use until February 5, 2022
Nineteenth Annual Mid-Winter Singing Festival
Friday, February 4 &
Saturday, February 5, 2022
Hannah Community Center,
The Ten Pound
Fiddle Coffeehouse and the City
of East Lansing are proud to co-produce
the Nineteenth Mid-Winter Singing Festival to take place
on Friday, February 4 and Saturday, February 5, 2022 at East
Lansing's University United Methodist Church (UUMC), 1120 S. Harrison.
On Friday night, singer, song leader and Baltimore native Lea Gilmore will join Singing Festival favorites Mark Dvorak and Joel Mabus for one night of high energy community singing.
Saturday afternoon from 11 am - 2 pm, the festival will offer workshops related to community singing led by our Friday night songleaders. Song sheets for each singing workshop
will be given out by the presenter. No need to pre-register! Just
come to the Community Center, purchase a $20 workshop wristband,
pick workshops that interest you, pop into the rooms, and enjoy! (18 and under and all students are free to all workshops.) View workshop schedule here.
From 2:15 – 3 pm on Saturday there will be an Afternoon Community Sing also led by
Lea Gilmore, Mark Dvorak and Joel Mabus.
On Saturday morning at 11 am, there will be
a FREE Children's Concert, presented by Mark Dvorak, and sponsored by the City of East Lansing. Kids of all ages are encouraged come to the University United Methodist Church and sing folk songs.
View complete schedule here.
All events will be held at the University United Methodist Church in East Lansing, Michigan.
Bob Blackman, former host of "The
Folk Tradition" on WKAR FM 90.5 and frequent host of Ten Pound
Fiddle concerts, will be master of ceremonies on Friday night.
Inspired by Pete and Toshi Seeger's highly popular Circle of Song
tent at the Hudson River Clearwater Festival, the Community Sing at the festival
is designed for folk music lovers to be able to sing great songs
with each other. Lyrics for the songs sung at the Community
Sing will be passed out.
The Ten Pound Fiddle
Concert Series is the producer of the Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival. For further details, including
workshop schedules, ticket information, and maps, visit www.singingfestival.com or call