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The Grand Harmonie ensemble rehearses its first orchestra concert. (Photo: Grand Harmonie)

The Grand Harmonie ensemble rehearses its first orchestra concert. (Photo: Grand Harmonie)

If “NCIS” and “Dads” doesn’t really count as destination viewing for you, maybe you need an actual destination Tuesday. Try the Tuesday Night Concert Series at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Mid-Cambridge, near Central Square.

At 7 p.m. Tuesday, the series presents “An Evening with Grand Harmonie,” playing trios and quartets for winds by Haydn, Rossini and others on period instruments – part of the mission of Grand Harmonie, which uses a core group of wind players as a chamber ensemble and as the backbone of an orchestra dedicated to historically informed performances. Its wind and brass players are centered in Boston and New York.

Next up in the series: Open Mic Opera, taking place at 7 p.m. Jan. 14, in which local opera singers, young and old, amateur and professional, are invited to sing their hearts out.

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is at 838 Massachusetts Ave. Tickets are $10 at the door.