We conduct our Music Service at our own beautiful, historic First Parish (UU) church, 382 Walnut Street, Brookline. Starts at 10:00, coffee and conversation afterward
This favorite freebie is renowned for its lovely rustic setting and occasional heavy weather. Multi-threat instrumentalist Claude Galinsky will join us for an afternoon of truly fine picking, tight singing and general carrying on.
SAMW is back for another wonderful week of acoustic music, song-writing, dancing, jamming, dining and swimming at Geneva Point, on the shores of New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee. Nature walks. Birders. Mountains and an inland sea. Non-stop music. SAMW is the best!…
WUMB Radio has partnered with the Museum of Science to present to you a “Concert Under the Stars.” This special event will take place on Thursday, May 3, 2012 at the newly renovated Museum of Science Planetarium in Boston. Performers are Lorraine…
This is our annual house-concert in the Green Mountains, at Kate Butler’s fabulous nursery. email@example.com
This is the opening act of the Muddy River Dulcimer Festival. It continues the next day with workshops all afternoon and a Sally Rogers-Howie Bursen concert in the evening.
Lorraine’s Dulcimer Festival will bloom again in a new location – the Brookline Music School, 25 Kennard Road Brookline, MA. Friday night, April 27, Lorraine and Bennett Hammond in concert. Saturday, April 28, Appalachian dulcimer workshops, all levels, all afternoon. Sally Rogers…
In Beautiful Brasstown, NC. At the fabulous Folk School. The food is great ( best clam chowda anywhere ) and everyone there is interesting and creative . https://www.folkschool.org/index.php?section=class_detail&class_id=5619
Best Music Camp of all! Plenty of access to instructors, jamming all over the place, a Very Big Lake to swim in, Mountains, woods: you know- Heaven! http://www.wumb.org/samw/ Riley Baugus Old Time Guitar Southern Mountain Banjo Rolly Brown Fingerstyle Guitar…
Maintaining the connection between folk and classical music, Lorraine teaches harp and “Folk Ensemble.” http://www.mountaincollegiummusic.org/