March 2015

Celtic Music for Purists and Modern Ears: Poor Angus

Poor Angus interprets the music of past and present, performing original and traditional Scottish, Irish and East Coast pieces, and transforming them into thoroughly original, dynamic and entertaining arrangements. This collection of five talented musicians expresses profound admiration for Celtic music in a manner that excites...

Celtic Music for Purists and Modern Ears: Poor Angus

Poor Angus interprets the music of past and present, performing original and traditional Scottish, Irish and East Coast pieces, and transforming them into thoroughly original, dynamic and entertaining arrangements. This collection of five talented musicians expresses profound admiration for Celtic music in a manner that excites...

Consummate Performer with a Big Voice: Irish Mythen

A singer-songwriter, musician, and lyrical maven with an immense stage presence and an even bigger voice, Irish Mythen’s performances take you on an emotional roller coaster. Her songs are rooted in myriad places and experiences, expressed through artistry that can only be honed by working with...

Rick Fines: Veteran of the Blues and Folk Circuits

Rick Fines refuses to be pigeonholed. Steeped in roots music, he crafts a unique blend of warm-hearted blues, juke joint folk, and dockside soul that both embraces and defies the genres. A veteran of the North American blues and folk circuits, he engages audiences with captivating songs,...

Ruth Moody is Mariposa Bound

Ruth Moody is an artist of exceptional depth and grace, whose ethereal vocals, impressive multi-instrumentalism, and insightful song writing evoke maturity and wisdom well beyond her age. Her songs are timeless, universal, exquisitely crafted, and performed with intimacy and honesty. A founding and current member of the...

Thursday, 19 March 2015 Farrucas Duo Paint an Exotic Musical Portrait

The stirring rhythms, Latin sounds, and intricate instrumentation of Farrucas Duo paint an exotic musical portrait. The group is a fusion of two musical traditions – Mediterranean and Ecuadorian – brought together through Laura Spada and Jorge Cuamacás, and spiced up by elements of other genres...

Bram Morrison Making His Premier Solo Appearance at Mariposa

Bram Morrison has been part of the Canadian folk music scene since the early 60’s, developing his performance and song-leading skills in folk clubs and folk festivals. An accompanist and apprentice to folksinger Alan Mills, in 1978 he joined forces with Sharon Hampson and Lois Lilienstein...

Mary Chapin Carpenter – Friday Evening Main Stage Headliner

Fearless creativity has been the common thread woven throughout the career of Mary Chapin Carpenter. Her music gracefully meanders through influences broader than the country and folk genres for which she is most commonly known, producing a body of work that is spiked with delightful...