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Contemporary Celtic singer-songwriter Heather Dale celebrates her 20th album release

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Contemporary Celtic singer-songwriter Heather Dale swung by “Classical Mornings” with Mike Duncan (Jean is away on vacation) to chat about her latest album “Sphere”. Some great discussion about launching your recording career then (hoping to be discovered by a big recording label, pre-internet) vs. now (being an entrepreneur and launching your own label and the world of downloads and streaming).

“Sphere”, a folk/ambient/world music album, will be released at a one-night concert and CD release event. Heather will be joined on stage by the Amphis Chamber Strings, featuring arrangements by long-term collaborator Ben Deschamps, with Amanda Penner and Felix Flores on violin, and Leanne Wright on cello. Jazz percussionist John Stadtlander from Thunder Bay rounds out the ensemble. On the recording, collaborators also included early music specialist Ben Grossman (Loreena McKennitt, Tafelmusik), Maple Blues Award-winning drummer Jim Casson (Dark Orchard), and Canadian producer Dave MacKinnon.

The deets:
Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 7:30 pm. Doors 7:00 pm
Church of the Holy Trinity

19 Trinity Square in downtown Toronto (immediately west of the Eaton Centre, in between Queen and Dundas)
$30
**Some seats are quite hard — feel free to bring a cushion. Venue is fully accessible.

LISTEN and DOWNLOAD the new Sphere album now!

Listen to the interview here:

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