Some artists write because there is no other way – because for them the very act of living, searching and tending to their own souls produces music. Renaissance woman Sarah Slean is such an artist. In her distinctive voice, described as a “19th Century Kate Bush” (Bob Mersereau, CBC), we find an entrancing mix of spiritual hunger and old-world whimsicality – in her lyrics, an ever-present longing “reminiscent of Irving Layton and Leonard Cohen” (Time Magazine)
|Huntsville Festival of the Arts presents: A Musical Evening with Sarah Slean and Hawksley Workman at the Algonquin Theatre||
For the first time, two of the finest voices in Canadian music are set to share the stage
|06/03/2020 7:30 pm|
|A Musical Evening with Sarah Slean and Hawksley Workman at The Kingston Grand Theatre (Regina Rosen Auditorium)||
For the first time, two of the finest voices in Canadian music share the stage in an astonishing collaborative performance. Sarah Slean and Hawksley Workman will perform together from their respective musical repertoires, and will accompany each other, as both are accomplished multi-instrumentalists. Expect the evening to be filled with unforgettable music, storytelling, and soaring voices, as they showcase their extraordinary musical talent.
PRESENTED BY Van Herpt Motors Volvo
|14/03/2020 7:30 pm|