Dances of India

Postponed a week! SFMS is pleased to present a three-week class introducing folkloric dances from northern India, led by Sujata Goel. Series of three classes -- NEW DATES: Wednesday evenings, Mar 22 & 29 and Apr 5 at The Movement Center. »MORE»

The Outside Track

A pan-Celtic group that performs Scots, Irish and Cape Breton songs and stepdance. Concert Sun, March 26 at Appalachian Brewing Company. »MORE»

Capital 10-Miler: A Run for the Arts

TEAM SUSQUEHANNA FOLK is running the Capital 10-Miler, and we need your support! Sponsor our run, or come out to cheer us on. Sat, April 1 at the riverfront in downtown Harrisburg. »MORE»

Keola Beamer & Jeff Peterson, with Moanalani Beamer

An evening with the reigning master of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar, his protégé, and his wife, who is a hula dance master and musician. Hula Dance Workshop + Concert Sat, April 1 at UUCY. »MORE»

Del Rey

American blues, jazz and ragtime: "A very nice unlikely blend of things, accessible, slightly nostalgic, but fresh and thoughtful." Concert Thu, April 6 at Ware Center. »MORE»

Daisy Castro Quartet

This oustanding young interpreter of Gypsy Jazz has won the respect of the masters and the admiration of audiences worldwide. Concert Thu, April 20 at UUCY. »MORE»


A note from Robert Bobby

We are postponing our May concert with the Robert Bobby Duo and Friction Farm, due to Robert Bobby's illness. He writes, "a number of our fans have been asking about us and sending best wishes in light of my diagnosis..." »MORE»

Limited Edition T-Shirts

Celebrate Susquehanna Folk with our snazzy black T-shirt, featuring art by local designer (and musician!) Steve Davis. See the order form for more info. »MORE»

Sponsor an Event: See Your Name In Lights

Sponsorship not only helps us present the folk acts you love — you'll also enjoy preferred seating, get to meet the performers, and be recognized from the stage. Become a sponsor with a donation of $200 and receive all these benefits... »MORE»

A Shout-Out to our Coffeehouse Performers

Here's a shout-out to our 2015-16 Coffee House performers: a complete list of bands and individuals, with links to their websites. If you enjoyed them — or if you're looking for some great new music — check out their websites, go out to their gigs, buy their CDs. Support local folk music! »MORE»

Thanks to our Silent Auction Donors!

Here's a special thank you to the generous folks who contributed a tempting array of items for our recent Silent Auction. »MORE»

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Funding Acknowledgments

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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.

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Each photo is a link to that artist’s Event Page.

Go to Event Page for Dances of India Go to Event Page for The Outside Track Go to Event Page for Capital 10-Miler: A Run for the Arts Go to Event Page for Keola Beamer & Jeff Peterson, with Moanalani Beamer Go to Event Page for Del Rey Go to Event Page for Daisy Castro Quartet Go to Event Page for Spring Coffee House Go to Concert Series page Go to Music Workshops page Go to World Music & Dance Series page Go to Jam Sessions page Go to Coffeehouse Series page Go to Songwriting Contest page Go to Hands-On Folk Calendar Go to Event Page for Special Event & Silent Auction

MANY THANKS... all these folks who make our events possible.

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