Music Tonight: Friday, Dec. 1


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The Eureka Symphony and Eureka Symphony Orchestra present their Winter Dreams Concert at the Arkley Center. Led by conductor and local treasure Carol Jacobson, this concert will feature a holiday-themed repertoire including parts of Handel's advent-ubiquitous Messiah and a sing-along of Christmas carols. This sort of thing is pretty magical this time of year, especially to the kiddies, so it's a real blessing that children 12 and under enjoy free admission to this two-night event. For us adults it's a sliding scale of $19-$49 but well worth the price for skillfully executed holiday cheer.

Talented local singer-songwriter and guitarist Georgia Ruth celebrates the release of her debut CD Life Worth Living! with members of local master act Absynth Quartet at M. Walker Guitars, the South G Street shop of luthier Michael Walker. Tickets are available online at the Absynth Quartet's website for $20, or you can try your luck and show up for the kick-off at 8 p.m.

Past and future art-funk group Peach Purple team up with neo-jazz and hip-hop quintet The Fatherlies for a bouncing night of joyful noise at Humbrews at 9:30 p.m. ($5). Come shake out your cares and troubles with two of the best local groups to curate a groovy exorcism at one of the best venues for such as well.


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