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Entertainment in the region this week



Thursday, November 02, 2017
MeredithConcert features student musicians

Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra will perform its opening concert of the season this weekend. On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., the concert will take place at the Inter-Lakes Auditorium.

The first of two co-winners from the 2017 Student Concerto and Scholarship Competition will be featured. Roric Cunningham, a sophomore at Manchester High School, will perform Tchaikovsky’s Rocco Variation, a challenging work for the cello repertoire.

This years competition was so difficult to choose one winner that two were picked for the first time in the composition’s history. Fifteen-year-old violinist Danilo Thurber will perform the first movement from Camille Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No. 3 in B Minor in March.

Tickets will be $20 for adults and $10 for college-age students (with ID) and below. Tickets will be sold online at LRSO.org/tickets, at Innisfree Bookshop or at Greenlaw’s Music in Laconia. For more information, call 800-838-3006 or visit LRSO.org.

Concord‘Arcadia’ a comedy in two centuries

The Hatbox Theatre presents a contemporary classic by Glass Dove Productions, Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia, Friday through Nov.19, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m.

With a split timeline 200 years apart, the residents of Sidley Park, an English estate, find themselves caught up in scandals, deceptions and scientific discovery. The show is presented with an air of mystery and comedic wit.

Tickets are $17 and available at hatboxnh.com. For more information, contact Andrew Pinard at andrew@hatboxnh.com or 938-5158.

WolfeboroNouveaux Honkies mix roots and rock

On Wednesday, the Nouveaux Honkies will perform at the barn at The Inn on Main in Wolfeboro. The performance will follow by a dinner, which starts at 6:30 p.m., from the chefs of O’s Bistro.

For band members Tim O’Donnell and Rebecca Dawkins, the road is their home – literally – as they tour with their music in a solar-powered, high-tech rebuilt RV. The pair has been performing together since 2005, when O’Donnell’s guitar shop was leveled by a hurricane and needed income to cover the bills. By 2006, they were playing with a full band.

Since then, they’ve married, created a chart-topping roots album and toured the country.

Tickets for the dinner and show are $40 each and can be purchased online at mlh-events.ticketleap.com/nouveaux-honkies. Some tables of eight to ten are still available, but limited; call 772-708-5000. For more information, mlh-events.ticketleap.com/nouveaux-honkies.

ConcordThe King’s Singers deliver Goldanniversary tour

King’s Singers, a musical group of six male a capella singers, celebrates 50 years of their shared love of singing Saturday at 8 p.m. at Capitol Center for the Arts.

Though the singers have changed since 1968, the King’s Singers talent and love of music has not.

Tickets are $34.50 to $59.50; purchase at ccanh.org or call 225-1111.

WarnerIndian museum hosts appraiser

The Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum will host its annual fundraiser with an Antiques Appraisal Weekend on Friday at 5 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m.

The Friday event is by invitation only. Please contact the museum at 456-2600 if you would like to be included on the mailing list for this portion of the fundraiser.

The Saturday event space is limited and registration is required. Tickets for Saturday are $25 per person, which includes up to three items to be appraised. Items that are not included at this event are weapons, coins, stamps and large furniture. Call to Linsey MacDougall at Skinner Auctions (508) 970-3240 or email events@skinnerinc.com to register.

Light refreshments will be served. If you have large or particularly fragile antique items, Skinner recommends that good quality photos be substituted. For more information, call 456-2600 or at email info@indianmuseum.org.

New LondonGallery Nights show off art, music

The Center for The Arts Lake Sunapee Region presents First Friday Art and Music Gallery Night on Friday 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the three Main Street New London locations. Stroll the CFA New London Micro Galleries, enjoy new art exhibits, wonderful music and refreshments. All events are free and open to the public on the first Friday of each month. Exhibits will run through Jan. 27. For more information, contact 526-4444 or CenterForTheArtsNH.org.