A Splash of Culture returns! - SOLD OUT -
Thursday September 2, 2021 | Newmarket Riverwalk Commons (200 Doug Duncan Drive)
Gates: 6:30 p.m. Show: Dusk |
FREE Event with advance tickets
Live music on the splash pad | Cabaret-style seating | Cash bar & food options | 19+ Event
Enjoy listening to three musical performances, under the stars and on the splash pad. Indulge in Cachet's delicious tapis & beverages for sale on site, while experiencing the unique vibe of this evening to remember.
Please Note: Limited Seating. 1 ticket per table of 4. COVID regulations in place.
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Meet your performers:
15 year old Isabella Elise Tomaso became inspired by opera while listening to her grandfather singing the great classics. Isabella lives in Newmarket and began studying piano and voice at the Royal Conservatory of Music at the age of four. She has performed in many recitals, displaying her talents in acting, dancing, singing and piano. In 2017 she was showcased at Moses Znaimer's ideacity where she performed at Toronto's iconic Koerner Hall.
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The reality of working at the speed of inspiration, for Jeff Beadle, means writing in solitary unromantic spaces and casting a sadness to his music.
His personal evolution and the unconventional wisdom cultivated from extensive touring in Europe, Asia and Canada, is the catalyst for his newest era of alternative pop. His unwavering honesty and introspection continue to be the backbone of his lyrics, acquired from time spent as a folk singer-songwriter.
Having shared a bill with Tokyo Police Club and Hollerado, Beadle's music naturally leans into the current genre-bending climate. His music is steeped in anguish and an edge that's reminiscent of the alternative influences he was raised on.
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Stacey Kaniuk is a singer-songwriter whose love of old-school Motown & soul music has influenced her own original music. She has released two albums, including her most recent EP
"Heartbeat", which is full of big, bright and boisterous pop, punctuated by a full horn section and is reminiscent of a time when music was sincere, bold and proud.
She plays live shows extensively throughout the year, both as a solo performer and with her dynamic 8-piece soul band. With a weekly residency at one of Toronto's premiere jazz clubs, The Reservoir Lounge, her fanbase is built of live-music lovers who enjoy the high energy and passion of her full-band concerts, or the intimacy of her solo performances.