Polaris Prize and Juno Award winner Jeremy Dutcher is a classically trained Canadian Indigenous tenor, composer, musicologist, performer, and activist.
Friday, October 28: Tickets are $55 ($27.50 for those 25 years and younger).
Kaia Kater‘s jazz-fueled voice and deft songcraft have garnered acclaim from NPR, CBC, and Rolling Stone. Her album, Grenades (2018), was nominated for a Juno award and was long-listed for the 2019 Polaris Music Prize
Saturday, October 29: Tickets are $25 ($12.50 for those 25 years and younger).
AHI (pronounced “eye”) is a singer-songwriter from Ontario. In 2017, he won the Canadian Songwriting Competition in the folk category, as well as the Stingray Rising Star Award at the Folk Music Ontario conference.
Friday, November 11: Tickets are $25 ($12.50 for those 25 years and younger).
Christmas with Owen Lee
Owen Lee is assembling a band to help us celebrate Christmas in style! Owen is a musician, songwriter, vocal arranger, and producer from Toronto, ON, who now calls Nova Scotia home.
Saturday, November 26: Tickets are $25 ($12.50 for those 25 years and younger).