PineCone is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to preserving, presenting, and promoting traditional music, dance, and other folk performing arts.
PineCone was formed in 1984 and is considered the largest and most active traditional music organization in the state, with a reputation for presenting the very best in all the varied forms that make up traditional music. Each year PineCone presents 125-150 events, with approximately 100 that are free to the public. PineCone programs include: five different concert series presenting the finest national, international, and regional traditional musicians; monthly participatory music sessions in bluegrass, Irish, and shape-note music; the PineCone Bluegrass Show, a weekly radio program on 94.7 WQDR (every Sunday 6-9 p.m.); a monthly newsletter for PineCone members; a staffed office to coordinate PineCone events and to serve as a community resource.
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