Award winning folk singer-songwriter Audra Kubat will be a featured performer at the Detroit Institute of Arts as part of their ongoing Sunday Music Bar series. There will be two afternoon performances at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday, August 16. The show will also feature fellow songbirds Emily Rose and Michelle Held accompanying her.
The concert is part of the DIA's Sunday Music Bar series of showcasing some of the city's finest talent. It takes place in the relaxing atmosphere of the magnificent Kresge Court inside the museum where you can enjoy a coffee, wine or mixed drink while basking in the sound and beauty of the surroundings.
Audra will perform a set of new songs and old classics backed by musical cohorts Emily & Michelle. The three songwriters have been performing select shows together for the past year and a half and have delighted audiences at each event with their powerful emotional performances.
The DIA is located at 5200 Woodward Ave. in Detroit. 313-833-7900, www.dia.org Admission to the show is free with free entry to the museum if you are a resident of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties with your valid I.D.
Audra is currently in the studio putting the finishing touched on her sixth album due to be released this fall. She is host of the monthly DIME (Detroit Institute of Music Education) open mic nights at the school where she also teaches music to a new generation of budding musicians. www.dime-detroit.com.
For more information on Audra Kubat please visit www.audrakubatmusic.com