Frost & Fire: A Seasonal Song Circle

Who

Brian Baggett - Chapman Stick soloist
Glenn Sutter
Lyssa & the Try-Tones
J.J. Voss

When

  • December 7, 2022 - Doors at: 6:30pm / Showtime: 7:00pm

Where

Conservatory of Performing Arts, Room 210

2155 College Ave, Regina, SK

Chase away the early winter chill with a heart-warming evening of stories and music! Presented as a songwriters circle, this show will feature seasonal songs and other tunes from a diverse group of accomplished local artists. We're also aiming to raise some $ for the Food Bank and make use of one of the nicest pianos in the city!


Wed, Dec 7, Doors 6:30, Show 7p
Room 210, Conservatory of Performing Arts, College Avenue Campus
No tickets needed! Admission is $20 at the door.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Food Bank. Please bring a food donation as well!


The Artists:


JJ Voss (https://www.jjvoss.com) - With close to two decades of dedication to his music career and craft, JJ Voss has taken his passion for songwriting and performing, along with his many experiences in life, to build an authentic and professional solo career rooted in roots country and the fabric of the working class.


Lyssa (https://lyssa.ca) - As a seasoned vocalist, Lyssa has the capability to blow you away or bring you to tears with a voice that is both polished and emotionally raw. A small town prairie girl (Regina Beach, SK to be exact) but big city lover at heart, Lyssa’s songs are steeped in confessional lyrics about love, loss, longing and everything in between.


Brian Baggett (https://brianbaggett.ca) - A recent nominee for Instrumentalist of the Year (2022) with the Saskatchewan Music Awards. The only Chapman Stick player in Saskatchewan, Brian brings over thirty years of experience in classical, jazz, rock, and experimental music to showcase masterful original compositions and colourfully arranged standards from a wide range of genres.


Glenn Sutter (https://glennsutter.com) - In a world full of beauty, mystery and uncertainty, Glenn Sutter offers up his reflective style of folk-rock as a way to escape and unite through shared humanity, joys and truths. His good-natured performances spark a gentle fire, warm and vibrant, that invites audiences to gather round and exhale.


 

Category

Performances/Concerts

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