Bach Society Orchestra’s Winter Alumni Concert; Mardi Gras and “Music from the Seven” benefits for the ACLU; story-telling from Finland’s Kalevala; the Contest4Improv4Humans Boston Regional Round; and a Coach rock mini-fest.
Love and Other Entanglements; Family and Children’s Concert Series with the Tufts Symphony Orchestra; “Tiny & Short: A Drop in the Bucket”; Laughing Liberally; and Valentines shopping.
Nearly two years after management raised the possibility, a Live Music Brunch officially kicks off this weekend at the venerable Passim folk club in Harvard Square.
Free (mostly classical) concerts; ninth annual “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-off; Silent Disco Snow Day; Out of the Blue Benefit Show with music and comedy; Pre-Superbowl Show with music and #SnarkerBowl/Chili Cook-off Party.
ACLU benefit with art, music and film; free chocolate tasting as part of Harvard Square’s Chocolate Festival; 39th Annual Sci-Fi Marathon at MIT; Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” opera; and 1Fest hardcore music event.
Out of the Blue Benefit Show & Tarot Reading; Poetry Brothel; 17th annual Lizard Lounge Open Mic Main Event; two comedy events benefiting the ACLU; and a “Carnival of the Animals” family concert by the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.
The stunning, haunting music of Gaelynn Lea can be appreciated live Thursday at Passim in Harvard Square, as the winner of last year’s Tiny Desk Contest from NPR Music embarks on her second national tour.
“The room’s going to be beautiful,” said co-owner Nabil Sater on Wednesday, as workers paused from setting up light and sound systems. The plan around the time Sonia’s was proposed called for three to four months of renovations and an early 2016 opening.
Management of The Sinclair has been split in two, with Bowery Cambridge retaining control over music acts but with food and alcohol falling under the purview of Facility Concession Services, which does the same for the Charles Playhouse in Boston.
BCMFest of Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic music; Glowberon with Johnny Blazes and Brian King; Art exhibits and receptions for “Death & Technicolor” and “M/othering”; Laughing Liberally; and the “Tickets, Please” Mass Mouth Story Slam.