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SATURDAY   2001 San Francisco Free Folk Festival    SATURDAY
TIME
MAIN STAGE Auditorium or Cafeteria Music 1
Room 308
Music 2
Room 306
Music 3
Room 302
Music 4
Room 309
CHOIR ROOM (to right of Auditorium) Dance 1
1st Floor Gym
Dance 2
3rd Floor Gym
Dance 3
Room 315
Family
Here & There
TIME
12:00 Café Cabaret
Open Mic
(Sign Up in the Cafeteria!)
Piano
Accordion
Art Peterson
The Child Ballads
Tragic & Comic
Sadie Damascus
Amazigh Music Of North Africa
Moh Alileche
Mondol player
Songs
of the Sea
(Non-Shanty)
Dick Holdstock
Family Concert
Family for Families Concert
Miller-Velasquez & hester-Spies Families. And you! (if you like.)
Armenian Dance
Asha Goldberg
Children's Morris
For all ages
Jules Stenzel
music: Hal Macbeth
- - - Family Concert
see Choir Room description
(& arts & crafts)
12:00
1:00 Café Cabaret
Open Mic
Exceptional Guest Performers
Rounds
Lani Herrman
French
Music
Étrangers du Limousin avec Ens. Terrible
Old-Timey String Band Songs
Paul & Laura Barnett
Quiet Instrument Jam
Kathryn Lamar
Harp Showcase Concert
1:00 Gabriel Carillo, with Mitch Gordon
1:20 Verlene Schermer
1:40 Patrice Haan
Turning Waltz
All levels: From the basics to effortless gliding
Phillip Garrison
Zweifachers
German turning dance w/ interesting mixed rhythm
Bob Fraley
Children's Introduction to
Irish Dancing
Suzanne
Eraldi
Family Dance
see Room 315 description!
(arts & crafts continue)
1:00
2:00 Café Cabaret
Open Mic
This could be you.
Singing Games
Ages 4 and up
Anita Farley
Beginning Button Accordion
Accordions provided!
Paul Kostka
Merle Travis
Style
Guitar
Clem Small
Songs About
People
Carol Holdstock
Music Workshop
Fighting Back: Songs of Resistance & Revolt
Marcus Duskin & Susan Appe
Cajun /
Zydeco
Get ready for the dance tonight!
Dana DeSimone
French
Country Dancing
Gary Breitbard and Jena Rauti
live music: Confiture
American
Tribal
Belly Dance
Fat Chance BellyDance
Family Singing
see Room 308 description
(& arts & crafts by the gym!)
2:00
3:00 Café Cabaret
3:00 Charlie Blacklock & Friends - Charlie's soaring saw will delight and amaze.
3:20 Lost Prophets - Nathan and Rose Craver
3:40 Hawthorne & Foss - Old Time music duets. Songs, waltzes, and breakdowns.
Balkan
Songs
Haunting melodies and exotic rhythms
Madge Strong
Vocal Harmony
led by
The Misty River
Band
String Bass
Matt Small
Fingerpicking Blues Guitar
Alan Smithline
Folk Club Concert
Castle Folk Club Residents' Reunion
Faith Petric, Riggy Rackin,Peter Kessler, Gail Fratar, and Holdstock & MacLeod
1920's
Blues
Allen Terry & Frances Grimble
Hambo
Fun, simple Scand. turning dance (often seen at Bay Area contradances)
Bob Fraley
Sewing Workshop
No-Sew Ballgowns
Frannie Germeshausen & Victoria Meyn
Arts & Crafts all Day!
in the hall by the 1st floor gym
Doña Foreman
3:00
4:00 Auditorium Stage Music Workshop
4:00 Irish Tune Session - with Shay Black
Café Cabaret
4:00 The Pleasantones - Kids' group from Pleasanton!
4:20 Debra Knox
4:40 Carol Denney - Politics and song served friendly.
