Mossy Gatherings Presents Orit Shimoni. At St. George's Hall A special voice in a turbulent time - Orit Shimoni has spent ten years on the road full-time and counting,
Mossy Gatherings Presents Orit Shimoni.
At St. George’s Hall
A special voice in a turbulent time – Orit Shimoni has spent ten years on the road full-time and counting, with nine highly acclaimed albums and a tenth on the way.
“One of Canada’s most brilliant and lyrically impactful voices… Candid, full of fascination and humour… an exceptional bout of wisdom pours from her captivating sound” – Beatroute Magazine
This show is an all ages event and is fully accessible.
There will be no alcohol.
Doors: 7:30 pm
Concert starts at 8:00 pm
This show is also raising awareness for Second Chance Kids, an organization that provides support to families of Grey and Bruce Counties who have a child who requires lengthy out-of-town hospitalization. They offer both financial and emotional support, as well as advocacy.
Tickets $10. Available at Foto Art Camera Shop Owen Sound or Online at www.mossygatherings.com or at the door
Orit’s songs and performances draw diverse audiences into her profound and universal themes and her storytelling talent, with writing compared to that of Leonard Cohen, and a voice that has been compared to Bonnie Raitt, Norah Jones, and KD Lang. But Orit is a truly unique and prolific artist. In a sea of predictable writing and ‘pretty’ voices. She stands out as a special force with important relateable messages, and a disarming sense of humour.
“I am in love with words. They can contain love and they can change people. They can shape our understanding, and they can be our weapon, or our guard. They grant us with humour, and self-reflection. Words are what give breath meaning, and they are one of the only things we have that will survive past our corporeal demise. Our words and our voices. Let us use both with sincerity, wisdom, passion, and creativity, and by that I mean love.” – Orit Shimoni
Please check out her website: https://www.oritshimoni.com/
(Saturday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
St George's Anglican Church
1049 4th Ave. East.