"Music and More!" Concert Series at Cape Cod Museum of Art

January 5th through March 27th

The Cape Cod Museum of Art’s popular “Music & More!” Concert Series, which has been bringing joyful music to Cape Codders for 17 years, is back! Music & More runs Sundays, January 5 through March 29 at 2:30pm with sold-out performances every week at the CCMoA, 60 Hope Lane, Dennis Village.  Enjoy intimate concerts with musicians from a vast variety of disciplines, including swing, blue grass, Dixieland jazz, Celtic music, jazz standards and classical music. Following each performance, join the musicians for conversation and light refreshments. Tickets are $18/$170 Season Pass for non-members, $15/$140 Season Pass for members of CCMoA. Reservations are recommended, call 508/385-4477 x 20 or reserve online at www.ccmoa.org.

"Music & More!" opens the New Year with a thrilling multimedia performance by award-winning concert pianist Ana Glig and artist Joe Diggs on January 5th.  After the performance, there will be More high spirits as guests mingle with the musicians over coffee, tea and cookies.

“We’re very happy to announce an addition to our ‘More’ this year, said Benton Jones, Director of Arts.  “Before or after the concert, attendees can enjoy a delicious prix fixe meal at the popular Encore Bistro & Bar, just steps from the Museum.”  

Music and More 2020 Lineup

Concerts start at 2:30

$18 Admission / $170 Season Pass

$15 Members Admission / $140 Season Pass


January 5                     MusArt Interconnections: Piano Fantasy with Ana Gligvashvili,                                                        pianist and Joe Diggs, artist                           

January 12                   Digney Fignus Band - Sunday Afternoon Concert at the CCMoA                                                                              

January 19                   Joe Mongelli Jazz Trio Plays Sinatra with Joe Mongelli, trumpet                                                       & flugelhorn; Mark Borgmann, piano; and Michael Ryle,                                                                  upright bass                                       

January 26                   The Chamber Singers of the Chatham Chorale with Joe                                                                    Marchio, Music Director and Donald Enos, Accompanist                                         

February 2                   Shawnn Monterio in Concert with Shawnn Monteiro (vocals)                                                          with Alan Clinger (guitar) & Bart Weisman (drums)              

February 9                   Cape Cod String Quartet in Concert with Dan Flonta - 1st violin,                                                      Yoko Furihata Waynen - 2nd Violin, Lilit Muradyan – Viola and                                                        Bo Ericsson – Cello                 

February 16                 Dennis Flaherty, Edward "Eddie" Scheer, Ron Ormsby and Bart                                                       Weisman will be performing “Songs of Love”                       

February 23                 Jerry Portnoy & Brother Phil: Blues for a Sunday Afternoon 

March 1                       Bruce Abbott (saxophone) and James Rosenblum (piano) will                                                          be performing “From Classical Music to Popular Song”       

March 8                       Fred Fried, Peggy Gerber and Michael Ryle                                      

March 15                     Rose Clancy & Max Cohen: Your St. Patrick’s Day Holiday Celtic Concert                                        

March 22                     Henry Acker Trio with Henry Acker – Guitar, Victor Acker -                                                              Guitar and Dana Acker - Double Bass                                                

March 29                     Jenifer Jackson: “Paths” Record Release                   

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