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Choose from a wide variety of concerts featuring well-known Canadian superstars such as Diana Krall and Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, and mix it up with shows by some of Canada's most talented emerging artists. What will you add to your NAC Presents playlist?

Tickets only $15/show for our new Fridays at the Fourth emerging artists series. 

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    Suzie Vinnick

    Fourth Stage

    Blessed with a soaring, acrobatic voice, Vinnick mixes classic 90’s indie folk, with tried and true emotive balladry, the Saskatoon native is the recipient of countless Maple Blues Awards as well as three Juno nominations. We’re thrilled to welcome Suzie back to the National Arts Centre.

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    Rob Lutes

    with special guests Sin and Swoon

    Fourth Stage

    On his seventh album, acclaimed Canadian songwriter Rob Lutes does what he has done for years: kicks up a little dust, wades into some deep waters and tackles the realities of the world with depth, humour and a unique musical style. Situated at the intersection of the blues, folk, Americana and contemporary singer-songwriter genres, Walk in the Dark is an exquisite collection of songs that highlight Lutes’s unmistakable voice and literary writing style.

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    Like crosswinds on the St. Lawrence, Nicolas Pellerin et les Grands Hurleurs are the collision of modern storytelling and the warmth of traditional folk music.

  4. Play Petr Cancura

    Four exceptional musicians, rooted in jazz, come together to create an awe-inspiring musical experience. Songs of Tales features some of Canada’s most creative and expressive instrumentalists.

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    Azrieli Studio

    Since 2008, the name MonkeyJunk has been Canada's most beloved player in the international modern bar-blues revival. Swampy but possessed, the band are currently touring in support of “Time to Roll”, their fifth album for legendary label Stony Plain.

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    Rebecca Noelle

    Azrieli Studio

    After making waves as the 1st runner-up on TVA's La Voix (The Voice : Canada), Rebecca was invited by The Jacksons to make a guest appearance on their Canadian tour. She has also performed alongside Roch Voisine, UK's Birdy, USA's Florida Georgia Line, and continues to tour with French-Canadian music icon Marc Dupré.

  7. Dana Sipos

    Fourth Stage

    Dana Sipos' hypnotic, tenderly skewed songs are filled with a wild wind. Described as a "consummate singer and songwriter with a wholly unique sound" by No Depression, Sipos’ rhythmic fingerstyle guitar playing is textured and immersive, and her true strength lies as a songwriter. 

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    Fourth Stage

    A collage of sinewy electro-pop and global influences, CHANCES’ performances are revelatory. Singing in English, French and Ojibwe, vocalists Chloé Lacasse and Geveviève Toupin weave exaltant harmonies, as percussionist Vincent Carré hammers out driving rhythms that pay homage to ancient rhythms as much as contemporary club culture. Hailing from Montréal QC, CHANCES harnesses  our collective consciousness into multifaceted electronic pop that’s both jubilant and luxuriant.

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    Fourth Stage

    The sound of Bellflower, led by singer-songwriter Em Pompa, is one that is rare, rich and powerful. Driven by the soul and ingenuity of eight musicians, it conveys a sense of soft vastness that absorbs the listener, of quiet strength born of an enduring union.

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    Rosie & the Riveters

    Fourth Stage

    Channeling the fashion of 60’s vocal groups like The Marvelettes with the gusto of early feminist heroes like Aretha Franklin, Saskatoon’s Rosie and the Riveters make soul-inspired folk for modern times.

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    Madison Violet

    Fourth Stage

    Wildly accessible, playful, and expertly crafted, Madison Violet make Canadian folk-pop for the 21st century.

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    The Young Novelists

    Fourth Stage

    The Young Novelists craft contemporary folk songs with a roots-rock bite and close harmonies reminiscent of Simon & Garfunkel or The Civil Wars. Their last album "made us strangers" earned them a number of accolades including a Canadian Folk Music Award for New/Emerging Artist and the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award.

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    Claude Munson

    Fourth Stage

    Ottawa’s Claude Munson writes uninhibited impressionist-folk.

    Whether drenched in crystalline synths or stripped bare, Munson’s songs tackle modern life and love with radical intimacy. His soaring, gritty tenor paints vivid pictures of hard promises and ecstatic joys: atmospheric narratives that unfold, Rorschach-like.

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    Sam Harvey

    Fourth Stage

    A talented storyteller with his own unique style, Sam draws portraits in song with the skill of a veteran, alternating between humour and poetry. He was a finalist at the 2016 Ma première Place des Arts competition, where the jury praised his songwriting talent. Following the success of his first single, “Belle Montréalaise,” which hit the top of the radio charts, in October 2017 he released his debut album, the folk-rock-country-pop–accented Tirer des leçons.

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    The LYNNeS are Lynn Miles and Lynne Hanson – two award winning singer-songwriters from Ottawa, Canada. 

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    Steve Poltz

    Fourth Stage

    Smart-ass philosopher, hopeless romantic, cosmic vagabond: Steve Poltz is all of these things, as well as a respected singer-songwriter. Mixing maudlin finger-plucked acoustic narratives with life-affirming parables, Poltz is perhaps best known as the co-writer of Jewel’s pop hit “You were meant for me”.

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    Sarah Bradley

    with Amanda Lowe

    Fourth Stage

    Sarah Bradley

    Sarah Bradley voice glows like a bonfire. Emerging as a formiddable new talent of the Franco-Ontarian music scene in the late 2000’s, she was immediately scooped up as the voice of emerging indie-electro band, FEVERS.

    Amanda Lowe

    Born in Sri Lanka, raised on Prince Edward Island and now residing in Ottawa, ON - Amanda Lowe Warnakulasuriya is a multi-lingual singer-songwriter that writes music that can be sweet, heartbreaking, and enchanting. With just her voice, her guitar, a pinch of reverb, and awkward wit she creates a warm inclusive vibe, highlighting life’s dark, cloudy and sunny days

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    Charles-Antoine Gosselin

    Fourth Stage

    Walking in Neil Young and Nick Drake’s footsteps, Charles-Antoine's songs aim to be like short films, a lucid and intimate look at human relationships. His universe is one of contrasts, where solitude meets the crowd and cities vanish into country landscapes.  In search of simplicity, his delicate and personal songs are pure and bare of any artifice.  Sensitive to the core, the artist rises up on stage, where his voice never falters from its goal.

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    Hannah Epperson

    Fourth Stage

    A fragile explosion of colour, tenderness, and sublime verse. Armed with her violin, loop pedal and voice, sonic weaver Hannah Epperson arranges musical landscapes without indulgence or over-saturation.

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    Sharon and Bram

    Southam Hall

    Since 1978, Sharon Hampson and Bram Morrison have been pre-eminent in all aspects of family entertainment across North America as members of the trio “Sharon, Lois & Bram”. Together, the threesome produced over twenty recordings, beginning with their iconic One Elephant, Deux Elephants.

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    Chilly Gonzales

    Southam Hall

    Chilly Gonzales, Grammy-­winning Canadian pianist and entertainer, aims to be a man of his time, approaching the piano with classical and jazz training but with the attitude of a rapper.

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    Gordon Lightfoot

    Southam Hall

    Let’s not mince words here: Gordon Lightfoot is a national treasure. Outside of Canada, he’s a certifiable legend; but these are just words.

  23. Élisapie

    Fourth Stage

    Through myriad projects, Elisapie has established herself as a true Inuit icon. 

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