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  • 39th FSGW Washington Folk Festival Schedule

    Schedule subject to change Schedule as of May 29, 2019 1:57 pm

    Saturday June 1, 2019

    Bob Rychlik

    Doo-Wop Sing

    Bill Mayhew

    Free Waltz

    Tango Dance with the DC

    Tango Orchestra

    English Country Dance

    Square Dance

    Scandinavian Dance

    Hip Hop Traditions: An Urban

    Dance Mixer

    Bob Rychlik

    Paraguayan Harp

    Slaveya

    Kinobe

    Abigail Palmer

    Tabla for Two

    Ballad Swap

    Clara & the Broken

    Barrel String Band

    Trio Trela

    The Vacutones

    Flower Hill String Band

    Grupo Rompe Cajón

    Potomac Revelers

    Pictrola

    Jackson, Oziel, &

    Moss

    Seth Kibel & Friends

    Ian Walters & Matt Kelley

    Bill Baker Band

    Stephen Wade

    Alpha Dog Acoustic

    Blues

    Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer

    Banjo Showcase

    Furia Flamenca

    The 19th Street Band

    Uptown Boyz

    Orchester Praževica

    Culkin School of

    Traditional Irish Dance

    The Bog Band

    Bourbon Moon

    MyLinda Butterworth

    Candace Wolf

    Baba Jamal Koram

    Arianna Ross

    Margaret Chatham

    Susan Gordon

    Bob Rovinsky

    Jennifer Hine

    Michael Zhuang Michael Fleming

    Massive Donut

    Lulu's Fate

    The Kindly Ones

    Cissa Paz

    Carly Harvey

    Martha Burns

    Art Spencer

    Remembering Bob Clayton

    Jocelyn & Darriel Day

    Shannon Bielski & Moonlight

    Drive

    Yurt Village Stage

    Storytelling Stage

    Cuddle-Up Stage

    Potomac Palisades

    Stage Chautauqua

    Stage Spanish

    Ballroom Crystal

    Pool Stage Meet the

    Artist Area 12:00 12:00

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  • 39th FSGW Washington Folk Festival Schedule

    Schedule subject to change Schedule as of May 29, 2019 1:57 pm

    Sunday June 2, 2019

    DC Labor Chorus

    Semilla Cultural

    Halau Ho'omau I ka Wai Ola O

    Hawai'i

    English Cèilidh

    Dance with Froghammer

    Puerto Rican Bomba Dance

    Swing Dance with Fast

    Eddie & the Slowpokes

    Greek Dance with

    Karpouzi Trio

    Contra Dance

    Klezmer Dance with Machaya

    Washington Toho Koto

    Society

    Trio Sefardi

    Burke Ingraffia

    Alan Oresky

    Soumya Chakraverty

    Djangolaya

    Metz Brothers

    TerraNova

    Fabrangen Fiddlers

    Karpouzi Trio

    Mutual Agreement

    Kentucky Avenue

    Archie’s Blues

    Barbershop

    Blue Panamuse

    Reverb

    I Am An Immigrant

    King Street Bluegrass

    Quartertonez Music & Foty Fusion Band

    Little Bit A Blues

    Magpie

    Pete Seeger Centennial

    New Sunshine Skiffle Band

    Dede & the Do-Rights

    Halau Ho'omau I ka

    Wai Ola O Hawai'i

    Joe Uehlein & the

    U-Liners

    Arev Armenian

    Dance

    Flor de Maracujá

    Andrew Acosta Band

    Foggy Bottom Whomp-Stompers

    Bunjo Butler

    Janice Curtis Greene

    Twinbrook Tellers

    Barbara Effron

    Noa Baum

    Geraldine Buckley Laura J. Bobrow Sufian

    Zhemukhov Anne

    Sheldon

    Gary Lloyd

    DC Labor Chorus

    Sara Ghebremichael

    Janie Meneely & Rob van

    Sante

    Maureen Andary

    Callithump

    Jesse Palidofsky

    Elke Baker

    Elena Lacayo

    Brent Peterson

    Lilt

    Yurt Village Stage

    Storytelling Stage

    Cuddle-Up Stage

    Potomac Palisades

    Stage Chautauqua

    Stage Spanish

    Ballroom Crystal

    Pool Stage Meet the

    Artist Area 12:00 12:00

    1:00 1:00

    2:00 2:00

    3:00 3:00

    4:00 4:00

    5:00 5:00

    6:00 6:00

    7:00 7:00

  • 39th FSGW Washington Folk Festival Schedule

    Schedule subject to change Schedule as of May 29, 2019 1:57 pm

    Saturday June 1, 2019 Yurt Village Stage

    12:00-12:45 Massive Donut Performers:

    Massive Donut Description:

    The talented and hugely entertaining musicians of Massive Donut engage folks of all ages in singing merry and madcap songs that tickle the funny bone.

    1:00-1:30 Lulu's Fate Performers:

    Lulu's Fate Description:

    With stunning three-part harmonies and virtuoso instrumental prowess, Lulu’s Fate performs traditional Appalachian, southern string band, and country blues as well as original songs and instrumental tunes.

