Coeur de Pirate presents

Coeur de Pirate

Sarah Bradley

Friday, February 1, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Bronson Centre Theatre

Ottawa, ON

advance tickets SOLD OUT - please watch the FB event for news on tickets opening up due to reseller cancellations


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tickets limit of four per household/credit card. 

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tickets purchased by suspected resellers are subject to cancellation.


presented by Beau's All Natural Brewery, with the support of Ontario Creates.

Coeur de Pirate
Coeur de Pirate
Cœur de Pirate is the solo project of award-winning singer-songwriter and pianist Béatrice Martin. She released her self-titled debut album in September 2008, to immediate national and international acclaim, before returning in November 2011 with her sophomore album, Blonde. In 2014, Martin provided the soundtrack to Radio-Canada’s hit medical series, Trauma, as well as the original score to Ubisoft’s video game, Child of Light. Cœur de Pirate has now sold more than one million albums worldwide and counting.

Martin returns in 2015 with her third album, a collection of songs that finds the artist boldly expanding her horizons and modernizing her approach. The intoxicating first single “Carry On”, which was recorded in Stockholm with producer Bjorn Yttling (Peter Bjorn and John, Franz Ferdinand, Lykke Li), signals the end of an era and ushers in another, where Martin reflects more deeply on her life up to that point.
Sarah Bradley
Sarah Bradley
Sarah Bradley is a musician based in Ottawa, ON. Alongside her keyboard, she captivates her audience with her soulful voice and her songwriting—full of emotion and sincerity. Her musical influences are pulled from a wide array of genres, but her ambient-pop sound remains her own.

Sarah’s solo singing and songwriting has earned her an esteemed spot in the Franco-Ontarian music scene. In 2009, she participated in the competition La Brunante, where she finished in 2nd place. She then took part in the contest Ontario Pop in 2010, where she won the prize of Prix de la Première Chaîne de Radio-Canada. She has since had the opportunity to open for established Francophone artists such as Louis-Phillipe Robillard at the National Arts Center, Andréa Lindsay, Caracol, and Soir de Semaine.

Sarah is also a proud member of Ottawa’s electro scene. In 2011, she joined the electro-indie-rock band FEVERS, who’s quick success has had her and her bandmates playing major festivals in Ottawa, including Ottawa Bluesfest, Tulip Festival, Capital Pride, JUNOfest and the Festival de l’Outaouais Émergent.
Venue Information:
Bronson Centre Theatre
211 Bronson Avenue
Ottawa, ON, K1R 6H4