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Brockton: The Brockton Symphony Orchestra continues its 65th season with a theme of international dance. Sunday’s concert will feature popular classics such as Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite and Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances. Sunday, 3 p.m. West Middle School, 271 West St. $20; $15 seniors/students; $5 children. www.brocktonsymphony.org.
Cohasset: The Seraphim Singers present “Icons and Music: Windows on the Divine,” featuring music of the Russian choral tradition. In this concert, the Seraphim Singers offer a program that features works by Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, and Penderecki, paired with the modern music of Tavener, Pärt, and Poulenc. Sunday, 4 p.m. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 16 Highland Ave. $20, $15 students and seniors. 781-383-1083, www.seraphimsingers.org.
Hingham: The Back Bay Guitar Trio formed in 2002 and has performed at Dartmouth College, Longy School of Music, Berklee College of Music, St. Anselm College, University of New Hampshire, House of Blues, and Boston Hatch Shell. The BBGT have also been featured artists in concert series for the Boston Classical Guitar Society, the New York City Classical Guitar Society, and opened up for guitarist Al Dimeola at the Lebanon (N.H.) Opera House. Sunday, 3 p.m. Hingham Public Library, 66 Leavitt St. Free. 781-741-1405, www.hinghamlibrary.org.
Quincy: Christ Church Quincy will be featuring Alex the Jester at its sixth annual free family fun show. Monday, 11 a.m. Christ Church Episcopal Quincy, 12 Quincy Ave. 617-773-0310, christchurchquincy.org.
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