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Transfiguration Day

May 13, 2017 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Admission $12 ($14 includes download code, for those living in the 21st century)
Transfiguration Day is a project comprised of singer-songwriter Thomas McCallum, singer Karis Tees, and cellist / singer-songwriter Lydia Mainville. August 6th is celebrated as the Feast of the Transfiguration in the ancient calendar, and it was on this date that the trio first performed together. Playing ethereal music steeped in tradition, Transfiguration Day has recorded two songs at the Old Confidence Lodge in January, 2017. A full-length album can be expected in the not-so-distant future. https://www.transfigurationday.com/
Lydia Mainville is a cellist, singer-songwriter and fiddler’s daughter from Darling’s Island, NB. At once an innovator and traditionalist, she creates experimental folk music steeped in classical and celtic roots. Her delicate melodies float over soundscapes that ebb and flow like the tide. Lydia’s expressive sounds echo in concert halls, farmer’s markets, and living rooms across Canada. https://lydiamainville.bandcamp.com/
Kurtis Eugene performs in the great folk-blues tradition, but also incorporates it to create strikingly modern music reminiscent of a marriage between Fleet Foxes and Radiohead. https://kurtiseugene.bandcamp.com/releases
Blue Lobelia is the pseudonym of Rachel Bruch, an innovative vocalist and multi-instrumentalist who uses loop pedal technology to weave a complex and beautiful web of sound. https://bluelobelia.bandcamp.com/


May 13, 2017
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
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The Bus Stop Theatre
2203 Gottingen Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K3B5 Canada
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