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PMN Winter Concert 2018

  • 01/26/2018
  • 7:30 PM
  • First Parish Meeting House, Harvard Square, 3 Church Street, Cambridge, MA 02138


  • Note: Price at the door is $20.
  • Note: Price at the door is $15
  • Purchasing a "Solidarity" ticket helps to offset our reduced priced tickets and scholarship. Thank you!
  • Coupon required.

This inspiring night of activist music opens a full weekend event where artists and activists from across the Northeast and beyond will gather to sustain and develop traditions of music as a tool of social change. 

NOTE: One concert ticket is included if you register for the full PMN Winter GatheringUse this event only if you want to purchase concert tickets separately from registering for the Winter Gathering.

Buy Tickets!

Online ticket sales will be disabled at noon on Friday, January 26.
After that, please purchase at the door.

PLEASE NOTE: We just learned that the elevator is out of order and won't be available for the concert. This means that there is no wheelchair access. Very sorry for this inconvenience.


General Admission:   At the Door: $20, Advance: $16
Student & Low Income:   At the Door: $15, Advance: $11
Solidarity Price:   $35 (Thank you!)

PMN’S policy is to not turn anyone away for lack of funds.

This concert is sponsored by Peoples Music Network, a diverse community of singers, artists, activists and allies that cultivates music and cultural work as catalysts for a just and peaceful world. The concert serves as a showcase of PMN-affiliated artists who are advancing PMN’s mission through their music as well as a benefit concert for PMN — the largest one we put on each year.

Wheelchair Accessibility

Next to the primary entrance to First Parish on Church Street, there is a smaller door that is a wheelchair accessible entrance. Ring the doorbell for First Parish and someone will open the door. Take elevator to the 2nd floor.


  Charlie King
PMN Artist-in-Residence

Charlie King is a musical storyteller and political satirist. He has been at the heart of American folk music for half a century. He sings and writes passionately about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people.
Artist Website


Rick Burkhardt
PMN Artist-in-Residence

Rick Burkhardt is an Obie-award-winning playwright, performer, composer, and songwriter whose original works have been performed throughout the world. He is a founding member of the Nonsense Company, a touring experimental music/theater trio, and member of the Prince Myshkins, a political cabaret/folk duo.
Artist Website

  Regie Gibson

Poet, songwriter, author, workshop facilitator, and educator Regie Gibson has performed, taught, and lectured at schools, universities, theaters and other venues throughout the world. National Poetry Slam Individual Champion!
Artist website

   Sol y Canto

Since 1994, Sol y Canto has brought audiences to their feet from the Kennedy Center to the White House, the California World Music Festival to Boston's Symphony Hall, Puerto Rico's Museo de Arte to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Boston Globe hails them "sublime ambassadors of the Pan-Latin tradition"
Artist website

  Windborne Singers
The four Windborne singers dynamic concert programs include songs from Corsica, the Republic of Georgia, Bulgaria, Quebec, and Basque country, as well as traditional and original American folk music. They believe deeply in the power of music to change hearts.
Artist website

Cindy Kallet, Ellen Epstein and Michael Cicone have had the pleasure of performing together in concerts, coffeehouses, and festivals throughout New England since 1981. Their close harmonies have inspired enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics alike. The trio sings both a capella and accompanied by guitar and hammered dulcimer, drawing material from contemporary and traditional music of the British Isles and North America, with a liberal sprinkling of sea music and occasional forays into other cultures as well.
Artist Website

Marcia Gomes’ moving and powerful songs explore themes of faith, redemption, and social justice.

Marcia is a Cleo Laine vocal scholarship recipient and graduate of Berklee College of Music with a degree in voice and songwriting. She has performed with a number of popular local Boston bands including the jazz bands Straight Ahead and MaShanDi Jhazz, an all female R&B dance band called ​Sistahs of the Yam, and Move, an R&B pop band. When she is not performing or acting, Marcia teaches voice at the Institute for the Musical Arts summer rock camp for girls, and middle school English with an arts and social justice focus.

Artist Website
  Special guest Cape Cod songwriter David Roth strikes many chords, hearts, and minds with his poignant songs and hilarious storytelling. As a singer, songwriter, recording artist, and teacher David has earned top honors at premier songwriter competitions – Kerrville (TX) and Falcon Ridge (NY) – and taken his music, experience, and expertise across this and other countries for three decades.
Artist Website
  Special guest Colleen Kattau combines the melodic gifts of Joni Mitchell with the fearless lyrical punch of the best topical songwriters. She seamlessly incorporates Latin and Native American influences into her songs for a unique and satisfying sound.
Artist Website
  Choral conductor Nick Page is a songleader, composer, conductor and author with a boundless enthusiasm for helping singers of all levels of expertise find their voice. He conducts the Arlington-based Mystic Chorale and at the concert will conduct The PMN Chorus.
Artist Website

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