Anna Fermin and her band will play holiday favorites and alt-country original songs of Americana. Recently the subject of a Chicago Tribune interview by music critic Greg Kot, Fermin is described as “a singer with a striking voice and a songwriter with a feel for the indelible image.” The Filipino-born singer immigrated to the United States with her family at a young age and found herself growing up in America‘s dairy land, Kenosha, Wisconsin. Classically trained in piano, voice, and violin, she picked up the acoustic guitar when she moved to Chicago.
A special holiday reception prepared by the Fine Arts Committee follows the concert. Free admission, donations welcome.