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Maïa Davies

  • Performance
  • Album Launch Show
  • Music
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PHI Centre Espace 1
407 Saint-Pierre St
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2M3

Album Launch Schedule
Doors: 7:30 PM
Music: 8:30 PM

All ages

Price in advance: $25
Price day of the event: $30

*Fees included, taxes not included.

The artist presents her album launch show: a powerful solo experience on piano, where she sings her potently raw lyrics and talks to the audience about what it means to heal.

Support: Emilie Kahn

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Maïa Davies

Montreal’s Maïa Davies is an award winning, Juno-nominated, SOCAN #1 bilingual Canadian songwriter, recording artist and producer. Getting her start in the Warner Music-signed folk band Ladies of the Canyon, she has released two solo albums in French and penned over 12 top ten commercial radio hits for Canadian music artists, including Mother Mother and Serena Ryder.

Maïa has collected new sorrowful, introspective songs in English for her upcoming solo release on Acronym/Universal; the kind of achingly honest music that can only be generated from a wound so painful it needs space and time to heal. Packed with piano-driven compositions that instantly and intentionally recall the incandescent baroque pop of Tori Amos and Kate Bush, her new body of work finds Davies wistfully weaving elements of pop and classical into well-crafted motifs, tempering the lyrical sting with nostalgic melodies and buttery vocals. The result is a musical tale shared with empathy and composed with heart, confessional and piercing in its intimacy and scope.

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Emilie Kahn

Emilie Kahn’s new album, Maybe (Secret City Records, 2023), is a collection of shimmering, lovesick pop music, dispatched from the space between yes and no. Over 14 tracks, the Montreal harpist and singer oscillates from sunburned hopelessness to a quickening confidence. Emilie has released two previous albums (the first, 2015’s 10,000, under the moniker Emilie & Ogden, followed by Outro, under her own name, in 2019), toured with notable acts such as Half Moon Run, and earned accolades everywhere from The New York Times and Mojo to KCRW and BBC 6Music.

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