BC Scene

The arts and culture of British Columbia come to Ottawa/Gatineau

April 21 to May 3, 2009

Acoustic Waves - Veda Hille and Penny Lang

April 26, 2009, 8pm

Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre (GCTC)

1233 Wellington Street West, Ottawa

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Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre (GCTC)

GCTC Box Office
1233 Wellington Street West

Vancouver’s Veda Hille has been touted as “one of the most genuinely innovative musicians in Canada,” whose musical stylings are a hybrid of jazz, pop and classical piano and feature vibrant, intelligent lyrics conceived by a natural storyteller.

Joining Veda onstage is Canadian folk icon Penny Lang who unifies audiences in a way no one else does. Penny has evolved in a four-decade-long career from being a coffeehouse draw in her Montreal hometown to being one of Canada’s leading roots-based artists. Get acquainted with these two compelling performers at an intimate evening of acoustic song in the Irving Greenberg Theatre.

Presented in collaboration with the Ottawa Folk Festival

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