Ariana M and Curtis Thorpe
Ariana M and Curtis Thorpe are two multi-instrumentalists who live and perform in Montréal, Canada, having relocated from their native Nova Scotia in early 2017. Their large repertoire consists mainly of vintage popular songs from around the world sung in 9 languages and performed on a variety of instruments.
Ariana can and will sing almost anything. You can catch her interpreting jazz, soul, chanson and world classics as well as playing saxophone, accordion and violin. In 2015 she created and toured a tribute show to French greats Édith Piaf and Jacques Brel which she and Curtis still present by request.
Curtis is a versatile player who has equal finesse whether he is playing guitar, harmonica or the hammered dulcimer. In the duo show he is a one-man band playing guitar, harmonica and percussion simultaneously.
In the summer of 2018, Ariana Nasr & Curtis Thorpe released a CD titled “Padam Padam” featuring classics from France, the Balkans and the Americas.
For more information visit their websites:
Opening: Judy Gelsthorpe
Power at both ends of the sound system! A graduate of Trebas Institute, Judy has been the Coffee House sound engineer for over a decade, helping to make all our visiting artists sound wonderful. But she is also great on the other side of the sound board, a singer songwriter who can deliver her own pieces as well as interpretations of some your favorite folk classics. Judy’s performances remind you of why we love live music.
We will be limiting the audience to 90 in an effort to keep you all healthy. Tables will be set for 6 and will be spread out a little more than in the past.
Ticket sales will begin at 7:00 pm in the Church. Doors to the hall will open at 7:30 pm.
Tickets $10 on sale at the door
24 Maple Ave.
We ask that everyone follow the guidance of social distancing – say hello and smile from a short distance. We welcome and encourage masking.