    1:45-2:30 The Kindly Ones Performers:

    The Kindly Ones Description:

    Featuring lovely harmonies and fine musicianship, The Kindly Ones (Jael Patterson, Marcy Cochran, David Bird, Miles Spicer) perform an eclectic set of traditional and original songs.

    2:45-3:15 Cissa Paz Performers:

    Cissa Paz Rafael Pondé

    Description: Brazilian Cissa Paz melds Afro-Brazilian and Luso-African traditions into her soulful and vibrant songs, accompanied by guitarist Rafael Pondé.

    3:30-4:00 Carly Harvey Performers:

    Carly Harvey Description:

    Powerhouse vocalist Carly Harvey combines blues, jazz, soul, and roots styles and can make the most complex vocal phrasing sound pure and natural.

    4:00-4:30 Martha Burns Performers:

    Martha Burns Description:

    Be transported to the past as Martha Burns brings her unique voice to

    http://lulusfate.com http://www.carlyharvey.com http://www.reverbnation.com/marthaburns

  • 39th FSGW Washington Folk Festival Schedule

    Schedule subject to change Schedule as of May 29, 2019 1:57 pm

    mountain ballads, cowboy songs, comic ditties, and heart songs. Recordings:

    Several solo and with Double Decker String Band: Merrimac 4:30-5:00 Art Spencer

    Performers: Art Spencer

    Description: Singer/guitarist Art Spencer performs beautiful interpretations of rural folk and urban street songs from his mother’s native Italy.

    5:00-5:30 Remembering Bob Clayton Performers:

    Charlie Baum Darriel Day Jocelyn Day Pete Kraemer Lisa Null Jennifer Woods

    Description: Friends share songs to remember Bob Clayton, a long-time Festival stalwart, songwriter, banjo player, scholar, luthier, and FSGW mover and shaker.

    5:30-6:00 Jocelyn & Darriel Day Performers:

    Darriel Day Jocelyn Day

    Description: Savor the lovely harmonies of Jocelyn and Darriel Day as they sing a cappella ballads, Celtic, and maritime music.

    6:15-7:00 Shannon Bielski & Moonlight Drive Performers:

    Moonlight Drive Description:

    Fiddler Shannon Bielski leads Moonlight Drive, a strong, driving, progressive bluegrass band that puts a twist on traditional bluegrass songs.

    https://soundcloud.com/art-spencer-107085256 http://www.myspace.com/lisanullsinger https://www.facebook.com/shannonbielskiandmoonlightdrive/

  • 39th FSGW Washington Folk Festival Schedule

    Schedule subject to change Schedule as of May 29, 2019 1:57 pm

    Saturday June 1, 2019 Storytelling Stage

    1:00-1:30 MyLinda Butterworth Performers:

    MyLinda Butterworth Description:

    Noise Makers—MyLinda Butterworth tells stories about sounds that surround, overpower, or startle us and the strange or wonderful things that cause them.

    1:30-2:00 Candace Wolf Performers:

    Candace Wolf Description:

    Wonderful, Magical, Out-of-this-World Things!—Candace Wolf will lift your heart, free your mind, and keep your sense of humor alive.

    2:00-2:30 Baba Jamal Koram Performers:

    Baba Jamal Koram Description:

    Warmed by the African Sun—Baba Jamal Koram tells stories of standing up for what’s right, caring for our earth, and believing in the good in everyone.

    Recordings: CD Titles: Live for the Little Ones, Aesop: Tales of Aethiop the African, Crows in the Corn, The Eagle and the Chickens, The New Bruh Rabbit, Story Wisdom (with Brother StoryDrum). CD ROM: African American Griot Tales

    2:30-3:00 Arianna Ross Performers:

    Arianna Ross Description:

    Star Stories—Arianna Ross takes you around the universe and brings you safely home again.

    3:00-3:30 Margaret Chatham Performers:

    Margaret Chatham Description:

    Magic of Sweden—Margaret Chatham asks: You may have heard of trolls and tomtar — but what about water spirits and magical fiddlers?

    Recordings: Cat Tales -- cassette

    3:30-4:00 Susan Gordon Performers:

    http://www.StoryMasters.org http://www.babajamalkoram.com http://www.ariannaross.com http://voicesintheglen.org/storytellers/margaret-chatham/

  • 39th FSGW Washington Folk Festival Schedule

    Schedule subject to change Schedule as of May 29, 2019 1:57 pm

    Susan Gordon Description:

    The Witch Who Won; The Witch Who Lost—Poet, storyteller, and author Susan Gordan tells two Appalachian folktales.

    4:00-4:30 Bob Rovinsky Performers:

    Bob Rovinsky Description:

    Off the Beaten Track—Bob Rovinsky takes you to new places in stories for adults and older children that might include poetry, dance, mathematics, or unusual plot lines.

    4:30-5:00 Jennifer Hine Performers:

    Jennifer Hine Description:

    Giants from the British Isles—English storyteller Jennifer Hine tells of Fin McCoul, who built the Giant’s Causeway, and of Old Gian

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