Spotlight Brunch ft Heartland, Kira Romans & Cheyenne BurynMonday, April 15 2019
Station on Jasper, iMac Management and Rhea March are very pleased to feature:
in the SATURDAY, SPOTLIGHT BRUNCH SERIES #2.
ALL the Artists donate their time and performance in supporting the Children’s Wish Foundation of Edmonton.
11:30 a.m. – 11:50 p.m. – Cheyenne Buryn
11:50 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Kira Romans
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Heartland
Cheyenne Buryn has become quite a performer and singer in the past 2 years.
Cheyenne loves to sing, and you can hear her passion in her powerful and mature voice. Cheyenne rocked the stages last year in the Kdays, Ponoka Stampede and Big Valley Jamboree Talent Contests. She made it to the Semi-Finals for the ATB Homegrown Talent Contest and was able to perform at Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose! She also performed at The Almanac and Station On Jasper, very popular Downtown Edmonton Venues!
Cheyenne is more on the quiet side, but expresses so much in her outstanding drawings & short stories! She says one day she will be an author & do her own illustrating.
Cheyenne Buryn’s accomplishments so far in the music industry have been fabulous and she continues to pursue her passion daily! Exciting things to come for this songstress!
Kira Romans is 20 years old, and is currently in her third year of Elementary Education at the University of Alberta. Kira has been taking private vocal lessons for 12 years, and has always had a passion for music since a very young age. She was involved in the St. Albert Children’s Theatre for 6 years, and performed in 9 productions with them. One of Kira’s most notable roles is when she played Winifred Banks in Bellerose Composite High School’s Production of Mary Poppins in 2016. On Sunday mornings, Kira leads her church in worship with her band called “Grace Note,” and has been singing with the church for 10 years.
Over her 12 years of vocal lessons, Kira has received many awards. Kira is an annual competitor in the St. Albert Rotary Music Festival, and has been the recipient for the Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Vocal and Musical Theatre categories. In 2018, Kira was the recipient of the Christene Murdock Memorial Scholarship for her Musical Theatre ballad performance. She has had the pleasure to have been recommended, and to have performed at provincials for the competition as well.
One of Kira’s goals is to incorporate music into her classroom and teaching. Kira would love to incorporate music into her classroom because she knows how much of an impact music can have on an individual. Although Kira competes vocally, one of her favorite things to do is sing for pleasure. Kira finds that singing is really good for stress management, and brings great joy to her life.
Although Kira competes in the genres of Classical and Musical Theatre, she thoroughly enjoys singing all genres of music. Kira often gigs in the summer for various charity races and events, and performs a wide array of music including the genres of pop, country, jazz, folk and gospel.
The musicians of Heartland were brought together by their love of music. Their dedication and determination has lead them to perform at many venues such as Big Valley Jamboree, Ivan Daines Pick-Nik, The Jeans & Jersey 2019 Fundraiser, and the Willingdon Arena! Heartland is currently working on writing, recording, and producing. Be sure to check out their website, heartlandmusic.github.io for updates! Please enjoy their country rock style!
So come out, enjoy, eat GREAT food and support these Artists.