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After Dark events

Friday, July 26

The exciting sounds of Boston Summer Arts Weekend come to the Grand Ballroom of the Fairmont Copley Plaza on Friday, July 26 for our first After Dark event of the weekend. See the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Dr. John, bluegrass phenoms Della Mae, and blues newcomer Noe Socha play exclusively for the After Dark audience.

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Saturday, July 27

On Saturday, the After Dark event continues, shifting across the street to the American Ballroom of Copley Westin Place. It’s a great chance to see the amazing Angelique Kidjo, Red Baraat, Carlos Nunez, Session Americana, Ryan Montbleu, and many more. And with collaboration in the air, who knows what you’ll see and hear?

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Baroque Brunch

SUNDAY, JULY 28 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

For almost 200 years, the Handel and Haydn Society (H&H) has been bringing early music to audiences in Boston. For the Boston Summer Arts Weekend, the H&H musicians offer a cornucopia of Baroque classics during brunch with 99.5 WCRB Classical New England’s Laura Carlo, host of Baroque in Boston. Harpsichordist Ian Watson leads a cadre of H&H artists in some instrumental favorites from the Baroque era, and welcomes soprano Teresa Wakim, who will lend her thrilling voice to arias by Bach and Handel. And be on the lookout for some surprise appearances by other Summer Arts Weekend artists “getting their Baroque” on.

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