Singer-songwriter-multicollaborator Mirah is an extraordinarily layered artist—happy to try any genre once, equally lovely when acoustic or electric, able to be both sweet and fierce in the same wispy, whispery line. It’s hard to imagine a better candidate for Fremont Abbey’s CATHEDRALS series, where they ask artists to put together sets with the unique acoustics of an “epic old unfinished cathedral” in mind. She’s playing in between Shenandoah Davis and the Moondoggies, and you are cautioned in advance to respect the “very very pin-drop quiet” of the cathedral space. (Saint Mark’s Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave E,, 8 pm, $15, all ages)