Raphael Weinroth-Browne channels the energy and intensity of a full band with his solo cello performance. His highly virtuosi compositions evoke a sound world that is at once ancient and modern, all the while redefining expectations of how the cello should sound.
Amanda Jackson, from P.E.I, has one of those voices that can transport you to another place, the warmth and depth captures you somewhere beyond your ears. Steeped in soul, with a bluesy edge, she can melt you with a sweet lullaby in one breath and then knock you to your knees with her soaring vocals in the next one.
Cape Breton's Heather Rankin brings her solo tour to the Ottawa Valley. A veteran of the stage and studio, Heather Rankin has embarked on a new chapter and performs a diverse mix of music including material from her 2016 Juno Award Nominated solo album, A Fine Line.
The love of musical collaboration, Cajun music and travel brought this Francophone group together. These talented high-energy musicians bridge gaps and draw parallels between the musical genres. Performing in both English and French.
Heather Rankin follows her 2016 Juno Award Nominated solo album, A Fine Line, with a Christmas album, Imagine. Her angelic voice wraps her listeners in coziness and nostalgia in this ten-song collection, which includes both original songs, cowritten by Rankin, and traditional songs she grew up singing at Christmas.
"Rosie and The Riveters are a trio of incredibly empowering women. Their show is bold, unapologetic, nuanced, powerful, and sensitive, and their banter is witty, relevant, and undeniably engaging. They deliver a great show with an important message.” — Gillian Moranz, Wise Hall Vancouver , BC
Amazing evening of soul, wisdom and song with one of Ottawa's most sought after jazz musicians.
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November 13, 2020 $20-30
Catherine MacLellan, one of Canadian folk music’s true gems, returns with her anticipated seventh album, COYOTE. This self-produced release is a travelogue through heartbreak, loss and the joy of life.
For over 25 years Shirley Jackson & her Good Rockin' Daddys from Halifax, NS have performed their blend of Blues, Jump, and Swing at shows across Canada. Their repertoire features songs written by Shirley Jackson and arranged by the Good Rockin' Daddys, as well as a variety of tunes from and inspired by the era of Big Jay McNeely, Louis Jordan, and Etta James.
September 27, 2020 $40-55
One of Canada's most unique artists and a leading voice in Canadian music. She blends Inukitut and English languages with contemporary pop music to tell stories of her people, the Inuit of Arctic Canada. Susan will be introducing her new album at this concert! Special guests Lori-Anne Van Morsel w/ The Amanda Keeley Band to open.