Jennifer Porter. Photo by Dana Packard

Jennifer Porter
8 p.m. Friday. Jonathan’s, 92 Bourne Lane, Ogunquit, $25.50 to $66.50 reserved seating.
Head south to see singer-songwriter and pianist (and actor and screenwriter) Jennifer Porter in Ogunquit. Her music crosses into jazz, blues, country and opera, and her resume includes singing with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Porter trained as an opera singer and classical pianist and thinks of herself as a roots musician. Her latest album is 2021’s “Sun Come and Shine,” and Porter is planning to release a new one, called “Yes I Do,” later this year.

Clarence Greenwood, who performs under the name Citizen Cope. Photo courtesy of the artist

Citizen Cope
7:30 p.m. Friday. State Theatre, 609 Congress St., $29.50 to $65 reserved seating.
Here’s a chance to see Clarence Greenwood, better known as Citizen Cope, perform a solo acoustic show as part of his All The Songs You Want To Hear tour. The singer-songwriter is known for tunes like “Let The Drummer Kick,” “Bullet and a Target” and “Sideways,” among others. With just an acoustic guitar, Citizen Cope will play stripped-down versions of songs fans know and love and will also slip in some new ones from his next album, due out later this year.

Tracey Jasas-Hardel (violin), Annie Antonacos (piano) and Jing Li (cello) of the Portland Piano Trio. Photo by Will Wohler

Portland Piano Trio
3 p.m. Sunday. Portland Conservatory of Music, 28 Neal St., Portland, free.
Nonprofit group 240 Strings presents its final community show of the season with a performance by The Portland Piano Trio. You’ll hear Tracey Jasas-Hardel on violin, Annie Antonacos on piano and cellist Jing Li. They’ll play pieces by Beethoven and Mozart, and all you need to do is show up, as no tickets are needed. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, 240 Strings is dedicated to offering music lessons to economically challenged kids in Portland, as well as putting on affordable concerts.

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