Aleksi Campagne

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Aleksi Campagne

Nominated for French Songwriter of the Year by the Canadian Folk Music Awards fo...
Event is live streamed / online.Event can be attended in person In-Person + Livestream
8:00pm - 10:30pm  Doors at: 7:00pm $26 advance/ $31 door

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Aleksi Campagne

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The Rogue Folk Club
The Rogue Folk Club is a registered non-profit Society in th...
3214 West 10th Avenue Vancouver BC
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Nominated for French Songwriter of the Year by the Canadian Folk Music Awards for his debut album, Aleksi Campagne is uniquely qualified to offer a contemporary, indie-folk take on the time-honoured fiddle-singing tradition.

​​His original music blends folk songwriting with an edgy, multi-layered sound resulting from his unique combination of voice, violin and looping-effect pedals. In a full-page spread in the Montreal Gazette, Brennan Kelly described him as “not just a folksinger with a guitar!”

Aleksi’s last few years have been a whirlwind! In 2022, Aleksi was selected as a Mariposa Folk Festival Emerging Artist, his single Another Day was picked by Paul Corby as a Top Single of 2022.

In 2023, Aleksi he was celebrated by Tom Coxworth (CKUA host, Folk Routes) as one of the Top 5 Favourite acts at the Folk Alliance International Conference and his single Won’t be Scared was selected as the only Canadian finalist in the Kerrville Folk Festival’s Grassy Hill New Folk Competition for Emerging Songwriters.

In July 2023, Aleksi launched his debut album ‘For the Giving’ as a double bilingual album to critical acclaim. A review in Le Devoir by Sylvain Cormier compared his debut to that of Patrick Watson and Half Moon Run. According to Roots Music Canada, “Aleksi Campagne finessed one of the most musically ambitious accomplishments of the year, an impeccable double album, one set of songs in two conjoined bilingual packages.”

At five years old, Aleksi began performing alongside his mother, Canadian folk icon, Connie Kaldor. At 19, Aleksi moved to Paris to study under jazz violin legend Didier Lockwood. At 21, Aleksi became the only student to have ever been accepted into the classical violin, the jazz violin and the jazz voice performance programs at McGill University. Since then, Aleksi had graced the lineups of some of Canada’ most beloved folk festivals—including the Mariposa Folk Festival, the Regina Folk Festival, and the Northern Lights Festival, among others.

https://www.aleksicampagne.com/

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Mel Lehan Hall at the St. James Community Square
3214 W 10th Ave
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Aleksi Campagne @ Mel Lehan Hall at the St. James Community Square Mar 3 2024 - Mar 3rd @ Mel Lehan Hall at the St. James Community Square

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