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Charlottetown Festival - Live @ The Centre - Confederation Centre of the Arts Theatre - Canada
   
James Hill & Anne Janelle - Song Writer Series March 18, 2017 7:30 pmTickets starting at $20Four strings and a favourite chocolate bar: that's all James Hill - "possibly the best ukulele player in the world" (Waikato Times) - and Anne Janelle - "a cellist of true beauty" (Ottawa Citizen) - had in common when they first met. It was more than enough. Today, they're an award-winning, "utterly world-class" singer-songwriter-ukulele-cello duo (Paul Symes, The Blacksheep Inn).  






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It's true: opposites attract. James grew up playing folk, jazz and blues on his ukulele while Anne was exclusively a classical cellist. But the pair's differences quickly became their biggest asset. The uke is high, the cello is low; the uke plays short notes, the cello long bow strokes; the uke is all about strumming while the cello radiates melody. Like shadows and light in an old photograph, these contrasts are complementary. "We're like a pair of dancers who can't step on each other's feet," jokes James.

Together, James and Anne craft a sound that is intricate, enchanting and engaging: "a crystal clear sound filled with warmth" (Bob Mersereau, CBC). In concert, James is "a dazzling performer with a genial, low-key sense of humour" (Edmonton Journal) and Anne brings her "gorgeous syrupy voice" (Acoustic Magazine) to songs that are "inventive, entertaining, beautifully written and brilliantly performed" (R2 Magazine). In short, a night out with James and Anne is "the perfect evening of tunes, stories and musical virtuosity" (Wellington Dominion-Post).