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Caribbean Night Part 2 | Feb 20

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Join Dot2Dot Cafe for their second Caribbean night with live music courtesy of Charleston Sargeant and the Pan Jazz Collective.  Island food, mauby, sorrel, Carib – be there or miss out and stay cold.  $5 cover charge at the door goes to the band.


When: Friday, February 20th

Doors open at 6:30PM

Showtime 7:00PM

Where: Dot2Dot Cafe

1739 Dorchester Ave Dorchester

Cost: $5

For more info: visit

Live Music at Dot 2 Dot Cafe

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On Friday, March 7 Dot 2 Dot Cafe will host live music from Alexis Paraschos and band. This event will take place at Dot 2 Dot Cafe located at 1739 Dorchester Avenue in Dorchester. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Alexis Paraschos and band have just released a new CD titled "Something Greater". Tickets are $20 and that includes the cover charge and tapas style plates for the evening. There will also be some special Dot 2 Dot brews being mixed throughout the night. This event is for adults 21 and older. Come enjoy some great live music and meet other Dorchester residents.

Mass Ave. at Columbus: The Jazz Corner of Boston | March 21

Sabby Lewis at the Savoy Cafe, Charlie Parker at the Hi-Hat, Alan Dawson at Wally's Paradise...Jazz had no better home than the club's of Boston's South End! The South End Historical Society and the Boston Preservation Alliance present a fascinating musical journey as Richard Vacca, author of "The Boston Jazz Chronicles," joins us to talk about the South End's deep roots in the city's jazz history. The event will start at 6:30pm and take place at 532 Mass Ave. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is kindly requested. To register, please call the South End Historical Society at 617-536-4445 or email

Bach to the 21st Century | Feb 22

Aaron Larget-Caplan will perform solo and chamber music with fellow Boston Conservatory faculty members Berit Strong and Olav Chris Henriksen (guitar), Sharon Leventhal (violin) and Boston Conservatory students Nicole Parks and Farley Kelly-Masterton (violins), Faith Jones (viola) and Nora Karakousoglou (cello). The program includes four works specially written for Larget-Caplan, including two by Boston Conservatory faculty members Jim Dalton and Kevin Siegfried.

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Jazz Under Glass | Feb. 24

Jazz Under Glass: A Winter Celebration and Fundraiser will take place on February 24 from 1pm to 3pm. The event will take place at the Dudley Greenhouse (11 Brook Ave, Roxbury). Don't miss this afternoon of delicious food, live jazz and family activities. All proceeds will be used to support community-based programming in the greenhouse. For more info, call 617-442-1322 x13. Tickets can be purchased in advance at ($25/person, free for children under 12.)

Mimi & The Blue Hotel | Feb. 17

Don't miss Dorchester's own Mimi McCaffrey and the Blue Hotel at Abby Park in Milton - a harmonious combo! The event happens from 6pm to 9pm and will include live jazz and fine food. For reservations call 617-696-8700. For more info, visit or (550 Adams Street, Milton)


Dot 2 Dot Cafe Live Music | Nov. 9


Ladies and Gents please come and join Dot2Dot Cafe this Friday for an evening of good food and great music, courtesy of Tolieth and Austin Marks.  Tolieth can nail any tune from gospel, soul, jazz and some very cool renditions of mainstream pop.  Look out for some very funky music, serious jazz on the keyboards and some drumming to get those toes tapping.  $5 charge on the door to go to the band.  Accessible menu, great family atmosphere so come eat, drink and boogie if the music moves you. 

To book a table, please call the café on 617 436 2368 or

Dinner from 6pm, music from 7pm. 

From Bach to Latin America | Oct. 13

From Bach to Latin America, An Evening of Classical Guitar with Mitch Weverka >> Read More

Landmarks Orchestra w/ Boston Lyric Opera | August 8

Join the Boston Landmarks Orchestra and the Boston Lyric Opera for Around the World in 80 Minutes. The performance will take audience members on a sweeping operatic journey. Making musical stops in France, Italy, Japan, the US, and even Sri Lanka. The performance features singers from the Boston Landmarks Orchestra and led by Music Director David Angus. The performance will take place at the DCR Hatch in Boston 02115.

"At the River" Concert | July 25

The Boston Landmarks Orchestra presents "At the River" concert at 7pm. The evening’s concert program will feature Duke Ellington’s The River, Smetana’s The Moldau, Schumann’s Symphony No. 3 “Rhenish”, and On the Beautiful Blue Danube by Johann Strauss II. The event is free at the DCR Hatch Shell. For more info, visit

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