A memorial concert will be held Feb. 4 in Berkeley for Chris Caswell, who died Jan. 21.

Condolences and tributes have been streaming from the friends and fans of Celtic harpist and master harp maker Chris Caswell since his death Monday, Jan. 21.

Caswell, 60, a popular presence in the Russian River area for 15 years, starting in the late ’70s, died of cancer at his Oakland home.

Read Caswell’s obituary here

The Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, at 2020 Addison St. in Berkeley, will be the site for “A Night for Chris,” a celebration of Caswell’s life, at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4.

Performers will include Danny Carnahan, Caswell’s partner in the Caswell Carnahan duo from 1978 to 1983.

Other musicians scheduled to perform include Golden Bough, Oak Ash & Thorn, Panacea, Kevin Carr and Steve Baughman, Philip Gelb, Celia Ramsay, Patrice Haan, Marla Fibish, Susan Spurlock and Peter Heelan .

Needless to say, much of the music will have a Celtic lilt to it.

Tickets: $24.50 advance; $26.50 at door. The show is a benefit to help cover the Caswell family’s medical costs.

Information:  (510) 664-2020, thefreight.org.