2018-2019 Concert Series
SFMS Concert Series: Something for everyone!

Something for everyone! Choose York Folk... Celtic... or All Concerts. There's also Hands-On Folk!

Click on pictures or links to see individual Event Pages.

Go to Event Page for The Honey Dewdrops

Sun, January 6 The Honey Dewdrops

An Americana duo featuring transcendent harmonies, inspired songwriting, and rollicking banjo, mandolin and guitars.

Go to Event Page for Eileen Ivers

Fri, January 18 Eileen Ivers

Famed musician with a boldly imaginative multicultural style that "suggests the future of the Celtic fiddle."

Go to Event Page for Richie & Rosie

Sun, January 20 Richie & Rosie

An old-time duo from upstate New York featuring Rosie's ferocious fiddling, Richie's incredible clawhammer banjo, captivating melodies and honest storytelling.

Go to Event Page for Tracy Grammer

Sat, February 2 Tracy Grammer

One of contemporary folk music's most beloved artists, renowned for her springwater-clear alto, her stellar violin and guitar playing, and her gift for storytelling.

Go to Event Page for Winter Coffee House

Also consider this event from our Coffeehouse Series:

Sat, February 9 Winter Coffee House

Live acoustic music from local and regional performers.

Go to Event Page for Charm City Junction

Sun, February 10 Charm City Junction

From Old-Time to Irish to Bluegrass, Baltimore-based Charm City Junction creates a fresh soundscape that keeps listeners wondering where they'll go next.

Go to Event Page for Bon Débarras

Sun, March 3 Bon Débarras

This Québécois band is a crossroads of tradition and modernity — connecting the rich traditions of French-speaking America with new styles including folk, trad and slam poetry.

Go to Event Page for Zoë Conway & John McIntyre

Mon, March 18 Zoë Conway & John McIntyre

"Simply one of the best folk duos on the planet" (BBC) with an exciting blend of Irish-rooted, refreshingly eclectic fiddle and guitar music.

Go to Event Page for The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers

Sat, March 23 The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers

High energy Appalachian Bluegrass that draws freely from old-time, bluegrass, jamgrass, rockabilly, and swing music.

Go to Event Page for Spring Coffee House

Also consider this event from our Coffeehouse Series:

Sat, April 6 Spring Coffee House

Live acoustic music from local and regional performers.

Go to Event Page for Del Rey

Sat, April 13 Del Rey

American blues, jazz and ragtime: "A very nice unlikely blend of things, accessible, slightly nostalgic, but fresh and thoughtful."

Go to Event Page for John McCutcheon

Fri, April 26 John McCutcheon

This multi-instrumental, multi-talented master folkie brings us together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Pete Seeger's birth. Join hearts and sing!

Go to Event Page for The Small Glories

Sat, May 11 The Small Glories

Folk powerhouse pairing of Cara Luft and JD Edwards: a dynamic Americana duo planted on the Canadian Prairies.

Go to Event Page for DuoDuo

Sun, June 2 DuoDuo

Two duos join forces: percussive dancer Nic Gareiss, harpist Maeve Gilchrist, cellist Natalie Haas and Québécois guitarist Yann Falquet.

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Funding Acknowledgments

logos: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Cultural Alliance of York County, Cultural Enrichment Fund

The Susquehanna Folk Music Society (SFMS) is supported by our members and many generous organizations.

Funding is provided by the Cultural Enrichment Fund and by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, administered locally by the Cultural Alliance of York County.

logo: National Endowment for the Arts logo: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts logo: CUltural Alliance of York County logo: CUltural Enrichment Fund