Graham Gaines at the Lilypad

Graham Gaines is a one-man, multi-instrument band based out of Boston, MA.  Graham graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music in 2014, and spent three years touring with the historic jazz vocal group The Four Freshmen.  His music combines layers of vocals, flugelhorn, keys and percussion with influences from jazz, indie electronica, and singer-songwriter […]

Chadwick Stokes 12th Annual Calling All Crows Benefit

Chadwick Stokes and his band the Pintos will be performing at House of Blues Boston on December 21st for their 12th annual Calling All Crows Benefit. Money raised at the concert will help channel the power of live music toward community change for women and girls. Calling All Crows is a social activist organization committed […]

Dynamic Duos: Partnerships of the Baroque

Vivaldi Sonata in C minor for oboe and basso continuo Vandini Sonata in A minor for cello and basso continuo S.L. Weiss Tombeau sur la Mort de M. Comte d’Logy Tartini Sonata in g minor, Op. 1 No. 10 ‘Didone abbandonata’ for violin and basso continuo P. Boni Sonata XII in B minor for cello […]

35th Annual Fall Together Concert

The 35th annual Fall Together concert is a celebration of composers associated with the Jazz Composition Department at Berklee College of Music, featuring new music by department faculty. A faculty jazz orchestra will perform music by Scott Free, Greg Hopkins, Ayn Inserto, Bob Pilkington, Jackson Schultz, and others in a celebration of the future of […]

Jonah Tolchin at Club Passim

Jonah Tolchin has wrestled with a wellspring of emotions in his 26 years, and in the process, has consistently found the means of integrating his sentiments into his songs. It’s been a relatively brief progression as far as his career is concerned, but the maturity and musical progression he’s tallied in that short time has […]

Sam Robbins & Hannah Siglin in Concert

Sam Robbins is a New England-based singer songwriter whose smooth, soulful and intriguing vocals evoke thoughts of artists far beyond his 22 years. Reminiscent of classic singer songwriters like James Taylor and John Denver, his songs effortlessly blend pop melodies and folk philosophies coupled with stunning guitar work. A multi-instrumentalist from a young age, Sam […]

Mouths of Babes Concert at Club Passim

With more than a dozen albums and over a thousand shows between them, Ty Greenstein and Ingrid Elizabeth of Mouths of Babes are no strangers to the contemporary folk music scene. For years, their respective bands Girlyman and Coyote Grace captivated thousands of loyal fans as they criss-crossed the country, rocked festival main stages, and toured with the likes of the Indigo Girls and Dar Williams. Now, as Mouths […]

Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, Music by Mark Harvey at MIT Cambridge

The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, led by founder and music director Mark Harvey, will continue its historic 47th season with a free concert at MIT Killian Hall in Cambridge, featuring premieres and recent works by Mark Harvey.   The show will include the Boston premiere of Harvey’s piece Consecration (2019), together with Harvey’s Trumputin Tango and Fake […]

Ranting’ Pipe and Tremblin’ String: Music of 18th-c. Scotland

?Join Seven Times Salt as we explore the unique crossroads of 18th-century Scottish folk and classical traditions. In 1707, the nation’s Union with England sparked a patriotic surge of interest in Scotland’s own music tradition. As the Scottish Enlightenment swept the nation, Edinburgh became a hotbed of concerts, dances, and patronage of the arts. Professional musicians and […]


Diana Oh is a witch. She knows it. So do her closest friends. Clairvoyance runs in her family. She went to a spiritual counselor in the jungle in Thailand, and the spiritual counselor told her to sing and go wild in Boston. Everything else the spiritual counselor said came true, so Diana is doing it. […]

The Creative Music Series welcomes a Stellar Jazz and new Music Trio

The Anthony Coleman’s (new) Trio: Creative Improvisational Jazz The Master on the Piano revealing his New Trio —fresh from gigs in Columbia, S.A., New Haven and Brooklyn —with a special musician teaching at Berklee, from NYC, who was a choice musician of greats; —-plus a young and eager player embroiled in the NY downtown experimental […]