Joni Mitchell has been fearless and uncompromising in a performing and songwriting career that spans almost six decades. The philosopher, poet, painter, musician, writer, composer and unapologetic feminist is a key defining icon of Canadian music and an undeniable influence on singer-songwriters all around the world. The Juliet Singers bring you their interpretation of Mitchell’s most influential album: Blue. Along with collaborative cellist Joan Harrison, the trio will delve into the 1971 album with all the spirit, passion, and reverence it deserves.
Concert begins at 7:30 PM, house opens at 7 PM, your printed receipt is your ticket. Tickets are non-refundable.
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The Juliet Singers
A dynamic and fresh vocal harmony trio, The Juliet Singers—Rachel Beausoleil, Elise Letourneau, Lindsey Sikora—have burst onto the Ottawa scene with their unique arrangements of jazz standards and contemporary pop classics. Performing both a cappella and accompanied, they are riveting audiences with their rich blend of voices and sumptuous interpretations of jazz and contemporary standards—as well as songs by luminaries such as Carole King, Burt Bacharach, Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, and Henry Mancini—at sold-out shows, private engagements, and house concerts. Individually, the members of The Juliet Singers are professional performers with varied backgrounds who bring jazz, blues, classical, choral, rock, country, world music, and more to the mix. Prepare to be enchanted!