Dieufaite Charles

Dieufaite Charles, formally known as JAHFAA, is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. His style of music reflects a mixture of Haitian roots and African rhythm that he calls “the African soul”. Dieufaite’s Continue Reading

Joanne Morra

For more than a decade, Joanne Morra has sung jazz, blues, and funk in the halls of Toronto and GTA where she charmed a wide audience. Her artistic career gave her a training in various workshops at one of which is Continue Reading


Akwaba is commonly used by the people of Akan in Ivory Coast of West Africa, which means «Welcome. In a sense, Akwaba reflects the philosophy of this organisation whereby the goal is to bring sensibility to the rich Continue Reading

Hassan El Hadi

Find Hassan El Hadi at Francophonie en fête for the 14th edition ! Hassan El Hadi is an accomplished writer and singer, as well as an Oud player originally from Marrakesh, Morocco; crossroads of the diversity of Continue Reading


Kyris is a singer-songwriter who draws his inspiration from his experiences along the roads, where he developed his guitar playing, sharpened his pen and mastered the recipe to engage crowds. His world lies across a Continue Reading

Michel Pagliaro

A Montreal musician born in 1948, Michel Pagliaro has always been looking for exceptional musicians. Throughout his journey, he has befriended and shared musical adventure with many artists. In 1966, he started out Continue Reading

Louis-Philippe Robillard

Louis-Philippe is a young Franco-Ontarian singer-songwriter who launched his first solo album in January 2010. He has received very good reviews in “Le Voir”, “Le Droit”, “La Presse” and Radio-Canada following the Continue Reading

Tiken Jah Fakoly

Tiken Jah Fakoly’s nickname comes from a young Ghanaian who called him “Tiken” because when his father called him “Tiani” (little boy in Malinke), the young Ghanaian heard “Tiken” Continue Reading


Group on stage, couple in life, the duo Moonfruits creates folk that gives voice to its values and its imaginary. Guided by the banjo and the guitar, the enchanting harmonies of Moonfruits transport the audience in Continue Reading

Le Paysagiste

The Paysagiste always gives the full measure of his talent to pleasantly rhythmic, solidly sturdy, and irresistibly sympathetic rock compositions. Whether he evokes the difficulties of love or the worries that Continue Reading