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Saturday, March 12 8:00pm
Harrison Memorial Hall
Tickets: $22.00
"I greatly enjoyed Patricia Cano’s show. Her sincerity, sensitivity, and the anecdotes on her family and her origins touched very many people (…) beginning with me. Patricia literally radiates on stage. She is truly made for live concerts."
~ Luce Couture, Centennial Theatre (Sherbrooke)

Patricia Cano was born in Sudbury, ON where she grew up in a Peruvian household. Upon graduating from University of Toronto in Theatre and Spanish Literature, Patricia spent five years working in Paris (France) with the world-renowned theatre company Le Théâtre du soleil, during which time she was sent to Seoul (South Korea) for three months to study traditional South Korean folk singing and drumming. After leaving the French company, Patricia spent 7 months in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) listening, playing, singing and feeling her way through the exceptional Carioca music scene!
In 2009, Patricia launched her singing career here at home with her debut album called “This is the New World”, co-created — in four languages — with her Brazilian musical partner, Carlos Bernardo. This album won “Best Album — Solo artist” at the NOMFA 2011 (North Ontario Music & Film Award Conference).
Another very important musical influence in Patricia’s artistic career is Tomson Highway, Canada’s premiere Cree playwright and composer. Since 2001, Patricia has toured the world alongside Tomson Highway, singing and performing his songs and stories in a one-woman Cree cabaret. From Montreal to Rio de Janeiro to Prague and beyond, this collaboration continues today.
For the Harrison audience she will be presenting her concert IIlusión, first presented at the Luminato Festival 2013. In this show, Patricia Canoshares her rich cultural heritage with exceptional generosity, delving into the repertoire of her debut album “This is The New World” made up almost entirely of original works, with a few traditional pieces, in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Influenced by South American folk forms such as Afro-Peruvian rhythms and samba, Patricia’s music is driven by the groove of jazz, and the soul of folk & blues. On stage, the energy that inhabits her is powerful to behold, and the breath, colour and textures of her voice change with every emotion expressed through her words and music.
Tickets available: 
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