Events Calendar / Music
Join us for an outdoor and in-person summer jazz concert at the McAuliffe Branch Library!
David Eure virtually transforms the violin into a human voice, embodying a soulful sound with precision, clarity and finesse. He effortlessly bridges classical and jazz styles with elegant aplomb.
Alexei Tsiganov has toured the world from Portugal to Boston, recording and playing at venues such as the American Museum of Natural History.
No registration required.
Celebrate our final concert of the summer series with Why Try?, a 5-piece alternative rock band hailing from the greater Boston area. They have been compared to bands like the Cranberries, Electrelane, Kings of Leon, and Temple of Angels, and pride themselves in having a sound that varies enough to appeal to many different types of audiences and musical tastes.
All summer concerts are held in the Framingham Public Library Learning Yard at 49 Lexington Street. Space is limited. No registration required. First come, first served!
Attendees must follow health safety guidelines for social distancing.