Michel Rivero and Christine Baxter will take the stage Jan. 11 at the Flying Canoe.

Sweet tunes at the Flying Canoe

Do you need a little bit of sunshine to warm you up from the raining days of winter Come down to The Flying Canoe Jan. 11 at 9:30 p.m. Sweet Santa Fe will be sharing original tunes that just may transport you.

Michel Rivero, originally from Cuba meet Christine Baxter on a Canadian/Cuban choral exchange in 2014.

In 2016 they brought this duo to Canadian audience. They are a mix of Cuban and Canadian rhythms with beautifully intricate harmonic blends.

They are authentic, romantic, and fun with influences such as Alison Krauss, Pablo Milanes, Tom Jobim and Sarah McLachlan. Their debut album Santa Fe is the bridging of two cultures and their two songwriting traditions.

For more information, visit sweetsantafe.ca.

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