Sirens is thrilled to present a concert of live music on Saturday, April 10th at 2:30 pm at Spring Park United Church in Charlottetown. 

Artwork by Alana Reddin

The women are really looking forward to this concert, as it will be the first since their “Crazy in Love” cabaret show in February 2020. Since that time, the group has released its debut album Boundless and received four MUSIC PEI award nominations. However, for Sirens, nothing compares to singing for a live audience.

The concert experience will be different, of course. There will be an operational plan in place and public health regulations will be closely followed. The performers will be wearing singing masks. Seating will be socially distanced and limited.

Nonetheless, Sirens will sing music from their debut album, along with songs of separation and togetherness. Come listen to music that soothes, comforts, and energizes.  We are all stronger when we feel that we are in good company.

Tickets are available by pre-sale only via the link below. Audience members are encouraged to make group bookings when possible so that your party is seated within the same cohort. Questions regarding tickets may be directed to Shannon Scales,

Enjoy our newly commissioned work, “In Her Image” by Canadian composer Katerina Gimon! This video is presented by Sirens through the artistic vision of award winning Island filmmaker, Millefiore Clarkes. You’ll find “In Her Image” on Sirens’ new album, Boundless.

The commissioning of “In Her Image” made possible by the SOCAN Foundation. This recording and video was made possible thanks to the support of FACTOR, Canada.