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Jake Armerding at Sanctuary Hall

August 27 @ 8:00 pm - September 28 @ 10:00 pm

$10 – $40

Jake Armerding is a singer, producer, violinist, published author and “the most gifted and promising songwriter to emerge from the Boston folk scene in years” (Boston Globe).

Jake will be performing selections from his latest album, “Sweet Octave.”

Armerding draws on a wealth of influences in his music — contemporary folk, progressive bluegrass, classic folk-rock of the ’60s, and singer/songwriters of the ’70s and ’80s…

Openers will be Andy and Judy, a singer-songwriter folk duo from Pembroke.

About Music At Sanctuary Hall: MSH is an Edwardian-era architectural and acoustic wonder tucked away in East Weymouth’s Jackson Square. It is also the sanctuary of East Weymouth Congregational Church, United Church of Christ.  Our Music Director describes It as “the best acoustics south of Boston’s Jordan Hall.”

Our concert season runs from September to May and includes a variety of artists performing folk, jazz, blues, classical, gospel and special Christmas/Holiday concerts in December and January. Past performers have included such nationally known acts as Mark Erelli and Jake Armerding, both of whom have performed many times at the storied Passim in Cambridge. Local performers include Jim Melody, composer of “Christmas in Boston,” plus the Joyful Voices of Inspriation gospel choir, which has performed all over the planet; the Sharon Concert Band and our own orchestra-in-residence, the Southeastern Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Details

Start:
August 27 @ 8:00 pm
End:
September 28 @ 10:00 pm
Cost:
$10 – $40
Website:
Www.eweyucc.org/musicatsanctuaryhall/

Organizer

music at sanctuary hall
Phone:
(781) 974-3503
Email:
Www.eweyucc.org/musicatsanctuaryhall/
Website:
Www.eweyucc.org/musicatsanctuaryhall/

Venue

Music at Sanctuary Hall
1320 Commercial Street
East Weymouth, MA 02129 United States
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Phone:
(781) 974-3503
Website:
Www.eweyucc.org/musicatsanctuaryhall/