Another summer at the Levitt comes to an end this week. The official close is Sunday’s benefit concert with Brian McKnight—one of, what, two? three? concerts that the Levitt asks us to pay for every year. The last free concert is this Friday, and it should be a good one: Jessica Fichot is one of those multicultural wunderkinds* that can make even accomplished young folk feel like stunted yokels: she sings and writes in three languages, she plays the piano, the trumpet, and the toy accordion, in genres spanning gypsy jazz to Chinese folk music. And she’s good, we think. A fitting end to a phenomenal summer of free music.
Jessica Fichot at the Levitt
Friday, August 28, 8 p.m.
Levitt Pavilion, Memorial Park
Holly St. at Raymond Ave., Pasadena
*She looks young, but really we have no idea how old she is.