(photo credit: Laura Frederick)

 Edward St Moritz is a Canadian singer-songwriter making his way in Collingwood, Ontario.

He writes about love, death, and the universe. 

And six-toed kitties.

He creates and performs lyrically driven songs in a post-alternative-folk way, fusing elements of Celtic sensibility, classical Old World influence, and gritty, poignant observation. Working with producer and recording artist Don Bray, in 2016 Ed finished his CD  “Small Things Shining Bright”. He has recorded with producer Ray Dillard a second solo album, “A Bit Of Change”, released in September 2020.


Land Acknowledgment

I live and work out of the town of Collingwood as a settler and a first-generation immigrant within the boundary of Treaty 18 region of 1818 which is the traditional territory of the Anishnaabek, Haudenosaunee, and Wendat-Wyandot-Wyandotte peoples. They were and are the land and story keepers for thousands of years.

I am grateful to be here to remember, acknowledge, and honour Indigenous history and culture and recognize the enduring presence of Indigenous peoples on this land.  I am committed to educate and decolonize myself in the spirit of reconciliation and to further understand and respect all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit People. 


(click on the graphic to find out more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission)


So what happens when love remembered meets old flame?

Say, in Paris in a cafe on the left bank, at a table with wine and croissants and Gauloises and a not-so-accidental ankle nudge?

A Rendezvous of Fools.

One of my favourite tracks from "Small Things Shining Bright". 

Thanks to Bruce Rumble, bass; Anna Atkinson, violin and accordion; Ray Dillard, percussion; yours truly on guitar and vocals.

Rendezvous of Fools

Anna and I rehearsing the Rendezvous

The Albums

The most recent

The First! Small Things Shining Bright

Latest News

There are gigs coming up:

Tunes in the Trees. 
Thursday, October 19, 2023 from 7:00 - 9:00. 
Rick Groves and I are going to be playing our tunes. A fundraiser for the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority. 
Tix at $30. 
Here's an opportunity to support local natural habitats and listen to some local good music.