Ken and Reggie will help the Fiddle celebrate Pete Seeger’s 99th birthday (a day late). Come listen, and sing the songs we know, the songs Pete taught us. Together.
Join your friends and your community for local favorite Kitty Donahoe (7:30pm) followed by a Pub Sing (9pm), led by Sally Potter. There will be a cash bar, featuring two local craft brews, and complimentary coffee, tea, cider, cookies, and pretzels. Pub Sing song sheets will be provided.
Do you love to sing?
Come sing great songs with fabulous song leaders on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at the 16th Annual Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival.
Lyric books provided. Just come and sing, with your community, all night long.
6-8 workshops involve singing, 4-6 workshops involve instruments. Workshop Leaders will be announced by Dec. 1, 2017
“Parents will be as entertained by the sublime musicianship and droll lyricism as the kids.”
– Boston Globe
Don’t miss this season’s Holiday Sing, hosted by Sally Potter, with special guests Neill Campbell, Pianist;
Lindsay Snyder, Vocalist; Doug Berch, Hammered Dulcimer; Ruelaine Stokes, Spoken Word. Lyric books provided.
“Joel Mabus is one of contemporary folk music’s most eclectic performers. A skilled guitar, fiddle, banjo, and mandolin player and melodic songwriter, Mabus has played everything from traditional folk tunes to bluegrass, blues, and original songs.” -Craig Harris at AllMusic.com
This St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy Celtic sounds from Monday’s Supper, a Pub Sing led by Sally Potter, Irish desserts and fresh, craft stout and wheat brew from a local brewery.
A wide variety of ten, one-hour workshops: five singing and five instrumental. Workshop Leaders TBD – will be announced by Dec. 1, 2016.
Opening Night! The Friday night Community Sing will be led by Singing Festival favorite – Dan Chouinard.
Come join folk enthusiasts ages 3 – 13 and their family for fun with holiday songs.
Don’t miss this season’s Holiday Sing, hosted by Sally Potter, with special guests Matt Watroba, song leader; Doug Berch, hammered dulcimer; accompanying spoken word artist Ruelaine Stokes; and Doug Austin at the grand piano. Lyric books provided; special ‘family’ pricing.