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Performers

The three members of The Faux Paws play fiddle and guitars in front of a rustic lodge fireplace.
With instrumentation that includes saxophone, banjo, fiddles, mandolin, foot percussion, guitar, and voices, The Faux Paws pack a vast amount of music and heart into a small package. Their elastic, infectious, genre-transcending arrangements bring influences of rock and pop to their eclectic traditional music base. Read more...
The Stringrays with their instruments: individual photos of Rodney Miller, Owen Morrison and Stuart Kenney.
The Stringrays is an inimitable trio of musicians with a shared interest in exploring great fiddle tunes. Their playing is fueled by a love of the living tradition of New England fiddle music and its cousins. Expect dynamic, lyrical improvisation and fresh, dance-inspired interplay. The band features fiddler Rodney Miller with Owen Morrison on guitar and Stuart Kenney on bass and banjo. Read more...

News

The 3 members of the Old Blind Dogs pose on a Scottish moor, in front of a stone fireplace, with lamps and tables as if they were indoors.
SFMS presents a full calendar of traditional arts events in south-central Pennsylvania. As summer ends, we'll enjoy two more "Soundwaves" concerts (Justin Angelo Band and Rue de la Pompe) and we'll kick off our new season with Genticorum and the Old Blind Dogs. Our World Music & Dance Series is also hosting an evening of Bulgarian Folk Dancing with Bulgarika. Read more...
Justin Angelo Band
SFMS presents a full calendar of traditional arts events in south-central Pennsylvania. June 2019 features a concert by DuoDuo, our first "Soundwaves" concert of the summer featuring Indian Summer Jars, and a "Perry Live" house concert with Justin Angelo Band. July features our second Soundwaves with Emmanuel Nsingani. Read more...
Janet Bixler
SFMS presents a full calendar of traditional arts events in south-central Pennsylvania. March 2019 features concerts by Bon Débarras, Zoë Conway & John McIntyre, and The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers; our March jam session (bring your best Irish!), the storytelling workshop we announced last month, and a 10-mile run/walk that supports the arts and SFMS. Read more...

Events

Contra Dance Ball with The Faux Paws and calling by Will Mentor

The three members of The Faux Paws play fiddle and guitars in front of a rustic lodge fireplace.
Dance Hall Friday, 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm
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The Faux Paws

The three members of The Faux Paws play fiddle and guitars in front of a rustic lodge fireplace.
Main Stage Saturday, 10:00 am to 11:15 am

Contra Dance with The Faux Paws and Janine Smith calling

The three members of The Faux Paws play fiddle and guitars in front of a rustic lodge fireplace.
Dance Hall Saturday, 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
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Fiddle Traditions: Western Swing — with Elana James of Hot Club of Cowtown

Elana James
Patio Stage Saturday, 3:15 pm to 3:55 pm

The fiddle takes center stage in many, many folk music styles. In our Fiddle Traditions showcase, a variety of fiddlers talk about their particular genre and style. Your moderator is local superfiddler Ken Gehret.

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Meet the Masters: Rodney Miller of The Stringrays

Rodney Miller, grinning and holding his fiddle ready to play
Coffeehouse Stage Saturday, 3:20 pm to 3:50 pm

Rodney Miller (The Stringrays) is considered the foremost exponent of New England style fiddling. He has served as New Hampshire's Artist Laureate and has been nominated for a National Heritage Fellowship Award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

“Meet the Masters” are a series of artist interviews in front of a live audience. The interviews are conducted by our festival intern David Misal, an American Studies doctoral student at Penn State, Harrisburg. The "Meet the Masters" program is intended to give audiences the opportunity to learn about the lives and music of celebrated folk masters.

Fiddle Traditions: New England — with Rodney Miller of The Stringrays

Rodney Miller, grinning and holding his fiddle ready to play
Patio Stage Saturday, 4:35 pm to 5:15 pm

The fiddle takes center stage in many, many folk music styles. In our Fiddle Traditions showcase, a variety of fiddlers talk about their particular genre and style.  Your moderator is local superfiddler Ken Gehret.

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Contra Dance with The Stringrays (featuring Rodney Miller) and calling by Will Mentor

The Stringrays with their instruments: individual photos of Rodney Miller, Owen Morrison and Stuart Kenney.
Dance Hall Saturday, 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
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