Non-CFS Concerts

 Non-CFS Concerts and Events of interest


 Cedar House Concerts in Monroe

Next is:

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 – 7PM – Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter

Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter perform with two Celtic harps, the rare Swedish Nyckelharpa, Ukrainian Bandura, Cittern and more. The audience will hear a brand new show of music and stories with Tradition music from Sweden and Ireland as well as heartwarming original compositions.


Brazilian choro music events coming up

Hello Friends –
Our band, Choro na Cozinha, is playing three shows (Eugene, Monmouth and Corvallis) in the next ten days (our world tour).
The dates, times and places are listed below. All are relaxed venues for hanging out with friends and hearing the music. It would be great to see you there.   (Apologies, if this is a duplicate)  -Bill Pfender
Friday JUNE 3, 5-7 PM  COLD FIRE BREWING, EUGENE, 263 Mill St: outdoor seating, food trucks, family & dog friendly, no cover
Sunday JUNE 5, 5-7:30 PM  AIRLIE WINERY, MONMOUTH, 15305 Dunn Forest Rd: outdoor seating, family & dog friendly, $10 cover
Wednesday JUNE 8, 6-8 PM  COMMON FIELDS, CORVALLIS, 545 SW 3rd St: outdoor seating, family friendly, food and beer available for purchase, no cover


Portland FolkMusic Society concerts 

  •  June 11,  Hank Cramer
  • Hank Cramer is one of the best-loved folksingers in the American West. He is widely known for his booming bass voice, smooth picking on a vintage flat-top guitar, and his wry sense of humor. He can play and sing over a thousand modern and traditional songs, spanning the genres of Celtic, Appalachian, maritime, cowboy, and plain old folk music. The first thing you notice when you hear Hank Cramer is that deep, smooth-as-glass, pure-as-honey bass voice. A resonating full voice that adds class to everything it sings. Its old-fashioned and wholesome and demands attention. These great tunes have never sounded better. — James Rodgers, Victory Review

We have moved the concerts to the 3rd Saturday of the month; this should make it easier for audience members to get to the venue rather than getting stuck in weekday evening traffic. Details on these performers and additional information is available on the PFS website. Season tickets ($80 for all five concerts) and individual tickets are now available at:

We are following the recommended covid precautions (vaccinations required and masks) per the Governor’s recommendations.

Thank you for your past support of the PFS concerts and we look forward to seeing you when they restart in January.

Best regards,  Stan Davis,    PFS Concert Committee Chairperson


Fall Song Festival is Portland FolkMusic Society’s annual on-line worldwide event, taking place this year October 21-23, 2022.