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The Key of She at the Nook

February 29, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Tickets by donation at the door


Head to the coziest cafe downtown for captivating performances and delicious food and drinks.


Carla Jayne | Singer-Songwriter

Carla Jayne is a folk singer-songwriter originally from Hanna, Alberta. Crafting catchy melodies inspired by nature, her music has been described as a mix between Joni Mitchell and Sheryl Crow. While working on a Bachelor of Music from MacEwan University, over the last year Carla has performed at many venues around Edmonton, including Have Mercy, the Station, Café Blackbird, and Kaleido Arts Festival.

*You can also catch Carla performing in The Key of She at Otto on Wednesday, March 4!


Julia Sorensen & Arienette Zak | Spoken Word

Julia Sorensen and Ari Zak are published poets who often complement their words with musical and visual media. While Ari’s work displays a growing ambivalence with the state of herself and the world as a whole, Julia does her best to contend with the brokenness this shared outlook creates. Their thoughts on loving, being loved, and simply being might just show you how to sew your pieces back together, or at least inspire you to begin to pick them up. 


Judith & Oscar-Jose Garcia | Flamenco

Judith and her amazing husband, Oscar-Jose Garcia – Flamenco Guitarist and Band Director extraordinaire – continue to thrill audiences with their Flamenco productions and Band Concerts in Westlock and Edmonton. Volunteering their time, energy and talent, to give back to the community as often as they are asked. They have taught countless students over the years and continue to do so today because of their love for the arts.




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February 29, 2020
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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The Nook Cafe
10153 97 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0L4 Canada
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(780) 761-6665

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