Tickets, $20, are available at the Library during normal hours of operation, at Eight Cousins, at the Bank of Woods Hole, on-line, and at the door.
Notescape, the popular a cappella men’s group featuring the talents of five local singers with a passion for the artfully arranged, carefully crafted American songbook will present an entertaining evening of music. “Whether you’re among the Greatest Generation, a Baby Boomer or a Millennial, if you want Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Mills Brothers, Elvis Presley, Doo-Wop, BB King, Beatles, Beach Boys, or the Manhattan Transfer, we sing it,” says Notescape director and basso Tom Goux, a Smithsonian/Folkways recording artist. His fellow singers are local physicians Doug Mann and Peter Hopewood, retired Falmouth school superintendent Peter Clark, and scientist Joe Hackler. Their repertoire includes favorites of the early jazz era, swing classics from the 1930s and ’40s, and close-harmony settings of pop hits from mid-century through to the present.