Singer Serena Ryder, who is nominated for two Junos this year, will perform in Toronto on April 11.
She’ll play the Danforth Music Hall in support of her latest album Harmony.
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Harmony is about “the order of the universe, the combination of the elements, people, relationships [and] self-defined identities,” Ryder wrote on her website.
“Even more simplistic, it’s the merging of symbiotic notes that join together to make the music louder, bigger.”
Ryder is up for the Juno for adult alternative album of the year for Harmony and for single of the year for Stompa.
Stompa was featured on Grey’s Anatomy, hit No. 14 on the U.S. charts, and was certified platinum in Canada.
Ryder is no stranger to the Junos – she’s taken home three awards. Her first was in 2008, when she won best new artist. She also won adult alternative album in 2009, for Is it O.K., and video of the year in 2010 for A Little Bit of Red.