The 2020 Contemplative Arts Festival in Saskatoon Launches in May.
Held May 7-10, 2020 with fundraiser concert featuring Jane Siberry on May 3rd
by Contemplative Arts Festival
March 5, 2020 in Buzz
The 2020 Contemplative Arts Festival of Saskatoon will launch with internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter: JANE SIBERRY
Grosvenor Park United Church (pr. Grow-v’nor) is pleased to announce that the second annual Contemplative Arts Festival of Saskatoon will be held from May 7 to 10, 2020. Following a successful inaugural event in 2019, the church will again sponsor four days of arts programming and conversation meant to encourage deep connection and self-expression. Everyone’s welcome!
To provide this public festival free of charge, a fundraising concert will take place on May 3 at 7:30 at Grosvenor Park United.
“We’re thrilled to present Jane Siberry in concert,” says Brenda Baker, chair of the festival. “Jane is the perfect fit for an event focused on the value of contemplative practice. She’s an incredible composer and her work invites deep thought.”
Iconic and enigmatic, Jane Siberry is one of Canada's preeminent songwriters and unforgettable performers. Her fifteen acclaimed recordings are a testament to her artistry, bringing her international recognition and accolades. Jane’s signature song, Calling All Angels, is just one of several recognizable hits. Her songs have been covered by numerous artists including k.d. lang, who created stunning renditions of Love is Everything and the 23rd Psalm inspired The Valley.
Tickets are $50 and available online through Eventbrite.com. Grosvenor (pr. Grow-v’nor) Park United is in Saskatoon at the corner of 14th and Cumberland.
For more information or interviews about the Siberry Concert or the festival: Brenda Baker – firstname.lastname@example.org or (306) 381-3102