"In Harmony" ​
Heritage Music Festival

16 hours of food & drink & music performed in an
1805 barn and an 1825 Mennonite Meeting House
Just 30 miles, and 200 years, from the big city
"In Harmony" Heritage Music Festival
Vision of long-term Board President, John Ruch
The festival was made possible through a generous anonymous grant in honor of John Ruch, who served as president of Historic Harmony from 1984 to 1990 and again for more than 20 years beginning in 1995 when he worked tirelessly to preserve the culture and heritage of the Harmonists, a German separatists group that founded Harmony in 1804.

This festival is to realize John’s vision to promote the extensive  musical heritage of the Harmonists, using the beautiful historic venues he helped to preserved in and around Harmony’s National Landmark District.  
  

Exciting Line-Up of 15 Performances
at 2 Historic Venues
in small town of
Harmony, PA

1805 Harmonist Barn
   @303 Mercer Rd

1825 Mennonite Meetinghouse
   nearby @114 Wise Road

Free Parking with shuttle

Nature Trail along creek connects 2 venues

Bring your cooler, blanket or lawn chair

Come hear...

  
Guitars, fiddles, and vocals will be ringing from the rafters in one of the oldest barns west of the Allegheny Mountains on July 28 and 29 as more than a dozen groups perform at the In Harmony Heritage Music Festival. This first annual festival is sponsored by the Harmony Museum and will bring old-time heritage music to historic buildings in and around Harmony, Pa.  

Enjoy…food vendors, beverages, plus a beer garden featuring local brewers North Country Brewing (Harmony) and ShuBrew (Zelienople).
  
  1. Historic Harmonists' Music
    Historic Harmonists' Music
    PHMS Orchestra, The Wayward Companions, "Gertrude Rapp" and the Silk House Singers, Mirror Trio
  2. "Roots", Folk & Prog Rock
    "Roots", Folk & Prog Rock
    Bands including Allegheny Drifters, Cello Fury, The Hills and Rivers, The Snappin' Bug String Band, Well Strung, Midnight Rooster, South Wind
  3. Classical, Sing-a-long, Fun!
    Classical, Sing-a-long, Fun!
    Fun & Participatory Performers include Pittsburgh Banjo Club and Old Song Rescue Society while Sarah Sternaka Devin Sherman perform classical works
Two Beautiful & Historic Venues
1805 Historic Barn
1825 Mennonite Meetinghouse

Listen to the musicians....​​

  Pittsburgh Historical Music Society Orchestra
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Allegheny Drifters

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Cello Fury

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Wayward Companions

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The Hills & the Rivers

  Pittsburgh Banjo Club

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Listen

Snappin' Bug String Band

Well Strung

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Listen

  
Midnight Rooster Band
  

South Wind

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Listen

Sarah Sternaka & Devin Sherman 

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Sponsored by Historic Harmony, Inc.
http://www.harmonymuseum.org/

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