Dayna Manning  An Evening of Chamber Folk
Sat., Jan. 15 | Mae Wilson Theatre

Dayna Manning An Evening of Chamber Folk

After a discussion with the artists and the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, we have decided to postpone the following performance due to the rise in COVID cases across Saskatchewan. We hope to have more information for you soon, including new dates.
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Time & Location

Jan. 15, 7:00 p.m.
Mae Wilson Theatre, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 0W1, Canada

About the event

After a discussion with the artists and the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, we have decided to postpone the following performance due to the rise in COVID cases across Saskatchewan. We hope to have more information for you soon, including new dates.

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Juno-nominated artist Dayna Manning exemplifies the very best that Canadian Folk music can be. Her cool clear voice along with her insightful songs represent a history of Canadian musical art that goes back to the early ’60s and sounds just as vital today.

A modern renaissance artist, Manning was recently nominated for the 2021 Canadian Folk Music Awards Producer of the Year" for her seventh album, “Morning Light” which features chamber-folk arrangements by Stratford Festival alumnus Ben Bolt-Martin for cello, flute, French horn, and violin. The celebrated video for her first single, "You You You" won the 2021 London Forest City Music Award for Video of the Year.

Manning is known for weaving history and storytelling in her work, including tributes with Canadian ties to The Band’s Richard Manuel; Father Goose himself, Bill Lishman; and may be known most for her beloved tribute to the snow day, "O Snow". In 2011, upon an inspirational request, she penned her popular song, “ Freedom” as an ode to the Canadian Forces Snowbirds.

Manning’s storied twenty-five-year career includes recording collaborations with Sean Ono Lennon, Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Melanie Doane and Ian Tamblyn to name a few. Her touring performances include Lilith Fair, collaborations with Spirit of the West, and tour support for both Burton Cummings and Joe Cocker

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