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Folk Night at the Ship Pub presents A Few Tunes hosted by Maria Cherwick

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s oldest continually running event (started in 1974) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50.

Maria Cherwick is certainly one of the busiest musicians in town! A highly trained classical violinist, she is also an accomplished fiddler who fearlessly (well mostly) tackles jazz, traditional styles and bluegrass with a skill and musicality that has made her one of the most sought after side musicians in St. John’s.

Folk Night starts at 9 p.m. (yes, it really does!) with a one hour set from a featured performer, then a half hour open mic session and closes with a half hour final set from the feature act. Cover charge is $5 and the music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and all styles in between.

Maria Cherwick

09/12/2020 12:00 am
Folk Night at the Ship Pub presents A Few Tunes hosted by Carole Bestvater

Carole Bestvater strives to share her joy of music with those around her. She is equally at home in classical and folk genres, maintaining a full schedule as a performer and educator.

Carole relocated from the prairies to St. John’s to attend Memorial University of Newfoundland, and loved it here so much that she decided to stay.

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s oldest continually running event (started in 1974) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50.

Folk Night starts at 9 p.m. (yes, it really does!) with a one hour set from a featured performer, then a half hour open mic session and closes with a half hour final set from the feature act. Cover charge is $5 and the music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and all styles in between.

A Few Tunes hosted by Carole Bestvater

25/11/2020 9:00 pm
Folk Night at the Ship Pub presents A Few Tunes hosted by Allan Farrell and Bryan Poirier

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s oldest continually running event (started in 1974) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50.

Folk Night starts at 9 p.m. (yes, it really does!) with a one hour set from a featured performer, then a half hour open mic session and closes with a half hour final set from the feature act. Cover charge is $5 and the music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and all styles in between.

A Few Tunes hosted by Allan Farrell and Bryan Poirier

16/12/2020 9:00 pm
Folk Night at the Ship Pub

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s oldest continually running event (started in 1974) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50.

Folk Night starts at 9 p.m. (yes, it really does!) with a one hour set from a featured performer, then a half hour open mic session and closes with a half hour final set from the feature act. Cover charge is $5 and the music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and all styles in between.

23/12/2020 12:00 am
Folk Night at the Ship Pub presents A Few Tunes hosted by Rory Graham

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s oldest continually running event (started in 1974) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50.

Folk Night starts at 9 p.m. (yes, it really does!) with a one hour set from a featured performer, then a half hour open mic session and closes with a half hour final set from the feature act. Cover charge is $5 and the music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and all styles in between.

Rory Graham is one of Canada’s rising multi-instrumentalists. Holding a Bachelor of Music from his hometown university in Brandon, Manitoba, Rory has seen work playing the violin with ensembles across the country like the Regina Symphony Orchestra, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, and Brandon Chamber Players. As a lover of all music, Rory also frequently plays violin/fiddle, guitar, bass, and vocals, in bands of all styles including jazz, rock, country, folk, trad, blues, and more.

A Few Tunes hosted by Rory Graham

02/12/2020 12:00 am
Folk Night at the Ship presents A Few Tunes hosted by Naomi Brown

Naomi Brown is a violinist from St. John’s, Newfoundland. She is currently completing the Bachelor of Music degree program at Memorial University of Newfoundland studying under Dr. Nancy Dahn. She has been performing on violin for 18 years as a soloist and in ensembles of all sizes. She plays second violin in the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra and first violin in the MUN Chamber Orchestra. Naomi teaches private and group violin lessons to children and adults from her studio as well as through the Project Grace after-school music program.

A Few Tunes hosted by Naomi Brown

18/11/2020 9:00 pm
Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society presents Tune Session at Folk Night at The Ship with host Daunt Lee

Just a little tune session in the Ship folks! Come out to your local pub for some locally brewed beverages with a backdrop of live traditional tunes humming away in the corner.
Folk Night at the Ship presents songs, stories and tune sessions from the finest Newfoundland artists every Wednesday night! Cover is only $5 (suggested donation) and the shows start at 9 pm sharp, guaranteed!

Tune Session!

11/11/2020 9:00 pm