Photos and article submitted by Nellie Taylor, Sooke Folk Music Society President
Sooke Folk Music Society has been Zooming along with monthly virtual Open Stage Coffee Houses and Summertime pop up jam sessions in local parks. Now we are ready to launch the fall season on Saturday, September 19th featuring Katrina Kadoski.
Kat is no stranger to Sooke and the audience is sure to be impressed as she will be featuring songs from her new EP “After the Shipwreck.”
The Sooke Folk live music Zoom events run from 7-9 pm on the 3rd Saturday monthly and are funded by e-transfer donations to email@example.com. Look for more details on the web at sookefolkmusicsociety.com or on Facebook at 2020 Sooke Folk Music.
The Sooke Folk Music Society is a proud sponsor of Harmony Project Sooke supporting accessible quality music education for all children.
The Sooke Folk Monthly Coffee House features an hour of an open stage where we encourage participation from performers of all ages! The second hour is reserved for a paid feature performer who has previously graced the open stage.
We are so proud of the quality music we have been able to bring to Sooke since 1992.