Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez
with Guest Mitch Chakour
Opening Night Reception at 6:45pm
Saturday Night Live vocalist Christine Ohlman, with Rebel Montez and special guest Mitch Chakour, will kick off the Meetinghouse 2019 season.
Quabbin Valley Pro Musica
with Geoffrey Hudson, Music Director
QVPM presents In Praise of Nature, a radiant selection of music about spring, birds, love, nymphs, shepherds and more.
The Wildcat O’Halloran Band
The Cat serves up a serious dose of real blues peppered with witty lyrics, tight musicianship, and some raucous attitude.
The Richard Chase Experience
“Stone Man” Richard Chase brings superbly crafted songs and tasteful musicianship on a variety of instruments.
Weeping Bong Band
Glenn Jones is a master of the American Primitive Guitar style invented by John Fahey.
The Green Sisters
Hubbardston natives Beck, Bets, Brie & Mel offer up a foot-stomping eclectic mix of folk, Celtic, bluegrass, old-time, Cajun, a cappella & barbershop music.
Steven Schoenberg is a dynamic, award-winning composer/pianist whose talents cross into musical theater, classical compositions, film scoring, children’s music, and solo improvisational piano performances.
Arlo Guthrie’s middle daughter is a prolific songwriter and versatile folk musician known to stray into a little country rock and blues.
Southern Rail’s performances are high-energy exuberant fun, with riveting harmonies, irrepressible humor and sparkling banjo, mandolin, and guitar solo work.
Windborne presents stunningly powerful and gorgeous vocal harmony with music ranging from American folk to songs of many countries.
Scott Ainslie’s performances present a wonderful palette of sounds and stories that will delight the ear, awaken the mind, and satisfy the heart.
John Hanifin moves back to his classical roots with Bach and other lovely pieces for solo cello.
Fire Pond presents wonderful old-time fiddle tunes, swing, roots music, Celtic, Eastern European, folk, gospel, and original music.
with Anand Nayak
Folksinger/songwriter Lui Collins presents an intimate evening of song, accompanying herself on tenor ukulele and banjo, with Anand Nayak on guitar, vocal harmonies and more.
and Her Handsome Devils
Closing Night Reception at 6:45pm
Samirah’s live performance repertoire runs the gamut from raunchy blues to jazz smooth as silk. She has often been compared to Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, and Etta James.
Fiery Hope plus Forest Avenue
Playing for Change Foundation Benefit
a Benefit for Playing for Change Foundation
Fiery Hope, formerly the Amandla Chorus, celebrates life with hope-filled hearts by presenting new and old songs for justice, freedom, and peace. Opening act Forest Avenue is a high energy string quartet playing music from Celtic and other traditional genres.
Peter Blanchette & Mané Larregla
Duo concert with archguitarist, composer, arranger and conductor Peter Blanchette, and with archguitarist Mané Larregla.
with Pete Nelson
This will be a rare return performance by old friends Mad Agnes with an opening set by Pete Nelson.