The culmination of two years of education and training at Selkirk College's Tenth Street Campus, second-year students in the Contemporary Music & Technology Program hit the stage for the annual semester ending showcase concert series during March and April.
A wide range of genres and exceptional talent will be on display at Nelson’s Shambhala Music & Performance Hall when second-year students in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program hit the stage for the annual showcase concert series.
On April 5, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall listen to Nella Banner (electro-acoustic) and Matt Flank (country rock).
Nella is a multi-instrumentalist with an eclectic musical background in styles such as jazz, classical, folk and electronica. As both a solo performer and collaborative artist, she has had the opportunity to perform across a spectrum of genres and disciplines. She has played both tenor saxophone and violin with several indie band endeavours on Vancouver Island as well as toured across BC and Canada. Nella was raised in the quaint northern community of Smithers where she found her roots in fiddling and folk music. She is currently studying violin and composition at Selkirk College’s Contemporary Music & Technology program in Nelson. During her time at Selkirk College, Nella has discovered her love for the studies and pursuit of electroacoustic music, which will be showcased in her graduation performance on April 5. Her original compositions will be performed both with a band and as a solo looping act.
Doors open at 7 and admission is by donation.
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