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Folk in the City: Live at the Burt

~ March 28, 2021~ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm~ . ~ ~ March 28, 2021~ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm~ ~ Folk in the City: Live at the Burt will feature incredible local talent performing on stage at the Burton Cummings Theatre and backstage interviews with artists sharing their favourite Winnipeg Folk Fest memories. All shows can be viewed live on both the Winnipeg Folk Festival Facebook page and YouTube channel.Folk in the City: Live at the Burt will feature past Festival friends and new Festival friends with everything from hip hop to soul, African rhythms to American Gospel and early swing to Americana. The artists joining us throughout the month of March span several genres and you'll hear from 2020 Polaris Music Prize longlist hip hop group Super Duty Tough Work, Anishinaabe musician Leonard Sumner, bilingual singer-songwriter Kelly Bado and experimental hip hop artist Anthony OKS.Explore acoustic soul and Americana with JP Hoe and dance to Romani jazz and early swing band Juvel. Fans will be serenaded by alt-folk musician Micah Erenberg, the deep baritone vocals of Richard Inman and the soulful three-part harmonies of Sweet Alibi with solo performances by Sweet Alibi's own Amber Nielsen and Jess Ayre.Hear local singer-songwriters like roots powerhouse duo The Small Glories, folk and country musician Andrina Turenne, Americana performer Kris Ulrich, and folk and blues artist Little Miss Higgins.Andrina TurenneAndrina Turenne is an established singer, songwriter and musician with strong ties to her Francophone and Métis roots. She has contributed to several musical projects including JUNO award-winning Chic Gamine. Weaving folk, country, blues and soul, she carves a new chapter as a solo artist.Kris UlrichKris Ulrich writes and sings beautiful and honest Americana in an attempt to understand his own life and in the hope that his songs might help shed a little light on yours too. The stories are straight from the heart, no punches pulled, and because they're frank and sincere, they feel familiar and relatable.Little Miss Higgins Little Miss Higgins struts and serenades her way onto any stage playing music brewed in early country blues, jazz and folk. Playing, touring, collaborating and recording for over 15 years, this musician and mother now navigates her time through performing and parenthood.The Small GloriesRoots powerhouse duo The Small Glories are Cara Luft and JD Edwards, a musical tour-de-force. With songs of love, loss, and environment it's not uncommon for listeners to find themselves laughing, dancing, crying, or caught up in a good ol' fashioned sing-along accompanied by the banjo, guitar and harmonica.~ ~ ~ ~ Back~ ~ ~ ~ . Event Details. Location: Folk in the City: Live at the Burt~ March 28, 2021~ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm~ ~ ~ March 28, 2021~ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm~ ~ Folk in the City: Live at the Burt will feature incredible local talent performing on stage at the Burton Cummings Theatre and backstage interviews with artists sharing their favourite Winnipeg Folk Fest memories. All shows can be viewed live on both the Winnipeg Folk Festival Facebook page and YouTube channel.Folk in the City: Live at the Burt will feature past Festival friends and new Festival friends with everything from hip hop to soul, African rhythms to American Gospel and early swing to Americana. The artists joining us throughout the month of March span several genres and you'll hear from 2020 Polaris Music Prize longlist hip hop group Super Duty Tough Work, Anishinaabe musician Leonard Sumner, bilingual singer-songwriter Kelly Bado and experimental hip hop artist Anthony OKS.Explore acoustic soul and Americana with JP Hoe and dance to Romani jazz and early swing band Juvel. Fans will be serenaded by alt-folk musician Micah Erenberg, the deep baritone vocals of Richard Inman and the soulful three-part harmonies of Sweet Alibi with solo performances by Sweet Alibi's own Amber Nielsen and Jess Ayre.Hear local singer-songwriters like roots powerhouse duo The Small Glories, folk and country musician Andrina Turenne, Americana performer Kris Ulrich, and folk and blues artist Little Miss Higgins.Andrina TurenneAndrina Turenne is an established singer, songwriter and musician with strong ties to her Francophone and Métis roots. She has contributed to several musical projects including JUNO award-winning Chic Gamine. Weaving folk, country, blues and soul, she carves a new chapter as a solo artist.Kris UlrichKris Ulrich writes and sings beautiful and honest Americana in an attempt to understand his own life and in the hope that his songs might help shed a little light on yours too. The stories are straight from the heart, no punches pulled, and because they're frank and sincere, they feel familiar and relatable.Little Miss Higgins Little Miss Higgins struts and serenades her way onto any stage playing music brewed in early country blues, jazz and folk. Playing, touring, collaborating and recording for over 15 years, this musician and mother now navigates her time through performing and parenthood.The Small GloriesRoots powerhouse duo The Small Glories are Cara Luft and JD Edwards, a musical tour-de-force. With songs of love, loss, and environment it's not uncommon for listeners to find themselves laughing, dancing, crying, or caught up in a good ol' fashioned sing-along accompanied by the banjo, guitar and harmonica.~ ~ ~ ~ Back~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ © Winnipeg Folk Festival~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Folk in the City: Live at the Burt~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Tickets:FreeVenue:OnlineURL: Visit Website~ ~ ~ ~ ~ March 28, 2021~ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm~ ~ Folk in the City: Live at the Burt will feature incredible local talent performing on stage at the Burton Cummings Theatre and backstage interviews with artists sharing their favourite Winnipeg Folk Fest memories. All shows can be viewed live on both the Winnipeg Folk Festival Facebook page and YouTube channel.Folk in the City: Live at the Burt will feature past Festival friends and new Festival friends with everything from hip hop to soul, African rhythms to American Gospel and early swing to Americana. The artists joining us throughout the month of March span several genres and you'll hear from 2020 Polaris Music Prize longlist hip hop group Super Duty Tough Work, Anishinaabe musician Leonard Sumner, bilingual singer-songwriter Kelly Bado and experimental hip hop artist Anthony OKS.Explore acoustic soul and Americana with JP Hoe and dance to Romani jazz and early swing band Juvel. Fans will be serenaded by alt-folk musician Micah Erenberg, the deep baritone vocals of Richard Inman and the soulful three-part harmonies of Sweet Alibi with solo performances by Sweet Alibi's own Amber Nielsen and Jess Ayre.Hear local singer-songwriters like roots powerhouse duo The Small Glories, folk and country musician Andrina Turenne, Americana performer Kris Ulrich, and folk and blues artist Little Miss Higgins.Andrina TurenneAndrina Turenne is an established singer, songwriter and musician with strong ties to her Francophone and Métis roots. She has contributed to several musical projects including JUNO award-winning Chic Gamine. Weaving folk, country, blues and soul, she carves a new chapter as a solo artist.Kris UlrichKris Ulrich writes and sings beautiful and honest Americana in an attempt to understand his own life and in the hope that his songs might help shed a little light on yours too. The stories are straight from the heart, no punches pulled, and because they're frank and sincere, they feel familiar and relatable.Little Miss Higgins Little Miss Higgins struts and serenades her way onto any stage playing music brewed in early country blues, jazz and folk. Playing, touring, collaborating and recording for over 15 years, this musician and mother now navigates her time through performing and parenthood.The Small GloriesRoots powerhouse duo The Small Glories are Cara Luft and JD Edwards, a musical tour-de-force. 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