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March
20
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The Bailey Theatre

1501 Cedar Avenue
Trail, BC V1R 4C7
Phone: (250) 368-9669

Kym Gouchie Trio – Streaming Performance

March 20 @ 7:15 pm - 8:25 pm

Trail & District Arts Council’s 6 Beats Apart Series presents

Kym Gouchie Trio – Streaming Show

Saturday Mar 20th – Virtual Doors at 7:15 pm with show 7:30 – 8:30 pm. Followed by a discussion between Kym Gouchie & Bailey Theatre Executive Director Nadine Tremblay.

Pick-Your-Price! You can chose to pay any amount between $0 and $50.00 for your virtual tickets. Only one ticket is needed per screen so everyone in your household can watch the show on one virtual ticket. If you have tickets for the original in-person show, please contact our box office for a refund or to convert your tickets.

About the Kym Gouchie Trio

Kym Gouchie’s ancestral roots are in the Lheidli T’enneh, Cree and Secwépemc Nations, Kym Gouchie is fostering change through her music and art. Kym’s traditional hand drum, clean, crisp acoustic guitar and full-bodied voice make her a powerful artist. Traditional First Nations, folk, and country tones alongside poignant and inspirational lyrics capture the hearts of young and old — her genuine and heartfelt performances in her trio have a profound and often emotional impact on her audience. Her music brings awareness to First Nations and women’s issues, promoting reconciliation and community building while reminding us that we are all in this together. Her stories are a testament to the human spirit, weaving together threads of her own journey from personal tragedy to triumph.

Highlights in recent years include: being one of four featured performers on BC Premier John Horgan’s LIVE online concert at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown; receiving Stingray Music’s “Rising Star” award; performing her songs and interviewing LIVE on CBC Radio’s The Current during a special broadcast on the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls; having her song “Sister Rain” hit #1 on National Indigenous Music’s Top 40 Countdown; having her song “For the People” chosen and featured on a national CD produced by Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission to educate Canadians about the Residential School Legacy.

Kym is currently working on various projects which include a Children’s Album geared towards resurrecting and teaching her Indigenous language, and she’s writing a one-woman play titled ‘Her Blood Runs Through My Braids’ which is an expose honouring her four Grandmothers and how their lives have taught and inspired her. A respected artist and elder-in-training of the Lheidli T’enneh Nation, also known as Prince George, BC, Kym is sought after to perform and speak at traditional welcoming ceremonies, cultural gatherings, schools, and conferences.

Accompanying artist: Brigitte Demeter
Recording and performing artist “Brigitte” is a keyboardist/singer/songwriter/producer who is credited on over 40 recording projects with award-winning artists including Kym Gouchie, Mike Gouchie, Leah West, Centrefire, and Dan Rothery. She composes and performs music in a wide range of genres — pop, AC, folk, country, rock and orchestral instrumental. She has appeared on Nashville’s “Starseek” and performed and hosted a stage at the Merritt Mountain Music Fest. Brigitte has recorded/released her own music and played with the classic rock/original band “Wheelhouse” for more than 20 years. She is a regular adjudicator for the Junos and FACTOR.

Accompanying artist: Thurein Myint
An eclectic and accomplished artist, teacher, producer, Thurein Myint started his music production career at the tender age of 14 in his family’s analog studio (Musicworld Studios) in his native country of Burma. He’s been a professional songwriter and musician for over 25 years, playing classical and jazz guitar both as a solo artist and in his Jazz trio band (Thurein Myint Jazz Trio) across Canada and overseas. He is a coveted for-hire studio and gigging musician and has served on the committee of the Kiwanis Music Festival, with special designation as Discipline Captain for the Popular Music category. He continues to ply his trade at both local theatres and international music festivals, keeping him in touch with the needs of the audience.

Tickets may be purchased online 24/7 or by calling the Box Office at 250-368-9669 from Monday to Friday 12-4 pm. Streaming ticket sales end 15 minutes after show start time. We recommend that you do a test run Thursday or Friday using the computer and/or screen that you will be using for watching the show. The show won’t be streaming, but you will be able to see the ‘screen’ displaying a ‘Starting Soon’ message. If you have issues, call us at the Box Office 250-368-9669 and we’ll do our best to help.

How to Access the Streaming Show:

1. Go to the Bailey Theatre’s ticketing website thebailey.ca

2. Click on ‘log in’ located in the upper right corner of the page

3. Log in by entering your user name and password. Your user name is your email address..the same one that this email is addressed to. If you don’t remember your password or have never set up a password, click thet password reset button. You will receive a password reset email from our system that will allow you to reset your password. This can take up to 30 minutes. You can also call us at the box office and we will send you a password reset email.

4. Once logged in, your Account Home page will open.

5. Click on the ‘Tickets for Upcoming Performances’ box under the My Patron Services column. A new page will open with a list of your shows.

6. Find the Kym Gouchie Trio show and click on the WATCH button.

7. This wll take you to the ‘screen’. If the show hasn’t started, you will see a ‘starting soon’ message. If it is after 7:15 pm on March 20th, just press play and you’ll be able to see the streaming show.

8. At 7:15 on Masrch 20th, a Bailey Theatre slide show will play for 15 minutes and then the Kym GouchieTrio performance will start.

9. Sit back and enjoy the show!

Our Six Beats Apart Series is sponsored by Kootenay Savings Credit Union, Century 21, McEwan Law, Trail Beer Refinery and Teck Metals Ltd. Our programming is made possible thanks to funding from the Government of British Columbia, BC Arts Council, BC Touring Council, Canadian Heritage, and the Vancouver Foundation.