2019 has been an unbelievable year for music, and we had the pleasure of bringing in some of its best for our intimate Live at Fraser performances. From effusive folk shows to intense classical performances, check out these one-of-a-kind sets by Molly Tuttle, Henry Jamison, and many more.

Henry Jamison

The Vermont-based singer-songwriter performs a number of songs from his new album, Gloria Duplex.

Neave Trio

The Boston-based critically acclaimed classical trio perform Astor Piazzolla’s, Las cuatro estaciones porteñas.

Molly Tuttle

The folk/Americana singer-songwriter—who began playing guitar at age eight and earned a merit scholarship to Berklee College of Music for music and composition—performs songs from her debut album When You’re Ready.

Friel Sisters

The dynamic trio from Scotland bring their exceptional instrumental blend of fiddle, flute, and uilleann pipes as well as the incredible vocal harmonies often only found with siblings.

Brooklyn Rider

Their eclectic repertoire—which draws rave reviews from classical, world, and rock critics alike—present a gripping performance.

Gamelan Galak Tika

The Cambridge-based gamelan, founded and directed by Evan Ziporyn, is approximately 30 members strong, and draws its membership from MIT students, staff, and the community.

Ghost of Paul Revere

The Maine-based "holler folk" quartet put on a lively performance that includes tracks from their recently released Field Notes Vol. 2.

Chadwick Stokes

Stokes (Urmston), and his band the Pintos, perform new songs at a sold-out Friday night show.