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Get up close & personal with absolutely wonderful musicians who come to perform from both near and far. You & your friends will enjoy a great evening, most often including a down-to-earth dinner buffet in advance of a terrific concert, held in acoustically-rich, intimate surroundings. 


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Upcoming concerts include:

A Musical Bruch with James Gray is cancelled

A Musical Brunch with James Gray is cancelled!

James Gray

JAMES GRAY is a Muskoka singer/songwriter. For the past few years he’s been touring Canada, Europe & Australia. He was the musical guest at the TED talks in British Columbia and his songs have received airplay on CBC Radio. This year James was invited to perform at both the 2019 Mariposa Folk Festival and the Troubadour Festival.

“James Gray is a dynamic singer/songwriter with a spirited, compelling sound that speaks to us all. With a stage presence that commands your attention his music is expressive and soulful. He garners followers wherever he performs. James is a musical talent not to be missed!” ~
Pam Carter, Mariposa Folk Foundation President/Festival Chairperson

Po Cholly, Beverlie Robertson, Julian Fauth & Ken Yoshiokais is cancelled

A Musical Brunch featuring Po Cholly, Beverlie Robertson, Julian Fauth & Ken Yoshioka

The concert has been cancelled!

The annual Spring concert of Blues, Barrelhouse, Folk & Country will include songs from the new CD Late One Evening. The CD also features Mike Phillips singing some of his own wry compositions & accompaniments on multiple instruments.

Po Cholly - For 45 years, Charlie has been an itinerant bluesman, traveling the globe, hosting concerts and conducting workshops. He is well-known for his blues harp styles, slide guitar & traditional blues. Charlie has performed frequently at such festivals as the Harbourfront Jazz & Blues Festival, the Mariposa Folk Festival, the Mill Race Festival of Traditional Music and in the eastern US. He has also performed at The Kitchener Blues Festival and the Fredericton Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival. He has played the blues with the Gypsy Kings in France, tango bands in Argentina, reggae players in Jamaica, and flamenco dancers in Spain, where his passion for the blues has always erased national and political borders and brought strange bedfellows together to share the music.

Beverlie Robertson is a singer, musician, folklorist and author with a BA in French from U of T and a music minor. As a member of the trio The Chanteclairs, she travelled widely & performed at festivals such as the Mariposa Folk Festival, the Fredericton Jazz & Blues Festival, etc. & at venues from The Riverboat, to Massey Hall, Maple Leaf Gardens & the CNE Grandstand. She travelled the world with her trio singing folk songs when folk music was main stream, performing on the CBC, CTV, BBC, US and European TV networks, British & European concert halls. She sings traditional & contemporary folk music, &“tin pan alley blues,” accompanying herself on 6 & 12-string guitars, dulcimer & autoharp. She sings in English, French, Spanish, & other languages. Peter Gzowski called her a pioneer in Canadian folk music. A veteran performer, she was an early member of Mariposa-In-The-Schools, is a founding member of Kaleidoscope-in-the-Schools Muskoka & a director of Muskoka Lakes Music Festival/Muskoka Chautauqua. Her latest book, With Knowing Eyes; Canadian Women in Song includes traditional & contemporary songs, with music, chords, illustrations, etc. She has recorded a CD of selected songs. She also taught a course at Wilfrid Laurier University based on its contents. She is President of Brandy Creek Music & Publications Inc.

JULIAN FAUTH is a singer & piano player whose style is based on pre-war barrelhouse blues & boogie woogie, with infusions of gospel & jazz. He writes his own songs in addition to re-interpreting traditional material. He has toured Canada, the USA, Europe, Russia & Cuba. His 2nd CD won a JUNO Award for Blues Album of the Year & his 3rd won Best Blues Album by the CBC. He has also won Maple Blues Awards. He has opened for Johnny Winter, John Mayall & John Hammond.

“He’s been compared to Tom Waits & Bob Dylan, but Blues singer/songwriter Julian Fauth is a true ORIGINAL” – Toronto Star;

“…his music is profound & penetrating, contemporary blues at its very best” – Sing Out Magazine.

KEN YOSHIOKA is a blues artist originally from Kamakura, Japan. He started as a harmonica player and developed into a singer, guitar player and songwriter. Ken's harmonica playing is dynamic and lyrical. His impressive finger picking guitar style is influenced by Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker etc. Ken performs & records with Juno award winning blues artist Julian Fauth. Ken has released his 2nd CD "Underground Lonesome Blues" and toured in Japan. He performed at Winterfolk Festival and was a featured artist for the Toronto Blues Society's harmonica workshop.

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