Folk musicians Cindy Kallet and Grey Larsen will perform in a Rockland Folk Arts concert at the Sail, Power and Steam Museum, 75 Mechanic Street in Rockland, on Friday, September 13. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7:00 Admission to the concert is $15 at the door, cash or checks only.

The pair plays original songs, settings of traditional Irish music, Scandinavian fiddle duets, old-time fiddle and guitar tunes, and more. Known for their decades of individual music-making, Kallet and Larsen have spent more than a decade as partners in music and life.

Plenty of free parking is available at the museum. For more information, call 593-8068 or visit Rockland Folk Arts on Facebook.

Kallet is a singer, guitarist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist; Larsen sings, plays Irish flute and tin whistle, as well as concertina, fiddle, piano and harmonium. As composers, both are known for their contributions to contemporary folk music. Both have recorded extensively as soloists; the couple also has two CDs as a duo.

Rockland Folk Arts is an all-volunteer collaborative dedicated to presenting live folk music in midcoast Maine. The Sail, Power, and Steam Museum is a tax-exempt educational organization founded and maintained by Capt. Jim Sharp and his wife, Meg. This concert is part of a series being sponsored at the museum by the two organizations.