Two years ago, Heather Nova played a remarkable acoustic set in a sold-out Arminius, an experience she liked so much that she wants to return this fall. The ideal evening to get to know the work of Heather Nova all over again!
Heather Nova was born in Bermuda to a Canadian mother and a Bermudian father. She spent most of her childhood on a 40-foot boat with her family. In the middle of the tropical ocean, music became the designated daily activity and it has remained that way for the rest of the way.
Since her big breakthrough record Oyster, Nova has performed her unique balance of adult pop and rock – with the poetic influence of her idols Patti Smith and Kate Bush – all over the world. That has resulted in a successful career in which albums such as Storm from 2003 and 300 Days At Sea regularly stormed the European charts.
Nova continues to release new music at a prolific pace. Her ninth international studio album, The Way It Feels, leaned towards the country and folk, while the less polished, electrical Pearl drew lofty comparisons to Oyster – which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2019.
This semi-seated concert is presented by Rotown, MOMO Concerts & Arminius.