Sharon and Bram offer several different kinds of performances:
“We love singing with our audiences; the sound of families singing
together and the expressions of delight on the faces of parents and children
as they share the music, bring us deep satisfaction,” say Sharon and
Sharon and Bram Perform for "Not So Young" Audiences
Many of the parents to whom Sharon and Bram have sung over the years are
now grandparents, and they still love the music. In addition to performing
for children, Sharon and Bram delight in bringing their music to these senior
audiences through the use of old familiar favourites and some new surprises.
People never outgrow the joy of making music together and in a Sharon and
Bram concert everybody sings together from the first note to the last
College Pub Shows
In 2010 Sharon and Bram embarked on a new venture, bringing their music to
a new/old audience – university and college students who grew up on
Sharon, Lois & Bram’s music. This group of young adults still love
to sing and do the actions to the songs they learned in childhood. Sharon and
Bram are their nostalgia – reviving happy childhood memories of
families singing together in the car, at the TV or in the concert hall.
A Sharon and Bram Pub Night (Yes, with beer!) is high energy, filled with
singing and loaded with fun.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Knowing Anything
Before 1978, Sharon Hampson, Lois Lilienstein and Bram Morrison were each
doing folk music workshops and concerts in public schools through Mariposa in
the Schools. Early in that year, the three of them got together with producer
Bill Usher, also a Mariposa person, and recorded an LP they hoped would
appeal to parents as well as children. The recording “One Elephant,
Deux Elephants: A Children’s Record for the Whole Family” was
released in Autumn 1978, and Sharon, Lois and Bram continued along with their
solo careers, but not for long… The response to that recording
launched their unexpected career.
Sharon and Bram (Lois stopped active touring in the year 2000) will describe
some of their adventures in learning the business of recording, touring,
television, public service, and their pleasure at having been able to earn
their livings doing something they love.
There will be singing.