STAV.’s music has been described as soulful and honest, with soaring melodies and bursts of rhythmic fire. (Submitted)

Australian musician STAV makes stop in Chilliwack on Canadian tour

Cowork Chilliwack and Living Room Live present STAV live in concert

Cowork Chilliwack has partnered with Living Room Live to bring Folk Alliance Australia’s Young Artist of the Year to Chilliwack.

Appearing in the Cowork Chilliwack studio theatre on Feb. 27, multi-lingual singer-songwriter STAV. will entertain a Fraser Valley audience eager to hear her expressive voice and her natural affinity for guitar in an intimate, acoustic setting.

STAV. (Stav Shaul) was born in Israel, and raised in New South Wales, Australia. She’s making her first appearances in Canada this year. Her music has been described as soulful and honest, with soaring melodies and bursts of rhythmic fire.

“We’re thrilled to host STAV. in Chilliwack. We think her music will appeal to a wide-range of people, and our theatre will allow audience members to get up close and personal with STAV.,” said Michael Berger, community manager at Cowork Chilliwack.

“While Living Room Live is Canada’s classical house concert network, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to bring STAV. to Chilliwack. She’s an exciting young artist, and we’re excited to help her on her Canadian tour,” said Nicola Davies, executive director at Living Room Live.

STAV. will be appearing at Cowork Chilliwack’s studio theatre on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Doors are at 7 p.m. and the performance starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance, or $30 at the door. Tickets are available at bit.ly/stavchilliwack.

Cowork Chilliwack (www.coworkchilliwack.com) is a shared workspace for entrepreneurs, and features a unique 55-seat studio theatre. Cowork Chilliwack helps solo-preneurs, emerging businesses and small teams get their start and helps build their businesses and the Chilliwack community.

Living Room Live (www.livingroomlive.ca) creates classical music opportunities for listeners and musicians, through tour routes in locations across Canada. They bring art into everyday life.

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