Originally from Fort McMurray, Alberta, Katrina Kadoski is a Sooke-based singer-songwriter and playwright . Kadoski’s earlier music took inspiration from Lilith Fair, a traveling music festival, which she attended in the late 90s. She has recently released her fifth studio
recording “Soul Anthems.” Her other recordings include “Edgedwellers”(2022), “After The Shipwreck”(2020) and “Dreamtime”(2016). She has packaged these recordingstogether as a USB box set called the ‘Elemental Tiny Tin,’ which also includes a few music videos and a songbook that mentions how each piece was inspired. Driven by her love for being onstage, Kadoski has performed for many audiences
in Canada, the US, England, Ireland and Mexico. Her goal has always been to help audiences connect with their hearts and develop courage and willingness to do powerful healing. She will be accompanied on this tour by Red Deer musician and technician Carl Stretton.
Hosted by Dawna Lockhart at 805 Hodder Ave on Sunday June 18 at 7pm. Limited seating. Call or text 807-629-8162 to reserve your spot. Coffee, tea and some snacks provided. You’re welcome to bring other beverages.