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Acoustic Nomads

Presented by Arts at the Armory at Arts at the Armory, Somerville MA

Nov 17 2022
Acoustic Nomads

Arts at the Armory Spotlight Series Presents: Acoustic Nomads (formerly Noah y Maurizio) w/ Sirika Duo

Celebrate the release of Acoustic Nomads' second album--The Abominable String Band Vol. 2--and tune your ears to this band of artists who are making a name for themselves in the acoustic music scene in Boston and beyond. The five-piece string band crafts intricate, striking compositions where each instrument has its own story to tell. The band includes Noah Harrington (bass), Maurizio Fiore Salas (cuatro & guitar), Ethan Setiawan (mandolin), and Sofia Chiarandini (violin).

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$15 adv, $25 day of show

Contact: 617-718-2191


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Additional time info:

Doors at 7:00pm; show starts at 8:00pm.

Acoustic Nomads Workshop, ROOTED Armory Cafe, November 17th 4:00-5:30PM

With Noah Harrington (bass), Maurizio Fiore Salas (cuatro & guitar), Ethan Setiawan (mandolin), Parker Ousley (cello), and Sofia Chiarandini (violin).

Come to this free workshop to learn and play the song “Canto de Jarana,” an Afro-Peruvian Zamacueca, as a group. Explore the melody, percussion part, and clapping pattern, and then perform the song together. Deepen your knowledge of Afro-Peruvian music and South American music history. For string players of all ages and abilities!


Arts at the Armory

191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143


The Center for Arts at the Armory is conveniently located at 191 Highland Avenue between Davis and Union Squares in Somerville, Massachusetts. The award-winning Arts at the Armory Café can be found on the left-hand side as you enter the first floor.  A free 44-space parking lot is located behind the Armory.  An additional overflow parking lot is available.  Please see below for its location.


    • Wheelchair Access

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details


Effective March 5th, 2022, the Center for Arts at the Armory will no longer require that patrons/guests wear masks. Even if not required, masks are recommended but optional. Furthermore, we no longer require proof of vaccination for patrons or performers. Please note that organizers of events held in our Performance Hall and Café have the option to require their own mask and proof of vaccination policies. It is the responsibility of ticket holders and guests to inform yourselves of the policies.

Face Masks Required: No
Social Distancing: No
Limited Capacity: No
Reservations Required: No
Proof of Vaccination Required: No

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