Advanced Diploma student Grace Clark will perform a pop/indie set.
Born and raised in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Métis artist Grace Clark has had a passion for music since the age of three when she began playing piano. At age seven, Grace picked up the fiddle and quickly immersed herself in the northern performing arts community playing at various festivals and hosting local open mic nights in Yellowknife. She taught herself guitar in high school, and has since blossomed into the singer & songwriter we know today.
Grace’s sweet melodies and passionate lyrics build a delicate but enticing world, reflecting on love and loss, and themes that you will want to dive right into! Grace draws inspiration from influences such as Lennon Stella, Olivia Dean, and Etta James. With hints of blues in her vocals, she creates a dynamic Indie Pop sound with an emotional edge.
Joining her onstage will be Evans Daybell-Chambers on guitar, Max Spielman on drums, Siji Olunuga on keys, Sapphire Guthrie and Juliana Kopp on background vocals, Nieva Cunningham on the cello, and Dave Marfleet on bass.
Grace’s voice is what drives her the most, and you will surely see this growing artist paving her own path in the music industry!
The Showcase 2022 concert series is open to the entire community.
Doors open for Showcase 2022 concerts at 7 p.m. with performances starting at 7:30 p.m. Admission is by donation and you should arrive early to guarantee a seat. Masks are optional for all audience members. Proof of vaccination is not required for this and other educational post-secondary events as per the orders of the Provincial Health Officer.