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This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.

Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.

Venue

Old Fire Hall
1105 1st Avenue
Whitehorse YT Y1A 0X0

Directions

Wednesday, November 16, 2022 at 7:00 PM PST

× Following the current Yukon Government COVID-19 restrictions that have been lifted, the Old Fire Hall will operate at 100% capacity for this event. Social distancing ‘bubbles’ are not in place and other members of the public may be seated next to you. Mask use is recommended.

Ticket Pricing:

Adult: $20.00

Student: $15.00




Erica Dee Mah is a Whitehorse-based multi-instrumental musician, singer-songwriter, and storyteller. This spring, she released The Sargasso Season, an original collection of songs written on the guzheng, a 23-stringed Chinese zither. The album is an exploration of sounds and possibilities on a versatile traditional instrument, and seeks out a place for the guzheng in Canadian folk-roots music. Erica writes about transoceanic journeys, Chinese-Canadian identity across generations, and finding connection in new landscapes. Exclaim! Magazine recently named Erica one of the "must-hear" emerging artists in Canada. She will be performing with an ensemble of talented, classically-trained musicians (Darcy Mccord, Alana Martinson, Toby Moisey, and Jordy Walker), creating a unique orchestral folk sound. Erica's performances are intimate, innovative, and captivating, sure to transport audiences to another world.

Praise for "The Sargasso Season":

"The Sargasso Season is a transfixing orchestral-folk album full of perseverance and hope." - Exclaim!

"Erica Dee Mah’s music is a beautiful expression of how the past connects to our present." - Dominionated

"Add Erica Mah to the list of world class musical talents and innovators to come out of Smithers, B.C." - Roots Music Canada



If you are sick or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. DO NOT attend the performance if you are ill. Please contact the Box Office at (867) 667-8574 or emailing boxoffice@yac.ca if you are unable to attend due to illness.

Performance Notes

In-Person Event

Proof of vaccination is not required for this event.

Masks are highly recommended but are not mandatory for this event.