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On-line Concert Series:
Abbey Arts (Fremont Abbey & Ballard Homestead): fremontabbey.org
Alberta Rose Theater (Portland, OR): albertarosetheatre.com
Kenyon Hall Saturday night series: kenyonhall.org
Quarantine Happy Hour (programmed by alternating moderators Gabrielle Macrae and Barry Southern, Riley Calgagno, Charmaine Slaven, and WB Reid) has been presenting wonderful online concerts for a few months. Every evening at 5:30, find a different live-stream concert (or view many past concerts archived.) It includes a virtual tip jar for the artists (follow link above to Facebook page)
Early Music Seattle plans free online concerts with donations encouraged.
Oct. 17 (7PM) Coming Together: Music from Moravia – Concert/documentary featuring Kris Kwapis, trumpet; Curtis Foster, oboe; Christine Wilkinson Beckman, violin; Nate Helgeson, bassoon; and Jillon Stoppels Dupree, harpsichord
Nov. 7 (7PM) Randal Bays – The Irish Baroque, with Clint Dye (guitar)
Festivals & Special Events:
Oct 9 – 17 Celtic Colours International Festival (Cape Breton) – nightly concerts
Oct.23-25 – Brooklyn Folk Festival on-line Performances are free (donations encouraged!); Workshops are ticketed.
Oct 24-25 – From Home to Home – Northwest Childrens Festival Live 11 AM – 1 PM
On-demand all weekend – Online at nwfolklifestreaming.org, Facebook, and Twitch, Committed to Access for All | Suggested Donation: $20 per family
Workshops and lessons On-line:
CDSS (Country Dance and Song Society) on-line calendar includes virtual dances, workshops, sessions, and more
Dusty Strings – many instrumental and singing workshops, as well as a virtual Harp Festival during the month of October
Andrew Finn Magill is offering various fiddle technique workshops this fall, including chopping/syncopation and backing up singers on fiddle.
Hanneke Cassel is teaching fiddle on-line. She is also offering free access to a lesson teaching “Cali’s Wedding” :
A little over a year ago my sweet friend and beloved member of our music community, Cali McKasson Kovin, passed away. I wrote a tune for Cali and her husband Chris on their wedding day and then recorded this lesson for FiddleVideo.com while Cali was still with us. We’ve just gotten around to editing it and wanted to share it with you as a free lesson. If you have a chance, check out Cali’s beautiful music with her brother Ryan McKasson and family at the Seattle Folklife Festival 2019.