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Kaldor brings folk show to Silverton

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The Valhalla Community Concert Series proudly presents the iconic Canadian folk artist, Connie Kaldor at the Silverton Memorial Hall on Monday, January 31 at 7:30 p.m. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this award-winning entertainer here in your own backyard as Kaldor performs songs from her latest album Postcards form the Road as well as music from her past 14 recorded albums.

A native of Saskatchewan, Kaldor has been performing for most of her life. Born into a musical family, she grew up singing in the choir. Her love of performing led her to a theatre degree from the University of Alberta, and then to alternative theatre companies, an influence still very much in evidence at any Kaldor concert.

Although she left theatre to pursue her songwriting career quite early, her engaging character and storytelling skills are hallmarks of her live performances.

For over two decades, this Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter has flourished on the Canadian folk scene and beyond. With 14 albums to her credit; three award-winning children’s books/CDs, a musical and much more, Kaldor has been recognized with the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, the Order of Canada, and the adoration of fans across North America and around the world.

Tickets are $18 (advance sales only) at Garden Graces in New Denver, The Cup & Saucer in Silverton and Otter Books in Nelson or call 250-358-7151.

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