Daimh, Gaelic Supergroup and unchallenged champion, play straight in the eye Highland music and are based around West Lochaber and the Isle of Skye. Formed around the turn of the century and taking the name from the Gaelic word for … Continue reading →
Multiple Grammy-nominee John McCutcheon charms audiences with “story telling that has the richness of fine literature” (Washington Post) and his mastery of a stage full of folk instruments is simply amazing. He plays guitar, fiddle, autoharp, banjo, jaw harp, (hambone … Continue reading →
Countercurrent From Seattle: Brian Lindsay – fiddle Alex Sturbaum – guitar Countercurrent is a contra dance and folk music band in western Washington, featuring driving guitar, foot percussion, lyrical fiddle, and harmony vocals. Sonya Kaufman Beginners lesson starts at 7:30pm … Continue reading →
First and Third Sundays We will mix Balkan, Israeli and other folk dances each week, with occasional live music from Balkan, Israeli and other traditions. Watch the calendar for announcements about special dances, but just come to each dance and … Continue reading →
Corvallis Guitar Society The goal of the Corvallis Guitar Society is to act as a catalyst to bring local guitarists out of the woodwork and provide an opportunity to perform and enjoy guitar music in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. … Continue reading →
Special Cascade Promenade Contra Dance The Nettles Laura Brophy – fiddle; Kevin Johnsrude – guitars; Michael Proctor – bass; Brian Bucolo – percussion; The Nettles are well-known on the West Coast for their original approach to contra dance music. Playing … Continue reading →
Song Circle Share a song, lead a song, request a song, or listen as we go round the circle. Song Circle is free and open to all who wish to participate. Bring your own instrument, borrow one, or just sing.
The Gothard Sisters The Gothard Sisters are a dynamic group of three sisters, whose impressive array of talents have set them apart as one of the most refreshing and compelling acts in Celtic music today. The sisters’ unpredictable and theatrical … Continue reading →