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Durham Coho House Concerts hosts great events with the best in Americana and modern folk music. Our venue offers a spacious entertainment area with excellent acoustics, and our community welcomes fellow music lovers. We have a tradition of sharing food and drink, and good conversation. Join us!

Park for free in the Center for Senior Life parking lot across the street. Child care may be available. Let us know if this would be of interest. To RSVP or get more information about a concert, email

Recent House Concert


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$20 suggested donation (all to the performer).
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Guitarist Pat Wictor returns to the Durham Coho stage

Durham Cohousing is so happy Pat Wictor will be back with us –  remembering Pat’s wonderful sold out concert in May 2019. Pat took a convoluted path to folk music, winding his way through rock, heavy metal, jazz, and free improvisation. He first burst on the folk and acoustic scene as an innovative slide guitarist known for fresh and memorable interpretations of traditional and contemporary songs. Since then he has made his mark as a singer-songwriter penning lean and poetic songs that honor and extend rural blues and gospel traditions. Pat’s newest recording, about political division in America titled FLARE, was called “brilliant” by critics, and reached #1 on the Folk-DJ charts in 2022. Learn more at

"He manages to infuse an almost playful  improvisation while maintaining a beautiful sense of melody........While he can fingerpick like the best of them, he is an absolute madman on the lapsteel. Unquestionably, anyone who has ever heard a Wictor show will permanently place him in the company of the best in the genre…..”  Frank Matheis,

"If you can make it to only one concert this year, let it be a show by Pat Wictor, who plays heart-felt blues-based roots music like the only begotten son of Bonnie Raitt (same red hair!) and Chris Smither."           -Jim Motavalli, WPKN

Previous House Concerts

Our musicians have loved performing at Durham Cohousing:

...thank you to every audience member for showing us such love, support, and authentic listening. Last night was one of the best experiences we’ve ever had on stage, and we’re grateful we got to share our music with you!

Love and thanks,

Lizzie and Omar (Violet Bell)

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