Jane Siberry is the latest in a series of great musicians and performers to play at The Haven.
She follows such talented artists as Victor Wooten, Eric and Leon Bibb, Laurie Anderson, Shari Ulrich and many others who have graced the stage of the Wong & McKeen Phoenix Auditorium. She performs Sunday Nov. 11, show starts at 7:30 pm.
More than twenty years after her first musical release, Jane Siberry has become renowned both for her hauntingly beautiful music and for her strength as a creative, innovative artist. With 11 major recordings, three poem books, her own independent label, and the acclaim of fans and peers alike, Siberry continues to redefine and challenge herself as one of contemporary music’s most original creative voices.
In 2006, Siberry sold her house, most possessions, and changed her name to ‘issa’. After three years of spartan discipline, ‘issa’ is officially using the name ‘Jane Siberry’ again and is moving forward into an international tour which will take her to North America, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and Europe, including Germany, Norway, France, Belgium, and Finland. She has just released her second CD of ‘a story told in three parts’. The first is ‘Dragon Dreams’ and the new release is ‘With What Shall I Keep Warm?’.
Tickets are $28 (including HST) and are on sale at The Haven (250-247-237 Ext. 0, firstname.lastname@example.org) and from Artworks on Gabriola. Don’t delay, as this show is expected to sell out.
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