Join our Open Mic community at one of the most beautiful venues in the area, for an evening of live music and entertainment from fine local folkies. Come with your friends to enjoy the performances or maybe even take center stage yourself!
Sunday, September 24 at West Shore Theatre.
Our second annual Harvest Dinner! Susquehanna Folk teams up with Beshore Hill Farm and the New Cumberland Collective to present an autumn evening with delicious local foods and a concert with Kevin Neidig, Henry Koretzky & Aaron Blouin! RSVP BY OCT 4 for this outdoor dinner and concert on
Saturday, October 14 at Beshore Hill Farm in New Cumberland.
‘If snow could sing, it would sing like Julie Fowlis...’ This multi-award-winning artist, firmly grounded in Scotland’s language and wild landscapes, has charmed audiences across the globe and even in space.
This Canadian duo challenges the borders between people, places, and traditions, while encouraging freedom of expression and community through music. Their dark, fiery, folk-without-borders sound is a rich synthesis of influences they’ve absorbed during nine years of near-constant transatlantic touring.
Tue, Nov 7 at Fort Hunter.
A powerhouse trio encompassing old-time and bluegrass. Tony Trischka is called “the great banjo liberationist” by NPR. Bruce Molsky is one of the most revered “multi-hyphenated career” ambassadors for America’s old-time mountain music. Guitarist and singer Michael Daves’ unorthodox roots music has made him a leading light of the New York bluegrass scene. Originally scheduled to appear August 2023, they are now slated for
Friday, February 9 at Zoetropolis.
Field & Folk 2023
our second annual Harvest Dinner Saturday, October 14 at Beshore Hill Farm
In this Folk Artist spotlight, we check in on one of our Folk Arts Apprentice partnerships. The many-talented Aron Rook
(muralist, illustrator and creator) is working with master woodcarver Jim Hiser, learning to sculpt the expressive masks of the Korean folk theater known as Talchum.
Aron is fascinated by the concept of lineage that runs through her study: her Grandfather Rook and the woodcarving traditions of her adoptive home; her ancestors from Korea and their culture; the many carvers who mentored and taught Jim; and the skills of generations now being passed to her.
The board and staff of the Susquehanna Folk Music Society are committed to celebrating and affirming diverse cultures through programming which explores the music, dance, craft and stories of many people. We stand in complete solidarity with the Black community and all marginalized communities to speak out against injustice, bigotry and racial violence.
Susquehanna Folk Music Society
185-326 Newberry Commons, Etters, PA 17319(717) 745-6577