Ken Lavigne will be taking to the stage Saturday in Preeceville for what is described as a high-energy show.
The concert is the first in a set of three concerts scheduled for the 2015-16 season by the Whitehawk Arts Council.
Lavigne is a highly acclaimed tenor who, for the last nine years, has performed on many stages around the world, including New York’s Carnegie Hall. He has worked with producer David Foster, performed for Prince Charles, and has released his fifth solo CD, entitled Showtime.
Recently, he returned from an extensive spring tour that had him performing in San Francisco and Seoul, South Korea. Lavigne continues to tour extensively across Canada as a soloist with symphonies and small ensembles, showcasing his touring show which is entitled The Road to Carnegie Hall.