Events

  • $15

    Grant Gordy and Ross Martin


    Brooklyn, NY duo Grant Gordy and Ross Martin’s new recording Year of the Dog brings together two of acoustic music’s most forward-thinking virtuoso guitarists, both of whom have deep backgrounds in the American musical vernacular. The album combines originals from each with well-chosen covers from the bluegrass and jazz worlds in which they’ve made their homes. The duo, born of impromptu musical meetings and jams, honors its birth in spontaneity with plenty of seat-of-the-pants soloing as well as some elaborate two-guitar arrangements that recall other great guitar pairings: Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson, John Scofield and Bill Frisell, Lennon and Harrison, Rice and Blake, to name a handful.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra -with Cape Elizabeth Concert Jazz Ensemble


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $55

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - 2018 Season Pass


    Get tickets for every PJO show for 2018, at a discounted price! Must be purchased before first show of the year on 1/18. Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $20

    Duke Robillard


    Here’s a quick quiz: What do Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Jay McShann, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, John Hammond, the late Jimmy Witherspoon, Dr. John, Maria Muldaur, Roomful of Blues, and the Canadian band The Rockin’ Highliners all have in common? Answer: Duke Robillard. Guitarist. Bandleader. Songwriter. Singer. Producer. Session musician. And a one-man cheering section for the blues, in all its forms and permutations. And every one of those names has shared recording studio space or stage time with a man who is a legend in the blues community.

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  • $12

    Ben Caplan w/ duquette (Solo)


    A charismatic charmer and a smasher of pianos. A madman and an earnest poet. A strummer of delicate chords and a lover of bent and broken melodies. Ben Caplan is not any one thing. As he releases his second album, he's already gained a following in more than a dozen countries from Australia to Europe and across North America. It's no surprise. Caplan is simply unforgettable; with his huge beard and unruly mane, he is as visually striking as he is aurally compelling.

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  • $12

    Rick Charette


    Due to the nature of this show, members free children's passes won't be usable. As a singer and songwriter, Rick Charette has been capturing the hearts and spirits of young and old alike with his delightful and inspiring children's songs. His performances blend original contemporary pop music and lyrics with imaginative activities that generate all kinds of audience participation.

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  • $10

    The Novel Ideas w/ Hayley Sabella


    In the fall of 2012, The Novel Ideas were playing around with a song they’d never performed live. The four friends sat in a room in their house in Brighton, Massachusetts, contemplating the song’s mechanics. They sang together, trying out different harmonies and arrangements until, finally, it clicked. Vocalist Daniel Radin recalls, “When we finally got the four-part harmony down, it was this moment where we realized like ‘oh, this isn’t just an element of our music—it’s a feature.”

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  • $12

    SOUNDS OF THE CITY with AFRiCAN DUNDADA, AKELA MOON, MYLES BULLEN, TOAST, THE DESPERATE MAN'S BLUES EXPLOSION, and the PORTLAND CULTURE EXCHANGE


    Mark Otim is the celestial visionary known as AFRiCAN DUNDADA. His initials are fitting with his Modus Operandi an intention of bringing more smiles to faces in a world that obviously prefers the corners of their mouth to levitate rather than to have them pulled down by the strings of identifying strictly with worldly form. Sadly, we are inundated with negative reminders. The negativity starts inside our head with expectations rooted in folly combined with illustrious illusions that we are too small to matter; simultaneously thinking we are greater than everything else- a conditioned belief implemented from childhood that we are separate.

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  • $10

    Katie Matzell EP Release w/ Dominic Lavoie


    Katie Matzell is a singer and songwriter from Portland, Maine, whose music can best be described as soulful, progressive pop/r&b. Her debut EP will be released in early 2018.

    The daughter of a former radio disc jockey, Katie grew up with a library of records in her basement, consuming a wide range of genres as her father's radio career took him to stations that spun golden oldies, classic rock, Top 40 and more. Her major influences include the Beatles, Bonnie Raitt, and Aretha Franklin, to name just a few.

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  • $0

    Portland Food Council Annual Meeting


    One year after their official launch party, the Portland Food Council is bringing Portland's food community back together for their first Annual Meeting. This event is free and everyone who cares about food is welcome to attend.

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  • $15

    MaineVoices Live featuring Chase Morrill and the Maine Cabin Masters


    TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED HERE Master builder Chase Morrill is the star of "Maine Cabin Masters" on the DIY Network. The reality show follows the Kennebec Property Services crew, which includes Morrill's sister, brother and longtime friends, as they gut, rehab, and redecorate classic Maine camps and cabins. A tenth-generation Mainer, Morrill and his crew work with tight budgets and timeframes while producers capture up to forty hours of footage for one episode. "Maine Cabin Masters" launched its second season November 27.

