No reason to leave town if you want to hear some live music this weekend. The Steeple Coffeehouse has a show on Saturday night, and the Assabet Valley Mastersingers perform on Sunday. Here are all the details.
Steeple Coffeehouse, Saturday, 7:30 pm, Pilgrim Church
Two artists will grace the Steeple Coffeehouse stage on Saturday night. Singer/songwriter, guitarist, poet and Falling Mountain recording artist Andrew McKnight brings his engaging collection of songs and stories celebrating the American landscape and people. Also appearing is Boston-based singer-songwriter/piano-player Anne Heaton, who is known for the infectious energy of her live performances with songs both lush and whimsical.
Tickets are $14 in advance and $17 at the door. Discounts are available for seniors and students. Learn more on the Steeple Coffeehouse website (www.steeplecoffeehouse.org)
Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Sunday, 3:30 pm, St. Mark’s School
On Sunday the Assabet Valley Mastersingers present Elijah, an Oratorio. Considered one of Felix Mendelssohn’s greatest works, Elijah tells the dramatic tale of the prophet Elijah from the Old Testament. The performance features a cast of soloists, as well as the Algonquin Regional High School Camerata Choir.
Tickets are $20 for general admission and $18 for students and seniors. Parking is available at Pilgrim Church with a shuttle bus to take you to the concert hall at St. Mark’s. For more information, visit the Assabet Valley Mastersingers website (www.avmsingers.org)