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« Sunday April 15, 2018 »

Join County Wexford button accordion and fiddle player Tom Dunne and Birmingham fiddler Tony Horswill along with other local, and oft times visiting, musicians at this brilliant Sunday afternoon session. The session usually takes a hiatus for July and August.


An informal Sea Shanty sing usually the 3rd Sunday of every month. from 2:00 to 5:00 PM at the Noble Gallery, Building D, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY. Voluntary donation will be requested. Refreshments will be available, including beer and wine for sale. Snug Harbor is accessible by the S40 bus from the Staten Island Ferry Terminal and by car. For more info about the Noble Collection, go to and click on "Visitor Information" for directions and a printable map.


Come join us! We’re musicians who like playing the types of music used at contra dances. We play instruments of all kinds, from concertinas to kazoos and we play slower than dance speed so you can get your fingers around the tunes! Many of the tunes we play can be found in the Portland Collection or in the first Waltz Book. please email rothm at before you come just to confirm and get directions


Looking to see if anyone is interested in a monthly jam session on a Sunday morning in the Lawrenceville area. Experience is not an issue, all are welcome. If you are interested, lets figure out what Sunday morning is best from 10 to noon.


I'm in the process of looking for intermediate fiddles to get a gathering going. No show offs, just plain old folk that may learn from each other. I play a little Irish and Old time fiddle and fumble at best. I'd like to get together maybe twice a month maybe once a week, we can see how it goes. If you read music, great. If you don't great too. no sweat. If you can play a scale your welcome. Just give me a call. If I don't answer, leave a message and I'll get back to you pronto. We may all chip in for pizza later on, see how that goes. let's play so music.

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