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Our Spring Concert has wrapped up and our Summer Concert will be announced soon. Now it is time to...

Walk for Music

Keep music and the arts alive for your family and community!

Join us on the Walk on April 30th
If you can't join us, please consider supporting the Family Folk Chorale by clicking on the DONATE button below.

Funds raised will help us to expand our outreach and make intergenerational music-making a stronger thread in the fabric of our communities.

Walk for Music LogoJust imagine! It's a beautiful spring day. You meet your friends for a short, 2-mile walk in one of Boston's most beautiful parks, Piers Park on the East Boston waterfront -- what a view of Boston! You are surrounded by musicians and dancers, artists and actors, children and seniors. There is music in the air and happiness in your heart because you know that you are making a difference...

Another Way to Support FFC:

Coffee Label ImageOrder Family Folk Chorale coffee or hot cocoa from local business Dean's Beans,
using this google form:
FFC Dean's Beans Fundraiser

More info here


"The Family Folk Chorale is what folk music is all about –or what it should be all about – people coming together as a community, crossing generations, and singing because it’s what they love to do."

- Matt Smith, Manager,
legendary Club Passim, Harvard Square




Combine twenty-five families singing in harmony, with a backdrop of some of the area’s most talented musicians, and some of the best-loved folk music around, and you have the one-of-a-kind Family Folk Chorale, the intergenerational chorus. The spirited energy of children, the honesty of teenagers coming of age, and the experience of adulthood and elders all come shining through as chorale members aged 3-75 raise their voices in harmony and invite audiences to sing along.

"I've always said that people singing together creates an atmosphere of happiness - and the Family Folk Chorale proves it! It's a joy to be in the same room with them."

- Ellen Kushner, host of PRI's Sound and Spirit

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The intergenerational Family Folk Chorale welcomes members of every age, race, family status, religious belief, and sexual orientation.
Website photos by Jon Fischer Photography, Beth Soltzberg, Jira Majdloch, Alan MacEwan, and Chris Chin.

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