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Sauce Piquante
A Cajun- Creole Band playing dance music of Southwest Louisiana. Their music is both sweet and wild and meant to move your heart as well as your feet.

Slainte of San Francisco Bay
plays Celtic and other forms of acoustic traditional music.
San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers
The San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers formed in 1986 to play traditional Scottish fiddle music. Members meet the third Sunday of each month in homes around the San Francisco Bay area, drawn together by our strong sense of community and delight in sharing the music we love.
Harmon's Peak
Traditional Old Time Music quartet plays with a bright uplifting style. Hear come hear their music and their songs.
Founded in 1996, Solstice is a female vocal ensemble specializing in music written by women or for women's voices. Our music spans many different genres with an emphasis on world, classical, pop, and jazz. We are also committed to performing new works for women's voices and regularly compose, commission, and arrange new songs.
The Brunos
Lively folk dance instrumentals. Tunes from England, France, North America and Afghanistan, played on fiddles, flutes, mandolins, accordion, clarinet and others.
In Harmony's Way
This large ensemble was Steve Baughman's creation. You will be surprised at who you know in this group. To name a few of members of this group, Shay Black and Sylvia Herold, Lani Herrmann. Check out their site and then come enjoy their concert. Celtic, and American songs with large choruses for the audience to join in on. At the site check out the Pete Seeger quote.
Dunsmuir Scottish Country Dancers
The Dunsmuir Scottish Country Dancers are one of the demonstration dance teams of the San Francisco chapter of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. They are delightful to watch and dance with, communicating the combination of elegance and power unique to Scottish Country Dance.

Four Shillings Short
"A California duo you must see to believe.  The arrangements of this husband-wife team are utterly delightful, filled with traditional instruments of both Celtic and Eastern Indian cultures and the familiar sound of American folk.  Four Shillings Short is a band riddled with child's play, yet rich in the wisdom of old-timers who know better than to take themselves too seriously.  Their musical virtuosity makes old songs sound new and new songs sound like time-worn Celtic spells." - City Pages, Wausau WI, Aug 2001

Leftover Dreams
Patrice Haan and Tony Marcus. Vocal harmonies and wizardly guitar approaches to Great American Songbook Standards. "Your voices are like velvet on velvet. like you were born to sing together. it's like one big slow dance where emotions are oozing."
Golden Gate Clogging Company
This coed Company was recently formed under the guidance of The Barbary Coast Cloggers' Artistic Director Matt Ellinger. The group is composed of talented women and men with a strong desire to share this unique, lively and exciting dance form. The performances will reflect the many styles of various clogging choreographers throughout the bay area.
McBride Irish Step Dancers
Celebrating Over Thirty Years of Teaching and Three Generations of Dancers. Promoting Irish Culture through Dance.
Steve Seskin
Steve Seskin is one of America's most versatile and successful songwriters. He has written songs that have been performed by artists ranging from Peter Frampton to country star John Michael Montgomery. He also is a popular performer at acoustic venues and festivals throughout the US and Canada.
The Polka Cowboys
"As Art Peterson croons the Ernest Tubb classic 'Waltz Across Texas,' the soft-focus spin continues, recalling the era of Western ballroom dances" – Brian Kluepfel, East Bay Express
Aswan Dancers
A San Francisco based troupe dedicated to entertaining and educating the public on Middle Eastern culture through music and dance. They will be performing various styles of Egyptian dance from folkloric to modern , include what is known as "belly dance".
World Harmony Chorus
A community chorus that rehearses in Berkeley and Mountain View, the chorus is open to singers of all ages and abilities, with no prior singing experience required.
Sylvia Herold & Euphonia
A café-style acoustic combo, features accordion, mandolin, guitar, and voices, and its repertoire takes listeners on a journey from the sophisticated sidewalks of Paris across the adventurous high seas to the hay-strewn dance floors of rural America.

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