Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous Brings Raine Hamilton to the “Big Horn Trail” Series -- Performing in Northwestern Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia October 2019
Raine Hamilton, Canadian Folk Music Award Recipient for Emerging Artist of the Year 2018
Resonant, acoustic chamber folk with an otherworldly edge, and a lyric presence that cuts deep. Prism-clear vocals and strings; A combination of vocal agility and power.
AWAKE. LISTENING. PRESENT.
[October 1, 2019] Home Routes/Chemin Chez Nous house concert network presents Raine Hamilton on the ‘Big Horn Trail’ house concert series this October. Raine is touring Northwestern Alberta and Northeastern BC October 15 through 27, 2019, kicking off October 15 in Grimshaw, AB. Full schedule is below, and at https://www.homeroutes.ca/homeroutes-artists/raine-hamilton/.
Big Horn Trail Dates - Raine Hamilton
October 17, 2019 Grimshaw, AB
October 18, 2019 Fairview, AB
October 19, 2019 Cotillion, AB
October 20, 2019 Dawson Creek, BC
October 22, 2019 Hudson’s Hope, BC
October 23, 2019 Tumbler Ridge, BC
October 24, 2019 Wembley, AB
October 25, 2019 Valleyview, AB
October 26, 2019 Edmonton, AB
October 27, 2019 Evansburg, AB
To attend any of these shows, please contact Home Routes/ Chemin Chez Nous HERE or via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (204) 480-3380, Toll-free in Canada: 1 (866) 925-6889. The full Home Routes schedule can be accessed online at homeroutes.ca.
Big Horn Trail - Northwestern AB
Oct 15-27, 2019: Raine Hamilton (MB)
Nov 9-22, 2019: Logan McKillop (MB)
Jan 26-Feb 8, 2020: David Boulanger (QC
Feb 25-Mar 8, 2020: Brigitte Jardin (YT)
March 25-Apr 6, 2020: Arthur & Fred of The Navigators (NL)
Apr 23-May 6, 2020: Ken Whiteley (ON)
About Raine Hamilton
Raine Hamilton writes resonant, acoustic chamber folk with an otherworldly edge, and a lyric presence that cuts deep. Prism-clear vocals and strings; A combination of vocal agility and power. She recently received a 2018 Canadian Folk Music Award for Emerging Artist of the Year.
Her new album, Night Sky, tips between the earthly and the otherworldly; it is anchored in relatable lived experience, while reaching into the space just beyond, thinning the veil between here and there, affording safe passage to the rough and beautiful places. Raine’s ethereal voice and lyrics are at the forefront of these powerful and relatable tunes, written both in English and in French. Alongside cello or double bass, and with Raine on violin or guitar, these songs have a moving string quartet feel with a cosmic reach.
Raine is also a charming and funny storyteller, pairing her vulnerable tunes with engaging story intros. Raine believes that music is for everyone, and that we all have something to share. An experienced educator, Raine offers workshops in songwriting and fiddle tune writing (EN/FR). Raine also offers concerts with American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, to help make live music and the community that comes with it accessible to the Deaf community.
Cello accompanist Natanielle Felicitas is an experienced freelance collaborator whose intuitive style resonates with a broad range of audiences and performers alike. Learning the cello while growing up in Edmonton, Nat draws from her classical training to accompany musicians from folk music to experimental noise projects. Currently collaborating and touring with Raine Hamilton, other adventures include: touring Canada & UK with JP Hoe, composing and performing for theatre productions, and growing a list of session recordings (Raine Hamilton, KEN Mode, Logan McKillop, Joanne Pollock, Madeleine Roger,). In addition to the cello, Nat carries a nose-flute with her, in case of emergencies.
Big Horn Trail
The Big Horn Trail is a project of Home Routes/Chemin Chez Nous, presenting Canadian and international artists to audiences in Northwestern Alberta, Northeastern British Columbia, and throughout Canada.
Home Routes’ programming emphasizes artistic excellence, and diverse and entertaining performances that leave audiences breathless and wanting more.
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Raine Hamilton Links:
Trail Schedule: https://www.homeroutes.ca/homeroutes-artists/raine-hamilton/