HOME-GROWN FOLK

The husband-and-wife team of Nathan and Stephanie Chapman shares contemporary folk songs about working people, love, loss, birth and death while touring through familiar territory. Though the couple live in Nashville, Stephanie was raised in Loudoun County. Their first CD, "Lonelyville," was favored by critics, and one song was featured on National Public Radio's "Stained Glass Bluegrass." 8 p.m. today. Tally Ho Theatre, 19 W. Market St., Leesburg. $10. 703-509-4963, www.tallyhotheatre.com or www.nathanandstephaniechapman.com.

SINGING THANKSGIVING'S PRAISES

Lift your spirits with classical choral songs at the Loudoun Chorale's Thanksgiving concerts, called "A Harvest of Song," under the direction of Cliff Thomson. The program includes Anton Bruckner's "Ave Maria," Aaron Copland's "Long Time Ago," Morten Lauridsen's "Lux Aeterna," Sergei Rachmaninoff's "All Night Vigil," Giovanni Palestrina's "Magnificat" and John Rutter's "What Sweeter Music." 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. James Episcopal Church, 14 Cornwall St., Leesburg and 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Matthews Episcopal Church, 201 E. Frederick Dr., Sterling. $5. 540-554-8594, www.loudounchorale.org or info@loudounchorale.org.

Former Loudoun resident Stephanie Chapman performs tonight in Leesburg.