Balkan & Rom (Gypsy) Music
Charts provided, all instruments
Nada Lewis
Autoharp
All Levels
Tips, tricks,
techniques
Carey Dubbert
The
Musical Saw
Instruments
provided
Charlie Blacklock
Folk Songs
of U.S. Women's History
Estelle Freedman
Family Concert
Lisa Atkinson
Lisa has taught thousands of kids
the craft of songwriting through
school workshops.
Victorian Polka Variations
Allen Terry & Frances Grimble
Italian Tarantella
Maybe Ital mazurka, polka, or waltz, too. No partner needed
Antonia Bava
A Taste of Indian Dance
Catherine & KP Kunhiraman
of Kalanjali:
Dances of India
Family Concert
see Choir Rm description!
(arts & crafts continue)
4:00
5:00 Café Cabaret
5:00 The Meandering Wastrels - Larry Poole, Ernie Noyes, Crista Engelbart. Hazardously authentic subversion.
5:20 The New Stringaderos - Matt, Pam, and Clem Small
5:40 The Holdstocks - Sea songs from way out West
World Harmony Vocals
Try the choir!
Freyda Epstein
TraditionalBallads
All song, no talk!
Sharyn
Dimmick
Penny Whistle
Technique for
all levels
Paul Kostka
Songwriting
Lisa Aschmann
Music Workshop
Trains, Tramps, and Traditions
Songs, stories, and poems
Kuddie
Lindy Hop
Energetic 30'sswing style -
for beginners
Susie Kendig
Salsa and East Coast Swing
Julie Lowe
(and see www.metro nomeballroom.com)
Polish Folk Dance
Mary Kay Stuvland
Arts and Crafts Winding Up!
Doña Foreman
5:00
6:00
andon-
wards
Evening Concerts: Auditorium
6:00 Michael McNevin - Poignant musical tales of the people and town he has come across.
6:30 Shahrzad Persian Dance Academy - Young students & adults. Gorgeous dancing and gorgeous costumes!
7:00 Lowiczanie Polish Dance Ensemble - With Roman, from Moldava, on cymbalom.
7:30 The Misty River Band - Four women from the Pacific Northwest who blend their voices in beautiful harmony.
8:00 The Black Brothers - Shay and Michael. Irish tunes and ballads. Come clap your hands and sing along.
8:30 The Waybacks - Guitar, mandolin, fiddle, bass, and brushy drums, with harmony vocals. Eclectic.
9:00 Brocelïande - Celtic, medieval, and Renaissance music, interweaving vocals and lyrical music
9:30 Lisa Aschmann - Many of Lisa's songs have been recorded in the mainstream. Pure, simple, and sincere.
10:00 Briarwood - Acoustic bluegrass, and beyond
The 25th annual
San Francisco
Free Folk Festival
June 16th & 17th, 2001
Roosevelt Middle School
460 Arguello St. at Geary, San Francisco
www.sffolkfest.org
(510) 287-9095
Everyone welcome at all events!
Schedule as of 6/13/01 2:42AM
Evening Dances: 1st floor Gym
6:30 Swing and Dixieland Big Band Dance! The Gateswingers Band playing favorite 20th century dance melodies, from Dixieland to the Duke! Joe Liebling; Dana Kemp; Adam Heilbrun; Ron Klein; Eliot Kenin; Barrie Luttge; John Kasley; Carol Ginsberg;; Ramona Gonzalez. Until 8:00.
8:00 International Dance! Vecernica International Folk Dance Band - music from Russia, Scandinavia, Germany, the Balkans, Greece, Israel, and the US. Meryl Lee Corcoran; Gary Breitbard; Ned Gault; Jena Rauti; Pete Showman; Sue Ellen Porter; Dave Bogdanoff. Until 10:00.
