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Cambridge Symphony Orchestra: Family Concert

The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s annual Family Concert is a chance for music lovers of all ages to enjoy a variety of classical music for the whole family. This concert includes Prokofiev‘s beloved retelling of Peter and the Wolf: the classic story set to music, with a cast of characters including a duck, a pet cat, […]

Cambridge Symphony Orchestra presents “Dancing with Demons”

The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra offers its first-ever performance of the symphonic poem The Oak by Florence Price, an early-twentieth-century African-American composer whose works are experiencing a major contemporary renaissance thanks to her distinctive voice. Max Levinson, a member of the piano faculty at both Boston Conservatory and the New England Conservatory, will join the CSO for Rachmaninoff’s devilish Rhapsody on […]

Adult Lunchbox

Enjoy a mix of original songs by Raaid and a slew of covers performed by Adult Lunchbox, a new locally grown band! Come grab a bite/drink at TOAD in Porter Square with no cover charge!

Gillian Grogan & Bardo Present: FLAKE FEST!

In celebration of her Winter Ballads EP release, Gillian Grogan is teaming up with the beloved Cambridge Bardo House Concert series to present: FLAKE FEST! A wintry wonderland, all the magic of a snowflake’s downward dance less the nose-numbing breeze….though, upon the air, a melody, the truth of which would bring you chills nonetheless. LINEUP […]

Irving Berlin’s Yip! Yip! Yaphank!

American Classics gave the first revival in 2010 and now we bring it back for its centenary.  “Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning” and the original version of “God Bless America” are only two of the gems in this show. Read more about the cast.  Saturday, November 3, 2018, at 7:30 […]

Giuseppe Paradiso Meridian 71

GIUSEPPE PARADISO MERIDIAN 71    Giuseppe Paradiso: drums Utar Artun: keys Phil Sargent: guitar Galen Willett: elec. fretless bass Malick Ngom: West African drums Doors: 8:30pm | Show: 9pm Tickets: $12 in advance / $15 at the door. Meridian 71 is an eclectic and international ensemble of Boston-based musicians, led by drummer and composer G. […]

A Midsummer Night’s Dance: Cambridge Symphony Orchestra

The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Music Director Cynthia Woods, will perform a new staging of Mendelssohn’s incidental music for Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with choreography by Gianni Di Marco. The semi-staged performance will include the full Cambridge Symphony Orchestra, elevated out of the pit and onto center stage, an ensemble of approximately 10 […]

Lucas Roy, Annie Stokes, Chris Dalla Riva, Carlin Tripp

Join us for an amazing night of music – We have two incredible out of state singer/songwriter’s joining us. Lucas Roy, from Maine is kicking off his East Coast Tour with Annie Stokes from Virginia. Opening with local talent Chris Dalla Riva and closing the night with Carlin Tripp, you won’t want to miss these four […]

Harry Jay / Claudia B. Swope

  Harry Jay is an R&B/ Funk/ Hip-hop artist, originally hailing from Washington DC, and now attending the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA.  His sound has been described as an “effortlessly cool” blend of R&B and hip-hop (Atwood Magazine), and the “Musical love child of Steely Dan and Jamiroquai” (Earbits Radio).  On […]

Cambridge Symphony Orchestra: Mahler and Mozart

Our season opens by pairing Mahler’s most Classical symphony, the Sixth, with Mozart’s energetic Symphony No. 35. Mozart’s so-called Haffner Symphony, originating as a “serenade” of party music for the Haffner family, is gracious and celebratory. It provides welcome contrast to Mahler’s Sixth Symphony, a dramatically powerful, emotionally catastrophic, and utterly merciless depiction of heroism […]

Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards at Oberon

Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards present a special CD-release concert at Oberon, featuring performances by special guests! Cutting her teeth as a sideman in Boston’s roots music scene, Laura Corteseforged a unique path through a pool rich in talent (due to a large population of Berklee School of Music graduates like herself) including stints as […]

Marvin Gaye Reimagined at Beat Brasserie

On Tuesday, June 20th, 2017, from 8:00PM to 11:00PM, Beat Brasserie, recently named one of the top “100 Hottest Restaurants in America” by, pays tribute to the iconic Marvin Gaye with a night of live music featuring Gaye’s top hits. Located in the heart of Cambridge’s Harvard Square, guests can take in the series […]