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Darlingside to kick off Firehouse season tonight

Bluegrass, rock, classical strings, tight vocal arrangements all part of concert

Darlingside in Concert opens Season 6 for the Firehouse Arts Center tonight, with songs from its new album, "Birds Say."

The sound of the Massachusetts-based quartet is bluegrass and rock instrumentation, classical strings, tight vocal arrangements and smart lyricism, with each arrangement marked by interplay among the four members: Dave Senft (bassist, former street musician), Don Mitchell (guitarist, banjoist, former boy alto), Auyon Mukharji (classical violinist who studied mandolin in Ireland and Brazil) and Harris Paseltiner (classical cellist, guitarist).

Tickets are $20-$30, available at www.firehousearts.org, by calling 931-4848 or at the center's box office, 4444 Railroad Ave.

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