We're thrilled to announce that Peregrine Road will be performing at MBS on Tuesday April 21st. Peregrine Road plays captivating acoustic music that occupies a sweet spot somewhere between chamber music and folk music, with complex arrangements and lush textures alongside raw energy and multi-cultural influences. Karen Axelrod and Rachel Bell have quickly become known together as a powerhouse duo capable of a huge variety of styles, in demand throughout North America and beyond for concerts, workshops, festivals, English country dances, contra dances, and other events. Their music is rooted in Celtic, English, French, Quebecois, New England, and Appalachian traditions while at the same time being infused with the excitement of new compositions and dynamic improvisation. Audience members frequently remark on Peregrine Road's exquisite musicianship and mastery of their instruments, as well as their outrageous humor and ability to connect with listeners of all ages and walks of life. Please join us for a memorable evening sure to get your toe tapping one moment and tug at your heart strings the next. Learn more at https://rachelbellmusic.com. Please RSVP and for your convenience you can also make a donation prior to the concert.
Concerts & RSVP
Sofia Talvik – Americana / Folk with Swedish Roots
Unmistakably Nordic in flavor, Sofia Talvik somehow still conforms to American interpretations of her own original music, a North Sea siren blending sparkle and melancholy. A veteran performer with 7 full length albums as well as numerous EPs, singles and tours behind her. See our Videos page to see Sofia new song "Take Me Home". See Sofia's web site for more information: https://sofiatalvik.com Doors open at 7, concert begins at 7:30.