Eileen Ivers

Famed musician with a boldly imaginative multicultural style that "suggests the future of the Celtic fiddle." She is a nine-time All-Ireland Fiddle Champion, the original Musical Star of Riverdance, and a founding member of Cherish the Ladies. Concert Fri, January 18 at UUCY. »MORE»

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. Concert Sun, January 20 at Ware Center. »MORE»

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. Concert Sat, February 2 at Fort Hunter. »MORE»

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. Concert Sun, February 10 at Appalachian Brewing Company. »MORE»

Waltz / Couples Dance

Celebrate Valentines' weekend with your sweetie, or come and dance with other singles! Learn how to do a beautiful, flowing waltz and other fun couple dances. Fri, February 15 at Union Meeting House in Marietta. »MORE»


Tales of a Musical Life

Explore a fascinating collection of stories collected from older York County residents who have a long-time involvement with music. SFMS is indebted to students of Penn State York who conducted the interviews in 2017-18, and to the York County Community Foundation's Hahn Home Fund for Embracing Aging. Check out this oral history project... »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 2017-18 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»

Help Make It Happen

Did you ever wonder who decides which performers will come to our stage? Who greets the musicians, helps them sell their music? Who provides the tasty treats for our refreshment tables? It's all volunteers — and we invite you join us. Folk is a vibrant living tradition — be a part of it! »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 Eileen Ivers Go to Event Page for Richie & Rosie Go to Event Page for Tracy Grammer Go to Event Page for Charm City Junction Go to Event Page for Waltz / Couples Dance Go to Event Page for Bon Débarras Go to Event Page for Zoë Conway & John McIntyre Go to Event Page for The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers Go to Event Page for Del Rey Go to Event Page for John McCutcheon Go to Event Page for The Small Glories Go to Event Page for DuoDuo Go to Event Page for Smithsonian Folklife Festival

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

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