Delf Maria Hohmann is a singer and musician who erforms frequently on both sides of the Atlantic. He plays guitar, banjo and dulcimer and sings a mixture of contemporary and traditional folk music in English, French, Yiddish and German. He has performed across Canada including the Mariposa Folk Festival and the Home Country Folk Festival in London, ON. From 1981 to 1985 he worked for the environmental project Clearwater on the Hudson River, and performed with Pete Seeger at Carnegie Hall in New York and Massey Hall in Toronto. In 1999 he founded the Cape St. Mary's Performance Series. He collaborates with St. John's storyteller Dale Jarvis in the theatre productions of Under the Juniper Tree — Stories & Songs from the Brothers Grimm Collection, and The Devil Made Me Do It - Stories and Songs about the Man in Black, which brought them to the Yukon International Storytelling Festival in Whitehorse in 2002 and 2004. He has created soundtracks for film and multi-media presentations, and composed Harbour Symphonies, Music for Ships' Horns.