As the final round of leaves drift to the chilly ground, Club Passim, is keeping warm with a diverse music lineup including two compelling all-female music groups, a one-day interactive concert series, and an ‘Not, Old, Not New’ singer-songwriter. Click here for the full schedule.
Acoustic folk trio ‘Low Lily’ combines a myriad of music styles including Scottish, bluegrass, Old Time Appalachian, New England, and Irish, pouring their fresh style into their new self-titled album, ‘Low Lily.’ At times soothing and other times purely joyful, this innovative trio performs live at Club Passim to celebrate their new album on Veterans Day on November 11 at 8 p.m.
Della Mae is a Club Passim favorite and they return to the stage for two consecutive performances on Thursday, November 12 at 7 and 10 p.m. This all-female acoustic bluegrass group is made up of singer Celia Woodsmith, guitarist Courtney Hartman, bass player Shelby Means, mandolinist Jenny Lyn Gardner, and the award-winning fiddle champion Kimber Ludiker. Allow them to tell you a few stories through song on Thursday, November 12 with one show sold out at 7 p.m.
Virginia native singer-songwriter Carsie Blanton has taken her rock, folk, and jazz style all over the world, including on a tour with Paul Simon. A tremendous music lover, her dynamic sound can be heard on her extensive discography which includes her sixth album release from last year, ‘Not Old, Not New.’ See her take the Club Passim stage on Friday, November 13 at 8 p.m. Florida native singer-songwriter Matt Hires opens.
Bring the family for a local one-day concert series presented by multi-talented singer-songwriter Alastair Moock called, ‘Pastures of Plenty.’ It is a musical celebration where singer-songwriters from different backgrounds swap songs on stage. Laura Cortese, Jamie Walker, Paul Kochanski, and Eric Royer will collaborate on Saturday, November 14 at 10:30 a.m. An encore performance will take place at 8 p.m.
Boston-based all-women a Capella group, ‘Taproot’ delivers spiritual harmony, sing-along, ballads, and much more. ‘Taproot’ will take the stage on Saturday, November 14 at 3 p.m.
All performances will take place at Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Become a Club Passim member and get the VIP treatment including discounts on tickets, be invited to member-only events, buy tickets before they got out to the general public, and so much more.
The Passim School of Music is also a wonderful venue to learn to play a favorite instrument. Workshops and classes are plentiful! To see what November has to offer at Passim School of Music and at Club Passim, visit passim.org.