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  • $15

    Ocean Sol Jazz + Guest Vocalist Shannon O'Connor: The Jazz Musicians Benefit Concert


    This show has been rescheduled from 1/5. All tickets to the original date will be honored.

    This show will feature Dignity For Opiate Users as a chosen non-profit. Learn more about their mission here.

    Ocean Sol Jazz + Special Guest- Shannon O’Connor-vocalist- in association with El Rancho Productions and One Longfellow Square announces; The Winter  Jazz Musicians Benefit concert to help end the Opioid Epidemic in Maine.

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  • $30

    Le Vent Du Nord


    The award winning and highly acclaimed band Le Vent du Nord is a leading force in Quebec’s progressive francophone folk movement.  The group’s vast repertoire draws from both traditional sources and original compositions, while enhancing it’s hard-driving soulful music (rooted in the Celtic diaspora) with a broad range of global influences.

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  • $12

    CANCELLED: Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas (Album Release Show) + Julie Rhodes Band


    This show has been cancelled. All tickets will be refunded. “Even I have a hard time describing this album,” Matthew Stubbs admits. “People hear it, and ask, ‘What kind of music is this?’ No idea! And I’m happy about that.” As he should be. The self-titled debut from Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas is a decidedly diverse and propulsive affair, combining psych rock with garage rock, acid blues, Afrobeat and funk (amongst several other styles). It’s also cinematic — at times, it feels like you’ve been invited to hear the world’s coolest soundtrack (note, there is a song called “Tarantino”).

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  • $8

    Xander Nelson, Rest Assured, Rosalie Turner


    Xander Nelson, fronted by local singer / songwriter Xander Nelson, is a punchy, melodic rock band that draws inspiration from acts like Arctic Monkeys and The White Stripes. The band consists of Xander on vocals and guitar, Manny Urgiles on guitar, Kristian Terison on Bass, and Chuck Martin on drums.

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  • $30

    David Mallett


    The cool breezes of Maine’s northlands have flowed through the songs of David Mallett for more than four decades. In his lengthy career he has recorded 14 albums, had several hundred covers of his songs, and has appeared on numerous broadcasts, including National Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion. Known for his carefully written, poetic offerings, his body of work has provided material for an eclectic list of artists that includes Alison Krauss, Pete Seeger, Hal Ketchum, Emmylou Harris, John Denver and the Muppets. For this show he will be backed by a full band for a rare musical experience not to be missed.

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  • $12

    Inanna - Sisters in Rhythm


    Inanna was conceived in Ulna, Maine, in 1989,  in the context of a drum class under the tutelage of John McDowell, who offered the wise guidance that if you want to improve as a musician, "play out", i.e.., start performing.  Their first official gig was on the Winter Solstice 1989, which is the holiday of the Goddess Inanna, whose myth recounts her descent and reemergence from the underworld. Some versions of the myth describe her being called back to the upper world through the sound of the drum.  Some versions of the myth also say she was responsible for bring the drum to her people.

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  • $15

    Liz Longley


    Listening to Liz Longley is like diving into a vivid dream, moody and somehow both familiar and strange. At first, the dream belongs exclusively to Longley. But as she sings what she’s trying to know––her lovers, her place, herself––her fierce candor shatters any walls that may have separated us, and the dream we’re swimming in becomes more than just Longley’s. It becomes ours.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra w/ South Portland High School Jazz Ensemble


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $10

    Music & Meaning: A Night of Songs and Stories with Maine Music & Health


    This special evening will feature marimba pieces performed by Kate Beever, with special guests performing and sharing what music means to them. Kate Beever, originally from Gorham, Maine, studied at the USM School of Music and then worked for Frank Glazer before moving to New York City. She is now a Board Certified Music Therapist with a Master’s degree in Music Psychotherapy from New York University. While in New York, she interned at Beth Israel Medical Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She returned to the fresh air of Maine to open Maine Music & Health.

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  • $15

    Tarbox Ramblers


    Taking listeners to a place where Appalachian music and backwoods blues meet in powerful, unexpected combinations, The Tarbox Ramblers have drawn raves from Rolling Stone, All Things Considered and more. The band’s sound is rough-hewn, dark and direct. The Washington Post calls The Tarbox Ramblers “a force of nature”; The New Yorker says “Between the fiddle, string bass, drums and slide guitar, you won't know what hit you.”