Evening Dance: 3rd floor Gym
7:00 Cajun Dance! Sauce Piquante plays traditional dance music from the French-speaking communities of Southwest Louisiana. Rocking two-steps, mournful waltzes, and French lyrics. Blair Kilpatrick on, button accordion; Steve Tabak, fiddle; Kathy Price, bass, Dwight Shackelford, triangle and rubboard, and Robert Richard, guitar. Until 9:30.
6:00
and
on-
wards


 
SUNDAY   2001 San Francisco Free Folk Festival    SUNDAY
TIME
MAIN STAGE
Auditorium or Cafeteria
Music 1
Room 308
Music 2
Room 306
Music 3
Room 302
Music 4
Room 309
CHOIR ROOM
(to right of Auditorium)
Dance 1
1st Floor Gym
Dance 2
3rd Floor Gym
Dance 3
Room 315
Family
Here & There
TIME
12:00 Café Cabaret
Open Mic
(Sign Up in the Cafeteria!)
Gospel
Songs
Marian Gade & Jerry Michaels
Celebration of Traditional Songs
Arlene Immerman
Introduction to Stage Performance
Charlie Brown & Chuck Poling
Dylan Songs
Jim Hudson & Rose Naegele-Hudson
Family Concert
12:00 Gayle Schmitt - Award winner. Great w/kids.
12:30 Faith Petric - Moving and wonderful songs.
Brassworks!
Vintage Dancing to a live brass band
Cathleen Myers
of P.E.E.R.S.
Scottish
Country
Dancing
Bruce Herbold
Hambone
Learn to play your body as a rhythm instrument!
Erik Hoffman
Family x 2
see Choir
Room description
AND see Room 315!
12:00
1:00 Café Cabaret
Open Mic
Truly Unique Guest Performers
Klezmer
Fiddle
Daniel Hoffman
Yiddish
Songs
Jill Tallmer
Songwriting
Seat of the pants theory, and applied whimsy.
"CJ" McDuffee
Everything is a Song!
Music/ movement ages 2 to 7Gayle Schmitt
Folk Club Concert
1:00 Kirsty Fitch - Trad. Scottish and Gaelic songs
1:30 Anita Farley
International Folk Dancing
Changs
Longsword: English Ritual
Emperor Norton's Imperial Fire Brigade #2
Sacred Circle Dance
John & Marina Bear
Family Song
see Room 309 description!
(Arts & Crafts by the 1st flr gym!)
1:00
2:00 Café Cabaret
New Performers Showcase - Opportunity for first-time performance for beginners. (To be sure of a place, please come to the Stage Performance workshop at noon.)
Shape-Note Singing
Paul Ralston
Irish Fiddle Style
Interm/Advanced
Chris Knepper
Concertina
Riggy Rackin
Beginning Fiddle
Erik Hoffman
Family Music Workshop
Songwriting For Kids
Hali Hammer
Cotswold Morris
Berkeley Morris
Flamenco
Dance
Carole Zertuche
Couple Dance Skills
Be a better leader
or follower.
Phillip Garrison
Family Song Workshop
see Choir Rm description!
2:00
3:00 Auditorium
3:00 Lisa Redfern & Mary Kelly Soulful mix of original & folk
3:30 World Harmony Chorus - Exciting,and rich; 50 people!
Café Cabaret
3:00 The Quake City Jug Band - More Musical Mayhem
3:20 Claudia Russell - Eclectic folk, blues, rock, & country
3:40 Karen Imperial & Doug Jones - Contemporary folk
Lead
Guitarfor Beginners
Mac Macurty
Cowboy
Songs
Greg McCarty, Don Burnham, and Chuck Wheeler
Writing Original Fiddle Tunes
Chris Knepper
Mountain
Dulcimer
Peter Tommerup
Family Concert
Family for Families
Concert
The Immerman-Brown Family. And you! (if you like.)
Hungarian Dancing
Of Northeast Hungary. No partner needed.
Imre Mandoki
English
Ceilidh
Jonathan
Coxhead
Cape Breton
Social & Step
Dancing
Jerry Duke
Family Concert
see Choir Rm description!
