Music in Common In the Round Live at The Guthrie Center

  • The Guthrie Center

    2 Van Deusenville Road
    Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230
Ticket Price $20.00 This event is now over

Saturday, Sept 2 • Doors @ 6:30PM • Show @ 8:00PM

Advance: $20.00 - Door Price: $25.00

Beer, wine and lite fare available for purchase.

Guthrie Center members receive 10% off on up to 2 tickets. Use your promo code at checkout!

Music in Common In the Round

Berkshire-born nonprofit, Music in Common, presents a special “In the Round” concert featuring four emerging local singer-songwriters with strong ties to the organization. With a mission to strengthen, empower, and connect communities through the universal language of music, Music in Common has directly served thousands of people in nearly 400 communities worldwide since 2005. In 2010, the organization launched their flagship JAMMS sessions, amplifying the voices of more than 800 youth through facilitated dialogue and collaborative songwriting, multimedia production, and performance. The September 2nd Troubadour Series performance will feature Katherine Winston, Bree, Glori Wilder, and Christine Bilé – each of whom has been an active participant in Music in Common programs, including the organization’s latest initiative, the Black Legacy Project. Tickets can be reserved on the Guthrie Center website.

Katherine Winston, a singer-songwriter hailing from The Berkshires, has captivated audiences across the county and beyond with her heartfelt performances. Appearing on Season 14 of American Idol, Katherine showcased her talent and landed a spot as a semi-finalist, earning recognition for her unique musical style. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Stevie Nicks, Brandi Carlile, and Kacey Musgraves, Katherine's music beautifully blends elements of honest story telling along with catchy melodies to keep you listening. She first participated with Music in Common in 2011 at their all-youth FODfest concert at Lenox High School and has stayed involved ever since.

Bree is a 22 year old singer-songwriter from Pittsfield. Having just graduated with a BFA from Rider University as a Musical Theatre major, she is currently working on her first EP. Bree has been involved with Music in Common since 2018, first with their summer residency program, Amplify, and more recently recording and performing for the Black Legacy Project. She is excited and committed to continue the fight for equality through music. 


Glori Wilder is an R&B, Soul, and Pop singer-songwriter living in the woods of Connecticut. She grew up surrounded by a family of musicians who guided her musical influences. Artists such as Norah Jones, Lauryn Hill, Fiona Apple, Mac Miller, and the Gorillaz impact her melodic phrases, production, and lyrical storylines. At the 10th Annual FODfest concert at Dewey Hall in Sheffield, she jumped on stage as an aspiring 12 year old singer and turned heads as she sang an impromptu encore. She’s since participated in the 2019 Amplify summer residency and the Black Legacy Project.


Christine Bilé, a captivating singer-songwriter hailing from Pittsfield, Massachusetts, has mesmerized audiences with her soul-stirring acoustic pop and folk music. With an extraordinary talent for crafting poignant lyrics and arranging her own songs, she creates an immersive and deeply resonant musical experience that leaves a lasting impact. Her exceptional abilities have earned her acclaim, including triumphs at the Pittsfield Youth Commission Talent Show and the 12-16 category of Berkshire Idol. In 2015, her song "Sunflower Seeds" was recognized as the Best Pop Song at The College of Saint Rose Music Awards. Furthermore, Christine's songwriting prowess shines through in her contributions to Community Works shows at the esteemed Williamstown Theater Festival, captivating audiences across Massachusetts and New York. Christine first got involved with Music in Common earlier this year with the Black Legacy Project.

Venue Details

The Guthrie Center

2 Van Deusenville Road
Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230 The Guthrie Center
The Guthrie Center

The Guthrie Center seeks to cultivate cultural preservation, promote educational achievement and foster community outreach to meet the ongoing needs of the community. 

Founded in 1991 by Arlo Guthrie to honor the legacy of his parents, Woody Guthrie and Marjorie Mazia-Guthrie. The Guthrie Center offers interfaith services and spiritual exchange. Bringing individuals together for cultural, educational, and spiritual exchange. We work together with other non-profit agencies to serve those in need. In doing so we hope to create an environment where individuals can come together to cultivate a deeper awareness of culture, humanity and the environment of which we are all a part.

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