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Day 2 - Kingston Indie Scene

Thu, Oct 14, 20217:00 pm
Isabel Digital Concert Hall
IMAGINE Online Festival
  • Emilie Steele and the Deal
    Emilie Steele and the Deal

Kingston Indie Scene



The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts asked itself, “What CAN we do that would amplify the voices and creativity of artists, students, creators, and educators in a rapidly-evolving multi-platform world?”   Supported through the Ballytobin Foundation, the Isabel created its new IMAGINE Project Creation @ the Isabel program that supported Kingston artists and beyond in their creation-based artist and creator residencies, online arts education initiatives, film creation, audio recording creation, and high-fidelity streaming.


Join us to hear new works by Kingston’s excellent indie artists recorded on audio and/or video. These amazing musicians are knocking the ball out of the park with their energy and inspiration.


Moira Demorest – Kingston pianist and singer combining enthusiasm for music, live theatre, and activism performing This Time of Year                                                                                 

Emilie Steele and the Deal – Kingston sonic trio indie band performing Rose Bush, Splinter, and Roadrunner

Shook Planet (Ted Evans) - is a Kingston singer, songwriter and producer from Canada putting out fresh punk, rock, and electronic songs performing They Said and Kill Your Old Self

Kasador – Kingston indie band performing Squeeze, The City, Butterflies, and Brood and Bloom                                                                               

Kelli Trottier -  Kingston fiddler, composer, step dancer and her band performing The Cows Aren’t Coming Home, Ballytobin

The Gertrudes - Kingston indie folk band performing Boys Town and Parham       



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Supported by the Ballytobin Foundation