- November 19, 2020 - Showtime: 8:00pm
BASIA BULAT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED AND MOVED TO Capitol Music Club ! Basia Bulat will now be performing Thursday November 19 at 8pm!
Straight from Basia's desk:
I wanted to share an update on the concerts we’ve been able to reschedule so far.
Previously purchased tickets will be honoured for the new dates. You will be eligible for a refund at your point of purchase should the new date not be possible for you. All new dates are now on-sale and if you are not seeing your date listed, please know we are still working to reschedule many dates!
I am very thankful to the promoters, concert venues, my agents and my manager, who so quickly have worked to save the tour for me and my band. I have worked with many of these people since my first concerts and can’t wait to return to see you all soon.
I’m also very thankful to all of you for listening to my music and coming to my shows, some of you many times! I am staying hopeful and looking forward to bringing my new songs to you in person this fall. In the meantime I’ll keep streaming live concerts from my studio, and I’ll still be taking requests too! Thanks to everyone who has joined to watch so far, and for all the kind words about my new album, it means the world to me. Wishing you all good health and hope you’re staying in and staying safe right now!
Basia Bulat is a singer-songwriter who lives in Montreal, Canada. Over the course of five albums, she has brought together an intrinsic contemporary sound with a love of classic folk, country and R&B songwriting. Her first two albums, the folk-music-tinted Oh, My Darling (2007) and Heart of My Own (2010) were recorded in analogue with punk-rock producer Howard Bilerman; 2004's Tall Tall Shadow, exploring friendship and grief, was made with Mark Lawson and Arcade Fire's Tim Kingsbury; 2016's Good Advice—a break-up album—and 2019's Are You in Love? were produced in Kentucky and Joshua Tree (respectively) with My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James. In addition to her powerhouse voice, Bulat is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, recording and performing on electric guitar, piano, autoharp, ukulele, bass and charango.
Bulat is a three-time Polaris Music Prize finalist and has been nominated for three Juno Awards. In 2012, she performed for Leonard Cohen at Massey Hall's Glenn Gould Prize Gala; she later appeared at the musician's official memorial concert, playing "Coming Back to You" with Leonard's son Adam. In 2014, she headlined her own Massey Hall gig, and in recent years she has also been selected to perform at landmark events such as New York's annual Tibet House benefit concert, Montreux Jazz Festival, and the Newport Folk Festival. As a touring artist, she has shared stages with acts including Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The National, Arcade Fire, Daniel Lanois, St Vincent, Sufjan Stevens and Destroyer; she made her NPR Tiny Desk Concert debut in 2011. In 2010, Bulat's music was arranged for symphony orchestra by Owen Pallett and she has performed with classical ensembles including Ottawa's National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, and Halifax Symphony Orchestra.
The daughter of Polish émigrés, Bulat was born and raised in Toronto's Etobicoke neighbourhood and grew up listening to her mother's piano students. She attended university in London, Ontario and settled in Montreal in 2014.