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Cliff Notez Live at the Museum of Science

Cliff Notez, a highly collaborative and acclaimed multimedia artist, effortlessly blends elements of hip hop, jazz, folk, soul, and R&B in a manner that has drawn comparisons to the fusion found in Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp A Butterfly" intertwined with the introspective depth akin to Radiohead's "Kid A."

Through their music, Cliff delves into the aftermath of trauma, sheds light on the realities of the Black experience, and embarks on a personal journey toward healing. Despite grappling with weighty lyrical themes, their compositions often juxtapose somber narratives with buoyant melodies: featuring vibrant horns, luminous keys, crisp percussion, and radiant guitar riffs.

Cliff Notez's artistic prowess has garnered recognition from esteemed publications such as The New York Times, NPR, The Boston Globe, and Boston Herald, while receiving commendations from notable figures like Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley.

Renowned as "one of the most remarkable music figures in Boston" by Uproxx, Cliff's impact transcends the boundaries of the hip hop genre. Driven by a fervent dedication to social justice and the amplification of Black narratives, they actively contribute to their local community and advocate for inclusivity.

Acknowledged as "Best Musician" and featured among the "100 Most Influential Bostonians" by Boston Magazine, Cliff Notez's influence extends further, earning a place in the "50 Most Influential Bostonians" by Boston Common Magazine. With over 11 Boston Music Award nominations, including victories for "Song of the Year" in 2020 and the prestigious "Best New Artist" award in 2018, Cliff remains a prominent figure in the Boston arts scene.

This upcoming Spring, Cliff Notez will captivate audiences at the Charles Hayden Planetarium for an unprecedented experience, exclusively at the Museum of Science!

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07:30 PM

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09:30 PM



Live Music


1 Science Park Boston, MA 02114

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