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Portland FolkMusic Society
Welcome!


 

First call:

Singtime Frolics
with guest artist Beth Wood
 

 

Our annual residential weekend in the Columbia Gorge, March 27-29 2020, has it all:  to make music and hear music, learn and teach, enjoy nature, and leave refreshed and renewed. And we are thrilled to announce that Portland artist Beth Wood will be the artist in residence, teaching and performing. Find out more about Beth on her site.


Tickets will be available starting on January 1. In the meantime, you can read up on Singtime. Stay tuned!

Radim Zenkl - coming Nov. 1

Radim Zenkl is an amazing mandolin player. He draws on his Eastern European musical tradition, but also plays jazz, traditional folk, progressive... you know, all those styles. And he plays them all very very well. In fact, he was the national mandolin champion in 1992 (did you know there was such a thing?)

Here's more about Radim with a link to buy tickets.


Elsewhere on the Site

 

Check out the Events Menu to find out about Concerts, Song Circles, and other PFS events. This week’s concerts are to the right on this page, but there's much more on the PFS Folk Calendar, the most complete, interactive listing of folk events in the Portland area.

 

Do you have events that should be posted here? Write to Events Calendar

 

And - keep your eyes on the new Our Community menu. We'll be listing our business members and sponsors first, and then we'll be adding information about local artists and venues, house concerts, and other friends and partners. Stay tuned!


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Since 1976, PFS has been active preserving, presenting and promoting folk music and arts in the greater Portland Oregon area. PFS sponsors song circles, concerts, workshops and retreats, and helps its members and the whole community pass the word around about folk music events, from old time ballads to sea shanties, and 60’s protest folk to contemporary singer-songwriters.

 

Portland FolkMusic Society

P.O. Box 1448

Portland, OR 97207-1448


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