Summer 2021 Concert Series

Outdoor Concerts located in Rockingham & Old Killaloe

*Small outdoor concerts following COVID-19 guidelines. Advance tickets only and limited seating available

July 24
Aug 7 - Rockingham
Aug 8 - Old Killaloe
Sept 11 - Rockingham
Sept 12 - Old Killaloe
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Folk Music School private students receive 20% off concerts and group classes.

Ticket Prices for all Concerts:
Adults $25 ($20 RFMS Student)

18 and under $12 ($9.60 RFMS Student)

Under 5 Free

100% of ticket price (after online payment processing fees and promo printing costs) goes to the performers.

Thanks for supporting live music! 


Capicity limited because of COVID 19 Restrictions. All tickets must be purchased in advance.

Tickets available Online (below) contact us to buy your tickets in person



Teilhard Frost 

Saturday July 24, 7pm - sold out!

A multi-instrumentalist and instrument maker, Teilhard Frost specializes in traditional Appalachian old time music. He was raised on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, spending time with the elder fiddlers in the area. At the age of three he was given a jaw harp and harmonica by his father, and his mother gave him a fiddle and a record of Kentucky fiddle tunes. He has continued to play them all ever since. 

He has spent the last twelve years touring with critically acclaimed band Sheesham, Lotus and ‘Son,
and is currently touring his new solo album, As the Crow Flies. Living on Wolfe Island, he makes banjos, supper, and his bed.


Moskitto Bar Duo
(Tangi Ropars & Ahmed Moneka)

Saturday August 7, Rockingham, 7pm - Sold Out!

Sunday August 8, Old Killaloe, 4pm
Sold Out!

“It is not only about the music. In a deeper way it is about the connection between cultures…” 
Tangi Ropars, leader of Moskitto Bar. 


Moskitto Bar is a fresh and unique sound created in the multi-cultural hub of Toronto, Canada. Their sound combines a beautiful and original mix of Ukrainian, Balkan, Iraqi Middle-Eastern and French Celtic music. 



Saturday September 11, Rockingham, 4:30pm 


Sunday September 12, Old Killaloe, 4pm 

Vinta is Nathan Smith, Emilyn Stam, John David Williams, and Robert Alan Mackie, four performers and close friends at the cutting edge of European traditional music in Canada. Nearly a decade of these four musicians hanging out at fiddle jams around Toronto has culminated in this quartet, bringing new intensity to old tunes, and growing new tunes from old sources. A band of multi-instrumentalists and genuine scholars, Vinta is making music that is powerful, profound, and fiercely danceable.