We’re taking things back indoors! Celebrate the end of the week and the start of the weekend with Fourth Fridays. This month, we’ve got a special performance by Jamaican-Canadian artist Joni NehRita who blends jazz and soul with Caribbean and Brazilian influences!
Enjoy free admission to the Civic Museum from 5 to 9 p.m, and a free concert starting at 7 p.m. Pre-registration and proof of vaccination (or medical exemption) is required to attend, and visitors will be asked to wear masks at all times except when eating or drinking.
Due to high demand for seating, please arrive at the Museum and take your seat by 6:50 pm. Seats not claimed by this time may be re-assigned to rush line visitors.
Please let us know in advance if you can no longer attend so we can release the ticket to others wishing to attend.
Reserve your tickets via Eventbrite.
About the Artist:
Joni NehRita writes songs about cultivating love, hope and equity.
The self-produced songwriter’s jazz-tinged brand of soul is infused with infectious melodies and grooves while her provocative lyrics deliver much food for thought. She has played concerts throughout North America, Australia, England, France, Germany & Oman & has been a guest vocalist with the KW Symphony & Hamilton Philharmonic.
In addition to being a performer, NehRita has been a music educator for 20 years, teaching both privately as well as in workshop/masterclass format in high schools & libraries. Highlights include being a guest teacher at Wilfrid Laurier University & Seneca at York as well as being a speaker at The University of Guelph’s “Thinking Spaces” series. She is also a TED KitchenerEDx speaker and regularly gives keynote address for organizations.
Missed the event? No problem, you can watch the full performance on our YouTube Channel:
Fourth Fridays are generously sponsored by Beth & Ryan