NEFFA Monthly Online

Tune in and enjoy as NEFFA comes to you, with live online events every month! After the concert, all are welcome to stay online to hang out, socialize, and connect with our beloved NEFFA community. These monthly concerts will be recorded and will be also be made available on the website.

Online Monthly Basics

Mark your calendars for our next events : TBA

We hope that YOU will join us, and invite friends and family! All are welcome to socialize in festive post-concert breakout rooms, which will include an Open Mic (that's you!)

Online Festival Basics- April 23-25, 2021
Mark Your Calendar For The Festival Weekend April 23-25!

Online Festival Basics- April 23-25, 2021

Past Online Events

Mar 21, 2021 - Alex Cumming, The King’s Busketeers

Concert Program

7 PM - Alex Cumming

Alex Cumming is a traditional Singer, Accordionist, Pianist and dance caller hailing from Somerset, England, now living in Greater Boston, MA, USA. He performs songs and tunes from around the United Kingdom and America with a great depth of knowledge of the tradition. Alex has made his mark on the folk scene with his rhythmic dance-able accordion style, strong voice and his fun and engaging stage presence.

7:45 PM Liza Constable

Singer and guitarist Liza Constable presents a sweet collection of American jazz -“America’s classical music”- songs from the 20s to the surprisingly recent. A master of understatedly intense vocal styling, Liza's smooth, elegant voice gets beneath the lyric to the deeper meaning in the words.

8:30 PM The King’s Busketeers

The King’s Busketeers are a high-octane party folk group from Massachusetts (and a little bit Rhode Island) that makes traditional songs from the British Isles and North America shake the rafters, with some bardic acapella hollering and floor-stomping originals added in for flavor.

9:15 PM - YOU!! Open Mic - bring a song, story, or tune to share!!


February 28th, 2021 At 7 PM EST

  • Peregrine Road (Karen Axelrod & Rachel Bell)
  • Homegrown String Band (Georgianne, Rick & Annabel Jackofsky)
  • Andy Taylor-Blenis

Concert Program:

7 PM
Peregrine Road -- Karen Axelrod and Rachel Bell (on piano and accordion) perform energetic Celtic reels, heartbreakingly beautiful waltzes, mesmerizing French village dance tunes, lively originals, elegant English country dance tunes, tasty blues riffs, and more.
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8 PM
Homegrown String Band -- This “family that plays together” has been performing around the country, from the National Theater in Washington, DC, to Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri, since 1997. Inspired by the rural string bands of the early 20th century, this 21st century incarnation of the traditional family band utilizes unique instrumentation including guitar, banjo, dulcimer, mandolin, ukulele, harmonica, and jaw harp to put their own stamp on a repertoire drawn from the classics of rural American music.
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9 PM
YOU!! We will have a few different breakout rooms for social time together!
(To optimize your breakout room experience, please update to the latest version of Zoom: https://zoom.us/ )

-Andy Taylor Blenis, joyful dancer and master teacher will lead a Polynesian & Japanese dance performance and workshop!
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-Q&A with Peregrine Road!

-Q&A with Homegrown Stringband!