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Live Music and Local Authors at Waterstone

Waterstone is full of bookworms, history buffs and music lovers, so it’s only fitting that November will be packed with performances and a book talk at our community! We hope you’ll join us for any events that pique your interest.

First, we’ll welcome author and journalist Peter Zheutlin on Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. for a discussion of his New York Times-bestselling book, “Rescue Road.” The book chronicles the true tale of a man who once came across a stranded van load of puppies and has since driven more than a million miles to save dogs from abuse and neglect. Book copies will be available for purchase, but you may want to bring tissues!

That evening at 7:30 p.m., the classically-trained singers of Opera on Tap Boston will join us for a performance. These singers regularly perform at diverse venues around Boston in an effort to take opera out of concert halls to make it more accessible to the public. Their message: opera doesn’t have to be restrictive.

For another progressive performance this month, be sure to come out for folk musician Howie Newman’s visit to Waterstone on Nov. 9. Newman is a popular performer on the New England folk circuit, known for his unique and amusing compositions that engage listeners with a mix of music, comedy and audience participation.

Lastly, we’ll welcome saxophone quartet Project Fusion for a concert on Nov. 17. The group is known for its diverse repertoire of new music, for which they’ve been awarded prizes at the world’s most prestigious chamber music competitions. Project Fusion combines the musical talent of Dannel Espinoza, Matthew Amedio, Michael Sawzin and Matt Evans.

For more event details, see below. We hope to see you soon!

Meet NYT-bestselling author Peter Zheutlin
Saturday, Nov. 5 at 4 p.m.
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Opera on Tap Boston to perform
Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m.
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Musical Comedy with Howie Newman
Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 4 p.m.
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Jazz with Project Fusion
Thursday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
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