The Northeast Ohio Musical Heritage Association
During the pandemic . . .
NEOMHA is working hard through this unprecedented time to find new and creative ways to support our wonderful folk music community here in Northeast Ohio – from identifying resources for musicians to connecting audiences and students, bringing the community together and collaborating on solutions that will sustain us into the future.
We held our first virtual concert in June and our first online NEO Folk Summit in July – and there’s lots more to come. Please browse through our site to see some of the wonderful festivals and events we’ve organized in the past, and to hear updates on the conversation we’re continuing to support with our larger community.
We look forward to bringing you more great programs and more great ideas for how we’ll keep the music playing and keep our community strong.
Meanwhile, we’ve been busy
In June we produced our first LIVE STREAMING VIRTUAL CONCERT featuring some of our area’s terrific artists. If you missed Music from the House on the Hill or you would like to watch it again, see it here:
In July, we held our first ONLINE SUMMIT. We had a series of great conversations with stakeholders from across the folk and traditional music community — musicians and music lovers, teachers and venue owners, festival organizers and non-profit organizations. We gathered great ideas, and dreamed up some new ones. We talked about ways we can work together. And we talked about ways to share the music we love with new audiences and another generation.
We look forward to bringing some of those great ideas to fruition with new program ideas that are already in discussion. Got more great ideas you want to share, while we’re in this process of dreaming and innovating? We want to hear from you! Send us an email.