Our weekly Monday night show featuring local artists, live music, interviews and whatever else we can come up! Totally free and starts at 8 sharp, Newfoundland Time!

This week we are proud to present Maria Cherwick and guests for an online celebration of her new book of fiddle music and illustrations inspired by the music! Very, very cool.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society acknowledges the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage and Arts NL.

Our weekly Monday night show featuring local artists, live music, interviews and whatever else we can come up! Totally free and starts at 8 sharp, Newfoundland Time!

The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society acknowledges the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage and Arts NL.

Our weekly Monday night show featuring local artists, live music, interviews and whatever else we can come up! Totally free and starts at 8 sharp, Newfoundland Time!

This week we present the 9th Annual Tribute to Dr. Peter Narvaez. Every year we gather the friends and bandmates to celebrate the life and music of the renowned scholar and musician whos impact on the scene cannot be understated.

It’s going to be a little smaller this year as we navigate the online format but everyone can at least attend. Please invite any friends and colleagues who may like to hang out online.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society acknowledges the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage and Arts NL.

Shana and Dillon Brown are teen musicians that have been performing from a very young age. Formerly known as Shillon, this solid musical duo have been recognized as outstanding vocal and instrumental musicians. They are evolving towards further improvements in their instrumental abilities and will focus on this in their musical performances moving forward.

They have many accomplishments for their ages of 14 and 16, which includes 2 CDs under the Shillon Music, Youth Ventures Award for Excellence In Arts and Tourism and, Youth Business of Distinction. Recognizing the importance of continued learning in music, there’s sure to be lots of new opportunities in their future.

The STEP Fiddlers are a group of fine young fiddle players, ranging in age from seven to 16, drawn mostly from the students of the Suzuki Talent Education Program (STEP) in St. John’s. They are directed by Christina Smith, who founded the group in 1982 to give young Newfoundlanders an opportunity to learn their own traditional music. The STEP Fiddlers have been featured performers at local concerts, festivals and events, have played for local, national and international audiences and have brought Newfoundland music to Ontario, England, and Northern Ireland. Over the years the group has released two CDs: “Galing for a Storm” and “Fiddling in the Fog.”

Cassie Farrell is 15 year old has been playing the piano since the age of 5, and at the age of 11 she began playing the ukulele and guitar. Vocally, Cassie has been a member of the Atlantic Girls Choir for 5 years and is also a member of Courtney Fowler’s Performance Academy. Cassie has performed at the NL Folk Festival on the TD Neil Murray stage, at the City of St. John’s Talent Showcases and Harborside Concert Series, Kiwanis Music Festival, Cupid’s Soirée, has been a Sing NL finalist, and has performed at various coffee houses. Cassie has been working hard on her goals and is very exited to grow as a solo artist.

We are pleased to take part in this online tour with one of the finest interpreters of traditional song to be found anywhere. Please visit Matthew’s website and we are sure you will agree. See you on the 29th!

Folk Night at the Ship presents songs, stories and tune sessions from the finest Newfoundland artists every Wednesday night! Cover is only $5 and the shows start at 9 pm sharp, guaranteed!

The Ship is at less than half capacity and is doing all the safety protocols right so feel free to pop out for a casual hour or two and enjoy a bit of live music.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society acknowledges the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage and Arts NL.

Fergus has been involved with the traditional music scene for the past 15+ years and performs regularly on accordion and concertina. Fergus is a member of The Freels and hosts a regular session at O’reilly’s Pub every week.

Fergus est un musician professionnnel depuis 15+ ans. Il joue l’accordion et le concertina. Il est l’animateur d’un ensemble de musique chez O’Reilly’s Pub