As I prepared to record my album of lyrical folk music and edgy, enchanting chamber music, I am presenting The Caribou Masquerade, a public concert of my folk songs. Thursday May 12, 7pm at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife, I’ll be playing on the beautiful grand piano at the museum cafe. Admission is by donation as a fundraiser for the album. Some of these songs may end up on the album, and I want your thoughts on which ones should make the cut! Come with your ears and hearts open to music about the north, about love, loss, beauty, and curiosities.
As part of the Masquerade, audience members are encouraged to wear northern elements sourced in the mysterious, the fantastical and the deep-rooted…
This is the final concert in a series of spring performances featuring my folk music. If you want to hear my latest chamber music piece – check out the James Ehnes show at NACC on May 19th.
Come to the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre a few minutes early or stay a few minutes after to check out the amazing exhibits at the museum including the spell-binding Abraham Anghik Ruben sculptures or the brand-new Robert Burke exhibit of paintings.
Admission by donation.
Audience comments from recent house-concerts
“warm, close, intimate, eclectic, resonate and gentle”
“the songs tenderly blew dust from places in my heart I didn’t realize needed it so badly”
“one moment I’m smiling, next I’m tearing up, and then I was laughing.”
“a beautiful evening of music”
“I was blown away by your storytelling through song”
“sincere & quirky”
If you can’t make it to the concert but want to support the album, check out the Indiegogo campaign: https://igg.me/at/