Upcoming Concert

Join ambient singer-songwriter Gianna Lauren from Halifax with electro-acoustic composer Joshua Van Tassel for a special evening at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse.

Gianna-Joshua Concert

Tickets available online through Side Door CLICK HERE.

Details:
Thursday April 11, 2019
Tickets: $20 (tax included)
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM

If you have any questions, concerns, or comments about ticketing, event details, show safety or anything else regarding your Side Door experience, please do not hesitate to contact us!

*No refunds will be issued unless the show is cancelled. Transfers are permitted, but please inform us of the new guest(s) name & email address*

More about the event:

Gianna Lauren:
Originally calling Alberta and Ontario home, the Halifax songwriter Gianna Lauren is a project of atmosphere, guitars, and warm voices. Lush arrangements and measured vocals create a haunting ambiance.

Joshua Van Tassel:
Joshua Van Tassel is a sideman, producer, composer and sonic landscaper. He regularly performs some of Canada’s best song writers such as Great Lake Swimmers, Amelia Curran, Sarah Slean, Donovan Woods, Rose Cousins, David Myles, Sarah Slean, among others. Joshua is also quickly becoming known as a go to producer, having worked on albums for Sarah Slean, David Myles, KIRTY, Rosie And the Riverters, Christine Bougie, Megan Bonnell, and more.

With his solo career Van Tassel has a built a reputation as a producer and composer of electro-acoustic music that is both highly sophisticated and easily digestible. His music, which has been featured on the Outdoor Life Network’s program “Departures” and “Descending”, is a tapestry of traditions; the familiar plucking of folk music floats amongst drum machines and ambient field recordings, driving bass lines melt into flowing synth melodies. He has been nominated and won numerous ECMA and Nova Scotia Music awards, and is currently at work on a full length book/novella entitled “Crossworlds” to be released in March 2018. Joshua is also the producer of the respected CBC radio host Laurie Brown’s podcast “The Pondercast”.

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