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Opening Night! The Friday night Community Sing will be led by Singing Festival favorite - Dan Chouinard.Find out more »
Chicago native and Singing Festival favorite Mark Dvorak will give his signature Children's Concert at 11 am on Saturday, January 14 as part of the 15th Annual Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival.Find out more »
A wide variety of ten, one-hour workshops: five singing and five instrumental. Workshop Leaders TBD - will be announced by Dec. 1, 2016.Find out more »
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason; The Sweet Water Warblers; James Keelaghan – Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival
The 15th Annual Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival - Concert featuring 6 incredible songwriters.Find out more »
Join Bruce Molsky, Allison de Groot, and Stash Wyslouch for an Old Time Music Jam, from 5:30 - 6:30 pm, prior to the Friday night concert at the 16th Annual Mid-Winter Singing Festival.Find out more »
MWSFF Concert with Tom Paxton, with Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer and Bruce Molsky’s Mountain Drifters
Tom Paxton headlines the 16th Annual Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018. Joining him will be Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer. Bruce Molsky and his Mountain Drifters will begin the show.Find out more »
"Parents will be as entertained by the sublime musicianship and droll lyricism as the kids."
- Boston Globe
MWSFF Community Sing with Robert Jones, May Erlewine, Matt Watroba, Mark Dvorak, Joel Mabus, Frank Youngman
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.Find out more »
Sally Rogers has won numerous awards for writing and performing children's music. It is a real treat to have such an accomplished artist present this year's MWSFF Children's Concert, co-produced with the City of East Lansing.Find out more »
A highlight of the festival, 6 - 8 afternoon workshops provide another opportunity for our community to sing and play music - together. One $20 wristband is good for the all of the sessions. Students are free! Schedule will be announced on the singing festival.com website no later than Dec. 1, 2018.Find out more »
Saturday night's Community Sing will be a Michigan reunion of three long-time friends. Sally Rogers, Claudia Schmidt and Joel Mabus are each expert song leaders. Together it would be hard to name a more talented trio to guide a theatre full of people in an evening of singing.Find out more »
Chicago’s premier Irish fiddler Liz Carroll is joined by harpist Maeve Gilchrist, and Lansing’s own dance phenom Nic Gareiss. Opening the night will be intricate, unpredictable arrangements of traditional songs and fiddle tunes; compelling and catchy original songs and completely unexpected covers, by Philadelphia's House of Hamill.Find out more »
With lyrics supplied, Chouinard lets fly with inventive, often playful, accompaniments, rarely glancing at the keyboard — a feat that one regular considers magic. “It’s kind of his calling,” said the man who’s attended these singalongs for ten years. “I mean, you know he could be playing with anyone, but here he is with us."Find out more »