An exciting young singer named Katy Carr will perform in Buffalo on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. at Canisius College.
Check out her music here:
Katy’s recent songs deal with real-life Polish heroes of WWII; a man who escaped Auschwitz dressed as a Nazi, a woman who sheltered a group of Jewish people, and a bear that delivered ammunition to Polish troops.
Katy sings about these historical characters in a modern way, and invites people of all generations to enjoy her performances.
Katy’s mom was born in Poland, while her father is English-Scottish. Katy sings in both English and Polish, and lives in London.
Her Buffalo performance will take place in the beautiful Montante Cultural Center, a hall converted from a historic church, at Canisius College.
Admission is $10, $5 for students.
The event is being organized by the Polish Legacy Project of Buffalo-WWII and The Permanent Chair of Polish Culture at Canisius College.
|WHAT:||Polish-British Singer Katy Carr|
|WHERE:||Montante Center at Canisius College
2063 Main St.
Buffalo, N.Y. 14208
|WHEN:||February 24th, 2013, 2pm|
|LINKS:||Kommander’s Car Video
Movie Trailer for Kazik and the Kommender’s Car Film
Interview with Katy Carr on Video
Wywiad po Polsku z Katy Carr
Katy Carr’s YouTube Channel
Katy Carr w polskiej TV