(arts & crafts continue)
3:00
4:00 Auditorium
4:00 The Loose Canons - Women's world song ensemble
4:30 Tierra Vieja - Steinberg & Johnson - Gorgeous instrumentals.
Café Cabaret
4:00 Gordon Rowland & Co - Two guitars and a flute!
4:20 Marisa Malvina
4:40 Mark Bradlyn - Lyrical story songs rooted in urban folk.
Song-o-Matic
Write an entire song in 1 hour!
Gunnar Madsen
Harmonica
The sound & fury
(Bring a D harp)
Myron Grossman
w/ Tom Murray & Dennis Campagna
Banjo
David Brown
Improv
Jazz, Swing & Blues
All instruments
Chris Grampp
and
Jim Broadstreet
Music Workshop
Sea Shanties
hosted by Richard
Adrianowicz and Peter Kasin
Old Israeli Folk Dancing
Asha Goldberg
Contradance Technique
Ed Severinghaus
music: Rarin' to Go
Middle Eastern Dance
Old world,Beledy-style
Siwa
More Arts and Crafts
in the hall by the 1st floor gym
Barbara Giberti
4:00
5:00 Café Cabaret
5:00 The Bar X Bunkhouse Boys - Horse riding western and cowboy music.
5:20 Beth Kotkin - Contemporary songwriter w/ a rich voice5:40 Sons of San Quentin - Uh-oh. The boys break out again!
Drum Circle
Basics
Drums available!
Betsy Morris
Russian
Songs
Jonnie Pekelny
"Folkestra" Practice
Play for the 7:30 dance tonight!Erik Hoffman
Music Workshop
Pub Songs
hosted by Riggy Rackin
Tex-Mex
Jerry Duke
Irish Ceili
Reel Rabble
Fast & Fun
Squares
Jim Saxe
Arts and Crafts Winding Up!
Barbara Giberti
5:00
6:00
and
on-
wards
Evening Concerts: Auditorium
6:00 Kuddie - Trains, tramps, and traditions. Songs, stories, and poems.
6:30 Jeanie & Chuck's Classic Country Roundup - Love... faded, unrequited, and illicit7:00 The Shut Ins - Upbeat songs of pain, longing, and happiness. With a little Hawaiian.
7:30 Sylvia Herrold, Patrice Haan, and Connie Doolan - Three great singers perform folk & jazz standards.
8:00 Gunnar Madsen - The burnished experience of a lifetime told through the clear voice of a child's wonderment. Gunnar plays guitar and piano, and is a founding member of The Bobs.
8:30 Alexandra Drattell - A singing sixth-grader from Pleasanton.
8:37 Avalon Rising - Celtic, medieval, and original rock, over a vibrant Middle-Eastern and Celtic rhythmic background
9:00 Hali Hammer and Friends - Original folk-rock, ranging from sweet to quirky. The friends are Randy Berge, Paul Hertzoff, and Vince Charming.
9:30 Oak, Ash, and Thorn - A capella men's trio. 26 years of unbridled traditional song. They do it well.
10:00 Faith Petric - "Faith doesn't make up songs, she harvest them...outrageous and wonderful songs."

The 25th annual
San Francisco Free Folk Festival
June 16th & 17th, 2001
Roosevelt Middle School
460 Arguello St. at Geary, San Francisco
www.sffolkfest.org
(510) 287-9095
Every event is free!
Everyone welcome at all events!
Schedule as of 6/13/01 2:43AM
Evening Dance: 3rd floor Gym
7:30 Contradance! Charlie Fenton, Mavis McGaugh, Lynn Ackerson, and Tom Van Deusen calling through the evening, with music by the Festival Folkestra. Look for the Folkestra dance band workshop at 5:00 and then come be part of the band! Until 10:00. Dances will be taught.
6:00
and on-
wards