Salute to Cohen at Char’s Landing

The music of Leonard Cohen will fill the old church at Char’s Landing on Argyle Street this Saturday, March 30.

The music of Leonard Cohen will fill the old church at Char’s Landing on Argyle Street this Saturday, March 30 with Tower of Song, a creative tribute to Cohen.

Tower of Song is presented by three celebrated B.C. singers and songwriters: Oliver Swain, Anne Schaefer and Glenna Garramone. A night of rare and classic selections from the Leonard Cohen cannon is fearlessly interpreted by these three artists.

A few original compositions and readings round out an evening that celebrates Canada’s greatest bard and his influence on modern songwriting.

Tickets  are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors in advance (add $3 at the door), available at Rollin Art Centre (cash only) or e-mail info@charslanding.com to reserve.

Doors open at 7 p.m.  For more info, pleas call 250-730-1636.  Char’s Landing is located at 4815 Argyle St. at Fifth Avenue in Port Alberni’s uptown arts district.

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