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  • $15

    Gawler Family Band


    The Gawler Family is a fun-lovin' folk-singin' Family from Maine. Ellen, John, Molly, Edith Elsie Gawler and Bennett Konesni bring you an assortment of old and new sounds from many folk traditions. They accompany interweaving family harmonies with fiddles, banjo, wooden banjo, cello, guitar and harmonica.

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  • $30

    Cherish The Ladies


    Please Note: Member Discounts were only available during the pre-sale period. “It is simply impossible to imagine an audience that wouldn’t enjoy what they do,” says the Boston Globe speaking of Cherish the Ladies, the long-running, Grammy-nominated, Irish-American super group that formed in New York City in 1985 to celebrate the rise of women in what had been a male-dominated Irish music scene and has since toured the world, played the White House and the Olympics, recorded 16 outstanding albums including a live recording, “An Irish Homecoming,” which was simultaneously videotaped for an for an Public Television Special that is airing across America and recently won an Emmy.

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  • $30

    Richard Shindell


    Please note: Member discounts and guest passes were only available during the pre-sale period and are no longer applicable. Originally from New York, now dividing his time between Buenos Aires, Argentina and New York's Hudson Valley, Richard Shindell is a writer whose songs paint pictures, tell stories, juxtapose ideas and images, inhabit characters, vividly evoking entire worlds along the way and expanding our sense of just what it is a song may be. From his first record, Sparrow's Point (1992) to his current release, Careless (September 2016), Shindell has explored the possibilities offered by this most elastic and variable of cultural confections: the song.

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  • $15

    The Strangely Possibles


    The Strangely Possibles, fronted by songwriter Al Timpson, is a loose collective of some of Maine’s most accomplished and innovative musicians. Their music, rooted in soulful and narrative lyricism, exudes an unpretentiously “rock-a-delic” sound, its influences ever-changing with the input of the various individuals who collaborate on each of the band’s four released albums and counting. Their sound is fresh, like Steely Dan meets The Grateful Dead. The Strangely Possibles delivers energetic, groovy, and sometimes sensitive tunes that never fail to move an audience.

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  • $18

    Decompression Chamber Music


    Decompression Chamber Music arose from the conviction that classical chamber music is as profound and uplifting today as ever. At a time when the audience for the classical is shrinking, it is our hope and purpose to reinvigorate the love and passion of chamber music by presenting a series of informal concert/discussions that will demystify the genre and attract people who might otherwise shy away from it.

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  • $12

    Highway Kind: A Celebration of Townes Van Zandt


    Portland, Maine based musician Seth Warner and his band with several special guests will present Highway Kind: A celebration of Townes Van Zandt an evening full of the songs and stories from the life of this late, legendary and iconic Texas singer-songwriter.

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  • $30

    James Montgomery


    Please note: Member benefits are only applicable during the pre-sale period for this show which ended 1/10. When blues legend James Montgomery plays the harmonica, he "brings it on home". Whether it's recording with Kid Rock, sitting in with Gregg Allman, or fronting his hot band of thirty years, Montgomery plays with authority. While growing up in Detroit he learned first-hand from the masters - James Cotton, John Lee Hooker, and Jr. Wells - at the legendary "Chessmate." Over the years, he's carried on in the tradition and continues to be a vital presence in Blues as one of the most dynamic performers on the scene.

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  • $12

    State Theatre Presents: Parsonsfield


    Though they call western Massachusetts home, Parsonsfield draws their name from the rural Maine town that's home to the Great North Sound Society, the farmhouse-turned- recording-studio of Josh Ritter keyboardist/producer Sam Kassirer. It was there that they cut their outstanding debut, 'Poor Old Shine,' which established them as a roots force to be reckoned with. Folk Alley dubbed their songs "the most jubilant and danceable indie roots music this side of the Carolinas." Their rowdy live performances only upped the ante, with The Bluegrass Situation falling for their "fun and frenzy" and No Depression raving that they'll "give you rich five-part harmonies one minute, sound like bluegrass on steroids the next, and then rock you over the head with unbearably cool and raucous Celtic rhythms."

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra w/ Falmouth High School Jazz Ensemble


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $12

    The East Pointers


    There’s a reason, beyond their dazzling musicianship and wildly entertaining live shows, that The East Pointers have connected with audiences right across the globe, making new, original roots music the hippest, most vibrant thing going.

