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Music is in the air as area groups tune up

Local options include the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, classical guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan, and harpist Franziska Huhn.
Local options include the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, classical guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan, and harpist Franziska Huhn.Scarpetta Photography (left); Atlantic Symphony Orchestra (lower right)

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As the leaves finish turning, area musicians keep tuning, with a colorful variety of performance options in early November. Upcoming musical offerings in the communities south of Boston include concerts by symphony orchestras, small ensembles, solo performers, and a visit by the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus.

The Hanover Diversity Committee will host the chorus at Hanover High School on Saturday night, joined on stage by Hanover High School’s women’s ensemble Vox. The committee tries to make one bold public statement a year, said the Rev. Beth Wheatley Dyson.

The weekend also sees a performance by the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, a solo guitar recital in Duxbury, and the season-opening concert by the Quincy Symphony Orchestra.

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