Singer-songwriters Kate Copeland and Kirsten Maxwell will perform an intimate concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 6, in the Bruce Black Box Theater of Open Space for Arts & Community.
The concert is part of the Living Room Concert Series offered at Open Space.
Copeland, who is based in Los Angeles, writes soft, acoustic music with an Americana flair. She has shared the stage with folk legends Jim Page and Baby Gramps and has performed at the Appel Room at Lincoln Center and The Bitter End in New York City. She also also taken the stage at The Hotel Cafe Mainstage, in Los Angeles, and The Neptune, in Seattle. Other notable main stage gigs have included the Oregon County Fair and the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival.
Maxwell, who currently lives in Nashville, brings a classic, warm poeticism to her music, reminiscent of the Lilith Fair, said concert organizers. She has played the Garde Arts Center, in Connecticut, where she opened for Melissa Etheridge. In New York City, she has opened for Ferron at City Winery and shared the stage with Paul Shaffer at The Cutting Room.
Advance tickets are available for $11; day of tickets are $14. Get your tickets at openspacevashon.com.