This week

Boston singer-songwriter Antje Duvekot performs at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Village Coffeehouse of New Gloucester. The show opens the season for the coffeehouse.

Duvekot has been a darling of the Boston folk scene since 2006, when she released “Big Dream Boulevard.” Her latest release is “The Near Demise of the High Wire Dancer.”

She won the grand prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition, the “Best New Folk Award” at the Kerrville Folk Festival and the Boston Music Award for “Outstanding Folk Act.”

The Village Coffeehouse is in the vestry of the New Gloucester Congregational Church, 19 Gloucester Hill Road. For information, visit www.villagecoffeehouse.org.

In western Maine, the Mahoosuc Arts Council presents Adele Myers and Dancers in a Gould Performing Arts Series at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Bingham Auditorium, 45 Church St., Bethel. Tickets cost $10 and $6; call 824-3575.

Myers teaches dance at Connecticut College, and her choreography has been presented nationally, including at the Bates Dance Festival in Lewiston.

Founded in 2000, Adele Myers and Dancers is a five-member contemporary dance company based in New York City and Connecticut. The company combines athleticism, humor and theatricality.

Coming up

The Boston-based Epic Brass Quintet will perform at 7 p.m. Jan. 15 at the Strand Theatre in Rockland. Most tickets cost $25 ($8 for ages 18 and younger).

Founded in 1983, the ensemble has the musical skill to perform a repertoire ranging from Bach to Gershwin and from Baroque quintets to Dixieland.

Bay Chamber Concerts presents the show. For information or tickets, visit www.baychamberconcerts.org.