local music

The Nude Party

The Nude Party congealed as one unit in the southern mountain town of Boone, NC in 2013 and gained their namesake very literally. Bonded by isolation, house party debauchery, a religion based on pushing the limits of bad taste, and a precocious predisposition towards the Kinks, the Animals and the Velvets, they have burgeoned into […]


Scott Helman

Since the May 2017 release of Scott Helman’s full-length album Hôtel De Ville, the four-time JUNO Award nominee has maintained a relentless touring schedule in support of the album and it’s hit singles “Kinda Complicated,” “Ripple Effect” and the gold-certified “PDA.” Beginning with a headlining tour across Canada in the Fall of 2017, Scott then […]


Bailen / Cypress

When they’re not touring with jazz virtuoso Raul Midón, or starring on London’s West End in the hit show Close to You; Bacharach Reimagined, 25-year-old twins Daniel (Bass) and David Bailen (Drums) are playing and singing in three part harmony with their 19-year-old sister Julia (Guitar), in their band BAILEN. Childhood friend Pierre Piscitelli (Keyboards) […]


Climapalooza (IPCC Recovery Concert)

IPCC gotcha down? Come dance away your IPCC blues at CLIMAPALOOZA! Climable is hosting an outdoor fundraiser concert on Friday, October 26th at Herter Park amphitheater! Bring your friends, family, and anyone else you know to take advantage of the New England fall weather while listening to some great jams. Admission is free, but donations […]


Steam Kettle – A Music Festival at Hale

Grab your blanket or camp chair and join us on Cat Rock Field for an afternoon of music and craft brews! Beer garden by Night Shift Brewing. Lineup includes Busty and the Bass, Will Evans & Rising Tide, and Juice, with more artists to be announced. Hale is proud to celebrate 100 years of providing […]


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 […]


Gillian Grogan & Bold Forbes at Club Passim

Gillian Grogan Website: http://gilliangrogan.com Gillian Grogan is a Cambridge based songwriter with a knack for weaving narratives. Her songs are anything but Five Feet Small, wading through salty rhythms of travels past, emerging between the forest flows, the resin of a thoughtful youth. Global folk and Appalachian influences have pinned the proverbial blooms in the hair […]


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 […]


Mascharada! Musical Surprises from 17th-century Germany

The 2017-18 season of Music for Viols and Friends will conclude on Friday, April 13, 2018 with a concert of German baroque instrumental music featuring El Dorado Ensemble (Carol Lewis, Janet Haas, Paul Johnson, Mai-Lan Broekman and Alice Mroszczyk, violas da gamba; Olav Chris Henriksen, baroque lute & theorbo).  The program includes canzonas, dances, and […]


THE HATS PledgeMusic Campaign Launch Party

THE HATS, on their way to recording/releasing a full length record, are hosting a PledgeMusic Campaign Launch Party at the Lizard Lounge with friends, THE LIBRARY BAND


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 […]