Together Now #4
All Together Now, a multimedia event (ATN), is excited to announce its 4th installment, which will be on Saturday, April 29 at 9pm at the Lily Pad in Cambridge! ATN is a multidisciplinary event series that makes space for women, people of color, and LGBT performers in partnership with allies; and combines performances from Boston and NYC in Boston to enhance the artistic dialogue and help artists build connections.
In consonance with this mission, the 4th installment brings together Spoken Word Artist and Black Lives Matter organizer Didi Delgado, Grand Beatbox Championship winner from NYC Gene Shinozaki, Rap Artist and Co-Director of the Hip Hop Transformation Tashawn Taylor, and Boston-based, experimental rock band First Frost. Tickets can be purchased for $10 at alltogetherbos.com.
Last year, ATN produced three shows, with more than 25 performers, that incorporated many different genres and artist identities. Said Artistic Director Anna Rae, “Several of the acts tried something new – incorporating new performance elements or equipment – and I had artists tell me that the experience had inspired them to continue innovating.”
Further installments of ATN are made possible by the Live Arts Boston Grant from The Boston Foundation, and with this award are plans to expand its scope. “This year we have a few extra goals beyond keeping the series inclusive and multi-disciplinary,” said Anna Rae. “We want to expand to more neighborhoods, and produce all-ages shows while keeping the cost of tickets affordable. We think everyone regardless of income should be able to create and experience art publicly.”