Main Street Arts hosts Coffee Haus concert
Liz Rogers

Main Street Arts hosts Coffee Haus concert

SAXTONS RIVER — Main Street Arts will host a Coffee Haus concert Saturday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m., featuring three local musicians.

The show is one in a series of events in the village's month-long celebration of “Blue Lights for Winter Nights.”

Singers, songwriters, and storytellers Liz Rogers, Nick Kaiser, and Ron BosLun will each perform on the MSA stage.

Considered one of folk music's most authentic voices, singer and composer Rogers first started singing professionally at the age of nine with the Metropolitan Opera and the New York City Opera Children's choruses. Later, she branched out into jazz, a cappella, and finally folk music.

After moving to Scotland in 2000, she began writing and performing her original songs, incorporating Americana and Celtic folk, and produced two critically-acclaimed CDs, Breathe & Begin and One Fine Day. She has toured in North America, Europe and Japan.

She now lives in Vermont, where she works with award-winning cellist Eugene Friesen.

Kaiser is a singer-songwriter who began playing music as a three-year-old learning the Suzuki method on the violin and cello and later honed his skills on the six- and twelve-string acoustic guitars. His background includes professional stints on both sides of the microphone at WCAX-TV, Vermont Public Radio, and Tanglewood, among others.

His music spans a variety of genres, ranging from folk and Celtic to blues and bluegrass. He is currently producing his second full-length recording of all original material. When not making music, he works as a voice coach and producer.

BosLun is an actor (Les Miserables, Jacques Brel), story-teller and singer-songwriter. A guitarist and mandolin player who breaks out the harmonica from time, he considers John Prine, Stan Rogers and Norman Blake to be among his major influences.

His daytime job is teaching math and coaching basketball at Compass School.

Tickets for the performance are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Reservations can be made at 802-869-2960 or [email protected]. Further information is available at or on Facebook.

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