This fall brings a new Coffeehouse Concert series to Lexington with the Harmony on the Green Coffeehouse Concerts. The series, hosted by Hancock Church, will feature a wide range of acoustic music from varying traditions from October through May.
The inaugural concert will feature Grammy-nominated singer songwriters Alastair Moock and Reggie Harris. Moock, who is white, and Harris, who is African American, will present their program Race and Song, an exploration of history and current events through the lens of race, using the powerful tool of music. They rely on their years-old friendship to discuss complicated issues of race, class, gender and history with intentionality and generosity of spirit. Together in musical conversation, they open up to each other and frame their lived experiences through music and the use of historical and family photos.
Singers Meg Stone and Mark Morgan will open the show with a range of original and traditional acoustic music. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30. Hancock Church is at 1912 Massachusetts Avenue. We are handicap accessible and have handicap parking in our back lot. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit https://www.hancockchurch.org/coffeehouse/.