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  • Together Boston Announces Second Wave of Artists for Eighth Annual Festival

    By David Day on March 6, 2017
    March 1, 2017 (Boston, MA) — Following the first announcements of an already stellar lineup for its 2017 festival, Together — Boston’s only city-wide week-long celebration of all things Music, Art, and Technology — is thrilled to announce another wave of high-caliber artists from near and far both geographically and musically. From May 14-21, Boston will again be abuzz with…
  • Together Announces First Wave of Artists for Eighth Annual Festival

    By David Day on February 27, 2017
    Together — Boston’s only city-wide week-long celebration of all things Music, Art, and Technology — is thrilled to announce its return this Spring. From May 14-21, the festival presents its annual slate of concerts, art installations, and workshops and brings together the cultural community in celebration of the intersection of sound, sight, and science. “The core notion of the festival…isn’t…
  • Be Our Intern in for Together 2017!

    By David Day on October 5, 2016
    Together is currently looking for a Marketing Intern! Drop Cori a line by clicking here. Marketing & Community Outreach Intern Together Festival has an immediate opening for a Marketing & Community Outreach Intern. The focus of the internship is working with and managing local relationships, up to and including artists/producers, politicians, business owners and the Greater Boston audience at large.…
  • Together Recap: Day Four!

    By Anna Cieslik on May 19, 2016
    If day four of Together proved one thing, it’s that Bostonians don’t always have to turn to far off lands when looking for boundary-pushing approaches to music, art, and technology. Wednesday featured impressive acts, lectures, and installations from at home and abroad, creating. The result? A synthesis of talent right here in Boston.   The day started with a discussion on Reinforcing…
  • Together Recap: Day 4!

    By Sean Flynn on May 19, 2016
    First, we learned about running sound in event spaces with Sonic Beating! Nick Binary talking shop at @dangerawesome @together #tgthr7 #sonicbeating pic.twitter.com/4gZAcOHJl5 — Allan Flanders (@AllanFlanders) May 18, 2016 Then, we dissected some subwoofers at Danger!Awesome! Tonight 6:30 PM — Dissecting the SUB at @dangerawesome: https://t.co/pcgkOclq3F #CreateTogether #TGTHRdaytime pic.twitter.com/aR7BeP377P — Together 2016 (@together) May 18, 2016 Meanwhile at Mmmmaven: At…
  • Together Recap: Day Three!

    By Sean Flynn on May 18, 2016
    Festival goers filled multiple venues last night and they’re still hungry! Black Madonna graced a packed house at the Middlesex Lounge. A photo posted by jaykthedj (@jaykthedj) on May 18, 2016 at 6:23am PDT The lights were ON last night! Thanks Theresa Silver for these polygons! A video posted by Together Boston (@togetherboston) on May 17, 2016 at 11:51pm PDT…
  • Together Recap 5/15: It Begins!

    By Ben Gray on May 16, 2016
    Together is finally here! And this year we kicked off the festivities with a pair of awesome events: IT'S. ABOUT. TO GO. DOWN. #tgthr7 kicks off TONIGHT — catch us at @thesinclair @boweryboston for our opening party at 8pm feat. @floatingpoints and @madamegandhi. See you there… #tgthr7 #music #art #technology #dancemusic #cambma #house #techno #festival #musicfestival A photo posted by…
  • The Sound Sculptures of France Jobin And Tim Feeney

    By Anna Cieslik on May 14, 2016
    At the intersection of the fine arts and music reside France Jobin and Tim Feeney. The two artists create sweeping sonic portraits that challenge the way we interact with and perceive both music and art alike. Jobin and Feeney don’t create art that can be easily mounted on the wall of a museum for patrons to wander past; nor do…
  • The Music is Inside of You with Together’s Signature Drinks

    By Ben Gray on May 14, 2016
    Sure, the traditional way to enjoy electronic music is with your ears, but in the modern era, artists try to engage all your senses at once: giant LED screens and strobe lights make the music visual, the bass vibrations moving through your feet and belly make the music tactile, and the smell of the people around you makes music an…