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Reade Gauvin

Folk, Indie, Jazz
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Reade Gauvin is a jazz/folk singer-songwriter and pianist from Moncton, New Brunswick. She recently graduated from the Music Performance Program at Holland College. Her songwriting style is eclectic, as is her taste in music. She has worked as a Music Theory Tutor at Holland College, a Music Coordinator at Northwood Care Home, and she currently teaches voice, ukulele, and songwriting at the Long & McQuade Lessons Centre in Charlottetown. 

Reade is most inspired to create when she has meaningful conversations with those she loves dearly, or those of whom she thinks are intriguing characters. Her audience is captivated by her works, because through her unique perspective of universally human experiences, she can find the words to say something that’s been said a million times in a way it’s never been said before. This is why she was a selected artist for Music NB's Conference 506, and was given the opportunity to showcase at the Aberdeen Cultural Centre in October 2022. In 2021, she was chosen to receive the Jane Leblanc Legacy Fund Music Award, for her excellence in songwriting. She is in the process of creating her debut single with the help of Olivier LeBlanc, Cat LeBlanc, and Colin Fowlie. She continues to write, perform, and teach in Charlottetown.

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