Music: 6 Shows to See in Philly This Week

Go with Tegan and Sara, Capital Cities, or Grammy-winning jazz.

Tegan and Sara. Photo by Pamela Littky

Tegan and Sara. Photo by Pamela Littky

Lera Lynn @ World Café Live | Tuesday, November 1
You’ve heard Nashville singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lera Lynn on the True Detective soundtrack. Now hear her live upstairs at World Café Live playing from her new album, Resistor. Anthony Aparo opens.

Tegan and Sara @ Fillmore Philadelphia | Thursday, November 3
Twin sisters Tegan and Sara are on tour for their eighth album, Love You to Death. The Canadian indie pop duo also have some thoughts about Trump and the election.

Brahms: Symphony No. 2 @ Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center | November 3-5
Louis Langrée, music director of the Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival and the Cincinnati Symphony, leads the Philadelphia Orchestra in Brahms’ Second Symphony. But first, guest violinist Midori performs Beethoven’s Violin Concerto.

Chucho Valdes and Joe Lovano Quintet @ Merriam Theater | Friday, November 4
Blue Note Records’ Chucho Valdes, on piano, and saxophonist Joe Lovano collaborate for the first time, as part of the Kimmel Center’s jazz series and Philly En Vivo series. Their on-stage sound will be rounded out by a bassist, a drummer and a percussionist.

Capital Cities @ TLA | Saturday, November 5
Los Angeles alt-pop band Capital Cities stop at the Theatre of Living Arts. They have a new single out, Vowels, and they’re working on their second full-length album.

Porches and Girlpool @ TLA | Sunday, November 6
Get two for the price of one: Girlpool, with their sing-a-long harmony, and the moody synthpop of Porches.

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