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  • $15

    Colleen Raney


    Join internationally acclaimed traditional singer Colleen Raney and her band for a very special evening of Irish music and dance at One Longfellow Square in Portland, Maine on March 17 at 8pm!  A gifted singer, Colleen is known for her dedication to the craft of performing and preserving the vibrant song tradition of Ireland. Her ability to convey this love of Irish music makes every performance a captivating experience, no matter the setting. Raney sings with an enchanting yet unaffected style allowing the listener to enjoy her selection of songs whether they are familiar or more obscure.

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  • $14

    Peter Mulvey


    Peter Mulvey is a veteran singer and songwriter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He began his career on the streets of Dublin, Ireland, as a busker, and from there moved on to performing in the subways and streets of Boston, Massachusetts. This led to his first record deal and a leap to full-time national and international touring, beginning in the early Nineties.

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  • $15

    Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection


    Erica Brown and The Bluegrass Connection is a five piece band featuring some of the finest musicians in New England. They incorporate music from the traditional bluegrass repertoire, French Canadian fiddle music as well as original songs.

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  • $12

    Bold Riley + Pumpkin Bread


    Bold Riley started as a simple music project among friends, but quickly gained momentum thanks to the group’s contagious enthusiasm and commitment to bringing joyful acoustic folk music to the greater community. Comprising members from all over southern Maine, the group is known for its soaring vocal harmonies and diverse instrumentation. Fiddle, guitar, banjo, accordion, bass and an ever expanding list of percussion allow Bold Riley to provide a wide range of music to its listeners. Members take turns singing lead, and songs range from classic folk favorites to unlikely covers to rousing originals. With the release of their self-titled EP in 2015 and performances at Stone Mountain Arts Center, Common Ground Fair, and other local venues, Bold Riley is making a new and exuberant contribution to Maine’s folk music scene. Bold Riley | Facebook | Instagram Pumpkin Bread is a Boston-based band that plays modern folk music that flavored with Celtic fiddling, spirited improvisations, and relentless groove. Pumpkin Bread | Facebook  7pm doors – 8pm show | $12 adv. – $15 day of <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/rv65Y9CzhAM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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  • $35

    George Winston - Night One


    Please note: Member discounts were only available during the member pre-sale period. George Winston grew up mainly in Montana, and also spent his later formative years in Mississippi and Florida. During this time, his favorite music was instrumental rock and instrumental R&B, including Floyd Cramer, the Ventures, Booker T & The MG’s, Jimmy Smith, and many more. Inspired by R&B, jazz, Blues and rock (especially the Doors), George began playing organ in 1967. In 1971 he switched to the acoustic piano after hearing recordings from the 1920s and the 1930s by the legendary stride pianists Thomas “Fats” Waller and the late Teddy Wilson. In addition to working on stride piano, he also at this time came up with his own style of melodic instrumental music on solo piano, called folk piano.

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  • $35

    George Winston - Night Two


    Please note: Member discounts were only available during the member pre-sale period. George Winston grew up mainly in Montana, and also spent his later formative years in Mississippi and Florida. During this time, his favorite music was instrumental rock and instrumental R&B, including Floyd Cramer, the Ventures, Booker T & The MG’s, Jimmy Smith, and many more. Inspired by R&B, jazz, Blues and rock (especially the Doors), George began playing organ in 1967. In 1971 he switched to the acoustic piano after hearing recordings from the 1920s and the 1930s by the legendary stride pianists Thomas “Fats” Waller and the late Teddy Wilson. In addition to working on stride piano, he also at this time came up with his own style of melodic instrumental music on solo piano, called folk piano.

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  • $25

    An Evening With Don Campbell


    Don Campbell is the consummate journeyman singer songwriter who continues to perform in concert halls, clubs, outdoor concert venues, coffee houses and listening rooms around the country.  He has a unique and uncanny ability to sing comfortably in the tenor range of Vince Gill, Chris Isaak or Dan Fogelberg, but also the surprising ability to comfortably drop into the sub-bass vocal level range of country greats Josh Turner and Johnny Cash - this is effortless with Campbell.

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  • $25

    The Gibson Brothers


    With accolades including the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year; Song of the Year; Songwriter of the Year and Album of the Year—in some cases multiple times—the Gibson Brothers truly need no introduction in the bluegrass world. Yet even though they’re "bluegrass superstars" (New York Times),there are still plenty of people outside the worlds of bluegrass and acoustic music who are not yet familiar with their music.  For them, In The Ground is the perfect record—just as it is for long-time Gibson Brothers fans, too. 

