LIVELab Hybrid Concert Series: Alex Whorms
Sep 23, 2022
7:30PM to 9:30PM
Date(s) - 23/09/2022
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
In Memory of Carl Turkstra
incite Foundation for the Arts Presents
LIVELab Hybrid Concert Series 2022-2023
Alex Whorms & Band
Konrad Swierczek (bass), Nigel Stewart (drums), and Stephen Orr (guitar)
In-person and LIVEStreamed from the LIVELab
Friday, September 23, 2022
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM ET
Doors open at 6:30 PM
In-person General Admission: $20
In-person Student Admission: $10
LIVEStream: Free (register to receive link)
Optional participation in a LIVELab experiment investigating motion and emotion for both in-person and livestreamed audiences!
All information and invitation to participate in the Audience Experience Study will be sent to the email used for registration.
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Listen to Alex Whorms
A grand piano has 88 keys: Canadian singer-songwriter Alex Whorms intends to play all of them throughout her career. The 2019 recipient of the Hamilton Arts Award for Emerging Artist in Music is quickly gaining recognition for her dramatic musical arrangements, which combine aspects of indie, pop and orchestral music.
Since the 2017 release of her debut EP Our Lives, Whorms has performed over 100 concerts in Canada and New York City, both as a soloist and with her band. Some of her career highlights so far include performances at Hamilton’s 2018 Festival of Friends and Canadian Music Week 2019. Whorms’ 2019 single Sunset debuted on CBC Radio One’s “In The Key of C”, and tracks from Our Lives charted on several regional radio stations.
Stay tuned after the concert for LIVELab’s “Science Snapshot” with Dana Swarbrick, Doctoral Researcher Fellow, RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time, and Motion, University of Oslo
Merch Table and Meet and Greet with Alex Whorms after the Concert!
This concert will be livestreamed and video recorded
This concert is generously supported by incite Foundation for the Arts, McMaster University Alumni, TD Insurance and Long & McQuade Musical Instruments