Spring Music Weekend - Reservations required
This IS a Folk Music weekend - reverberating with music you sing, music you play, music you listen to, music you share, music you learn from other folks, music that makes your toes tap, music to dance to, music that connects us to generation upon generation. Come up; join us. Be a part of this community of music lovers!
GREAT NEWS! - $100 discount if you have never been to a weekend or have not attended any of the last three weekends (Spring ’13, Fall ’13, and Winter ’14) — 15 discounts available. Call Heather Wood, registrar, at (626)[masked] to apply and receive a discount number.
See compete information for the weekend here.
Enjoy wonderful performers at Hudson Valley Resort & Spa in Kerhonkson, NY, about 90 minutes north of NYC features great accommodations, delicious food, plenty of places to gather for jamming, singing, listening or hanging out as well as a heated pool, plus outdoor opportunities for walking or hiking. Spend a melodious, relaxing weekend making new friends and learning new tunes.
Pre-registratrion is a must -
On line registration for non-members and Folk Music Society of NY members
Register on line for SPECIAL FRIENDS RATE: 3 or more friends ages 21 - 35
Per person price: 3 days, Fri - Mon
Group rate: 3 in a triple - $225 each
Group rate 2 in a double - $240 each
Per person price: 2 days, Fri - Sun
Group rate: 3 in a triple - $150 each
Group rate 2 in a double - $180 each
EMILY EAGEN (of the Whistlin' Wolves) an avid experimenter across the musical spectrum, sings, whistles, and plays the ukulele. She's won the International Whistling championship twice!
DON FRIEDMAN, longtime club member, is a great singer and guitarist. He performs with Triboro. Don's musical tastes range from old time to pop and everything in between.
TRIP HENDERSON, (of the Whistlin' Wolves) the Big Apple's “ Merry Monarch of the Mouth Harp” regularly gigs with an amazing array of bluegrass, blues, and old-time music groups.
MAX GODFREY is a dynamic singer of work songs and ballads; he also plays fiddle and guitar. Max is a workingfarmer, as well as a student ofAfrican American Studies andEnglish at the University ofGeorgia . Max is interested in the intersection between storytelling and music.
Mary Zikos has been singingtraditional and contemporaryfolksongs all her life and isalso a storyteller. She sang with the shanty chorus Outward Bound and with the trios Liverpool Judys and Rhubarb Fool.
KATHY WALLIS is deeply involved with the folk community in her native Kernow (Cornwall); she has an extensive knowledge of Cornish folklore - the songs,stories, and rituals indigenous to the region. Her 16th centuryfarm cottage is a hub of folkloricactivity and seasonalcelebrations. She is excited to share her Cornish heritage.
SUE DUPRÉ, from New Jersey, has been callingcontra, square and English country dances forover 35 years. She is passionately devoted to the promotion and performance of historic English ritual and ceremonial dances in American communities and founder of a molly dance team, Handsome Molly.
BOB DUPRÉ, a fine singer, sings for molly dancing and has a special interest in maritime songs