Nature of music on tour

Coming to Char’s Landing on Saturday, May 14 are two Vancouver Island songstresses, Birgit Kuit and Joanna Finch.

Finch and Kuit have been friends for more than 15 years and have shared many a stage and musical project—from performances at Vancouver Island Music Festival to Cumberland’s Community Forest Rhythm and Green CD compilation project. They will feature original and contemporary folk-roots and jazz music that will be sure to delight and enthral.

Kuit and Finch share a love for the beauty of nature, which is reflected in their songs.

The show starts at 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door, available at Char’s Landing, Dolce Vita Restaurant and Triangle Music.

For more information, please call 778-421-2427.

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