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St. John’s Coffeehouse Concert Series

The St. John’s Coffeehouse Concerts bring live music to local audiences; empower performing artists; and benefit social-support and arts organizations in the greater community. The series produces 8 concerts per year, and is in its eighth year. The series was established in 2012 when we brought in a Tanzanian Gospel singer named Flora Mayala and a local women’s African drumming group, Kukublu.

3 years ago

Called "one of the finest singers and musicians anywhere in folkdom" (Boston Globe) and "a musician and singer of dazzling versatility" (No Depression), Tracy Grammer is among contemporary folk music's most beloved artists. Renowned for her pure voice, deft guitar and violin work, and incantatory storytelling, Grammer has recorded and...

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2 years ago

Welcome to our long-awaited "Women in Traditional American Music" with Marylou Ferrante and Robin OHerin. This concert highlights the important role that women played both in creating and performing in the early 20th century. All three of these musicians are deeply vested in the American Traditional music. The three musicians...

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2 years ago

Opening for Reggie Harris at the St. John's Coffeehouse on Oct 12, are the award-winning duo of Lori Diamond and Fred Abatelli, performing their magical, genre-defying original music. For more about Lori and Fred’s music, see LDFAmusic.com St. John’s Coffeehouse is at 74 Pleasant St. (elevator entrance at Lombard and...

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2 years ago

Scottish Fish are a Boston based fiddle and cello group whose youthful enthusiasm, unique arrangements, and original compositions have entertained audiences throughout New England and beyond. Their performances of traditional and contemporary Scottish and Cape Breton music are woven together from years of fiddle camp and session music handed down...

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2 years ago

The Rivera Brunel Method is a cello and clarinet/ bass clarinet duo that blurs the lines between classical, jazz, world and rock idioms. Cellist Robert Rivera and clarinetist Todd Brunel started collaborating together in the early 90s in order to express their love for music, and to go on sonic...

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