Sunday, November 6, 2022 Concert: 2:00pm | Admission: $15/person Abiding by a love for adventure, Corner House finds purpose and solace in the beauty of earth and music. Clinging wholeheartedly to studied traditions, they tend to write and arrange music liberally comprised of Irish, Scottish, Appalachian Stringband, and Bluegrass influences.
Saturday, August 27, 2022 Concert: 7:00pm| Admission: $15/person Vermont based duo, Rachel Clemente (member of Two Shores and US National Scottish Harp champion, '16) and Dan Houghton (member of Cantrip, Pipers’ Den, Anxty, and formerly of Salsa Celtica) bring together an unlikely pairing of bagpipes and harp.
Sunday, July 17, 2022 Concert - 2:00pm | Admission - $15/person Alex Cumming is a traditional Singer, Accordionist, Pianist and dance caller hailing from Somerset, England, now living in Greater Boston, MA, USA. He performs songs and tunes from around the United Kingdom and America with a great depth of knowledge of the tradition. Alex has... Continue Reading →
Sunday, October 2, 2022 Concert - 2:00pm | Admission - $15/person "Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a Boston-based Scottish fiddle and cello duo, has an enthusiastic following in the U.S. and internationally. Blending Scottish tunes with lively rhythms and innovative harmonies, they create a sound rooted in tradition, inspired by the contemporary, and completely original. On... Continue Reading →
Sunday, May 29, 2022 Concert - 2:00pm | Admission - $15/person "The name is an Old Scots word meaning a charm, magic spell or piece of mischief and it aptly describes the unexpected twists and turns in their musical arrangements, likewise the compelling potency of their musicianship. Originally formed as a quartet, Cantrip sprung from... Continue Reading →
Sunday, June 19, 2022 | Concert - 2:00pm | Admission - $15/person "Bellwether is an exciting new international folk trio. Collectively hailing from Orkney in Scotland, Somerset in England, and Boston in the USA, their sound brings a fresh perspective to traditional music while simultaneously remaining entirely folkie. Stoking the embers sparked by pioneers of... Continue Reading →