Young vocal all-stars take stage in Comox

On Saturday, Anela Kahiamoe will host an evening of music featuring three youth vocalists.

On Saturday, Nov. 26 at 7:30, Anela Kahiamoe will host a fantastic evening of live music featuring three outstanding youth vocalists along with Anela’s band The Experimenters.

“This special performance supports our young vocalists by providing a unique opportunity to showcase their outstanding skills, supported by many of the Valley’s first call musicians,” said event organizer Rob Peterson.

Complementing the youth vocalist performances will be individual performances by Anela and The Experimenters Band. This two-set performance promises to be an exceptional evening of live music.

Special mention goes to Mike Eddy, who has contributed his time and exceptional skills to rehearse  and prepare the youth vocalists for the evening performance.

The Vocal All-Stars.

Nicole Borowicz: With a phenomenal natural vocal talent beyond her 17 years, prepare to be wowed. Nicole attends Highland Secondary and has been immersed in singing her entire life in choirs and musical theatre.

Ryan Castle: With an adoration of singing and performing, Ryan Castle loves bringing life to music – new and old. His incredible passion is apparent, and pays tribute to all corners of “music’s map,” respecting and utilizing several genres. Nothing is too much for Castle.

Ben Green: Already a veteran member of the Just in Time Choir, 16-year-old Ben attends Vanier Secondary and loves to sing. Ben is a big fan of jazz, especially the “crooners” and has been performing for many years.

The band

Anela Kahiamoe is one of the finest entertainer/musicians on Vancouver Island with ability to totally engage an audience with his warm stage presence and awesome musicianship.

The Experimenters  include Evan Ehgoetz on pedal steel, Graham Edwards on bass, Kelly Thomas on keyboards and Rob Peterson on drums.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and performance begins at 7:30. Tickets at the door $20, advance $18, youth $15.

Advance tickets available at Bop City in Courtenay, Red Carpet Boutique in Comox and Scorpios Hair Salon in Comox.

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