Susquehanna Folk Coffeehouses are intimate evenings showcasing Central Pennsylvania's fine amateur acoustic musicians, who play a wide variety of material for an attentive, music-loving audience. Our winter coffeehouse features lush harmonies from Big Sky Quartet, original songs from Matt Miskie, a John Prine tribute set from Mark Henkelman, and an eclectic mix of songs and instrumentals from Stu Miller.
FREE Coffeehouse concert on Sat, Feb 4 at Fort Hunter Barn, Harrisburg.
Come with us on a magical musical journey to the southern edge of Siberia for an evening of Tuvan throat singing. For many folks, this concert is literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience this extraordinary musical tradition in person. Alash's performance will be enchanting and unforgettable.
Sat, Feb 11 at the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg, Clover Lane Campus.
Contemporary folk duo with a keen and bucolic sense of vocal harmony and song craft, performing original music anchored in the balladry tradition. “Folk music with a hefty touch of whimsy,” says NPR's Bob Boilen. Cumberland Honey's Virginia Masland opens.
MONDAY, Feb 20 at Fort Hunter.
Called “...the Irish equivalent of Emmylou Harris” (Washington Post), Karan Casey is an incomparable singer of everything from traditional Irish ballads to jazz and blues. In additon to her solo career, she has worked with artists ranging from Solas and Lúnasa to the Boston Pops Orchestra to James Taylor and Tim O’Brien. For this show, Karan is appearing with Sheila Falls and Matt Heaton. Concert on
Wed, March 8 at The Abbey Bar @ABC.
This astonishing and adventurous pair of master musicians serves up traditional Irish music, hot jazz, bluegrass and baroque, coupled with striking new compositions and Chris’s delightfully subversive wit. Celtic Harp workshop and concert on
Sun, March 26 at Fort Hunter.
The word été in French means "summer" — a fitting tribute to this trio's original, lively take on Québec's traditional music. With lovely vocal harmonies, deep groove, and rich instrumentation, their shows transform the nostalgia of a kitchen party into an unforgettable celebration of the joie de vivre of Québecois culture.
Thu, April 27 at UUCY.
“With one foot steeped in tradition and the other focused on fresh songwriting, Golden Shoals are helping to further the narrative of American Roots music and introducing the traditions of our past to a whole new generation of listeners.” Two Baltimore-based roots musicians join this Nashville-based duo for a concert on
Sun, April 30 at Fort Hunter.
Susquehanna Folk Music Society
185-326 Newberry Commons, Etters, PA 17319(717) 745-6577