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra w/ Westbrook High School Jazz Ensemble


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $15

    Anna & Elizabeth


    Their show is like no other. Through their immersive creative process and bold interpretations, Anna & Elizabeth’s visionary partnership pioneers new ways of presenting old songs and stories to modern audiences. Since 2011, with a deep and shared love of old Appalachian music, they stand at the vanguard of tradition and the avant-garde, transforming traditional music with innovative, modern arrangements. Their captivating performance integrates visual art, movement and experimental film with breathtaking harmonies.

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  • $30

    John Gorka


    Please Note: Member discounts and guest passes are only applicable during the pre-sale period. From New Jersey, John Gorka is a world-renowned singer-songwriter who got his start at a neighborhood coffeehouse in eastern Pennsylvania. After 14 critically acclaimed albums, countless national and international tours, and collaborations with the likes of Nanci Griffith, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Ani DiFranco, Lucy Kaplansky, Patty Larkin, and many more, John Gorka is now releasing TRUE IN TIME, a 12 song collection he put together with long time producer, Rob Genadek.

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  • $15

    Caitlin Canty


    Caitlin Canty delivers her songs with a dusky alto and a 1930’s Recording King guitar. Her breakout record Reckless Skyline features an all-star band on twelve songs that veer nimbly between country ballads and straight-up rockers, dark blues and sparsely arranged folk. Produced by Jeffrey Foucault, Reckless Skyline garnered glowing praise from NPR, among others. The San Francisco Chronicle lauded Canty’s, “casually devastating voice and unshakable poise,” and her “easy way with folk, blues and country motifs.”

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  • $20

    Eilen Jewell


    Eilen Jewell laughs when told her label’s president called her a musicologist. But she confirms she and her husband and bandmate, Jason Beek, have a passion for studying American music. “We really love to uncover the past. It’s almost like digging for buried treasure,” she says. “For me, that’s where music is at. I like all kinds of music as long as there’s the word early in front of it.”

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  • $18

    Decompression Chamber Music


    Decompression Chamber Music arose from the conviction that classical chamber music is as profound and uplifting today as ever. At a time when the audience for the classical is shrinking, it is our hope and purpose to reinvigorate the love and passion of chamber music by presenting a series of informal concert/discussions that will demystify the genre and attract people who might otherwise shy away from it.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra w/ Brunswick High School Jazz Ensemble


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $12

    Eric Bettencourt


    Eric is an award-winning songwriter based in Austin Texas. With a quick wit and controlled-intensity Bettencourt brings his live shows to life using an expansive catalog of original crowd-pleasing songs. Where so many artists are content recycling the same old sounds and songs Bettencourt is one of the rare few able to forge his own.

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  • $25

    Ellis Paul, Antje Duvekot, Sam Baker


    "Despite his success and sense of history, Mr. Paul remains an artist with his eye on the future and an interest in discovering the transformative potential in his music." - The New York Times

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - June


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $50

    SOLD OUT: Leo Kottke


    Please note: Membership benefits were only applicable during the pre-sale of this event, which sold out on 1/10/18. Acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke was born in Athens, Georgia, but left town after a year and a half. Raised in 12 different states, he absorbed a variety of musical influences as a child, flirting with both violin and trombone, before abandoning Stravinsky for the guitar at age 11.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - July


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - August


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - September


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $45

    Martin Barre of Jethro Tull: Night 1 of 2, Full Band Acoustic


    This show is an acoustic Martin Barre show. There is also an electric show on the 17th, you can find tickets to that here.

    Due to the nature of this show, member discounts will only be applicable during the member pre-sale.

    Martin Barre has been the guitarist of Jethro Tull for 43 years, his sound and playing having been a major factor in their success. Album sales have exceeded 60 million units and they continue to be played worldwide, representing an important part of classic rock history.

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  • $45

    Martin Barre of Jethro Tull: Night 2 of 2, Full Band Electric


    This show is an electric Martin Barre show. There is also an acoustic show on the 28th, you can find tickets to that here.

    Please note that there will be very limited seating for this show. Due to the nature of this show, member discounts will only be applicable during the member pre-sale.

    Martin Barre has been the guitarist of Jethro Tull for 43 years, his sound and playing having been a major factor in their success. Album sales have exceeded 60 million units and they continue to be played worldwide, representing an important part of classic rock history.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - October


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - November


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra - December


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine’s premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature.

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