Birgit plays house concert in Alberni

Alberni singer song writer Kuit is performing original songs from her upcoming CD, which is being released this fall.

Local folk-roots singer songwriter, Birgit Kuit is in concert on Saturday, June 2.

Kuit is performing original songs from her upcoming CD, which is being  released in the fall of this year.

Titled “Out of the Blue” this is Kuit’s fourth recording, and the second produced and recorded in Port Alberni at Eastside Westside Studio.

Bryon Tosoff, of “What the Folk” Radio says that Birgit’s music “ ….is certainly worth the accolades and respect of her peers. Birgit brings refreshing and engaging quality with her folk-roots style and influenced groove,” he said.“Big vocals and rich tonal qualities are ear marks of this natural singer.”

This is a House Concert, so you can expect a relaxed atmophere to enjoy Birgit’s newest songs including contemporary folk and popular tunes.

Admission is by donation. To reserve a seat, find out the concert location and more information call 250-723-7509. Start time is 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided.

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