You’re invited to a great night of music at the Lennox and Addington County Museum in Napanee. On Thursday, October 25th at 7pm, join folk musician Melanie Hilmi for a performance Live at the Museum.
Melanie Hilmi is a singer-songwriter as well as a co-producer and member of the alternate-folk band The Belleregards. After getting her start in her hometown of Belleville, Melanie now graces the stage with her guitar and amazing voice, performing to sell-out crowds across the globe. It’s sure to be a fun evening at the museum that you won’t want to miss.
'Live at the Museum' is proudly presented by the County of Lennox & Addington. Tickets are $3 each and are available at the door. Find out more at www.CountyMuseum.ca or call 613-354-3027.
About Melanie Hilmi:
Melanie Hilmi is a singer-songwriter raised in Belleville, Ontario. Throughout the years as a songwriter, Hilmi has written extensively with other artists leading to a finalist spot in the International Songwriting Competition based out of Nashville, as well as multiple song placements in film and television. In 2010 after co-producing and releasing a solo album entitled Revolution, Melanie attended the audio production program at The Harris Institute in Toronto to hone her craft as a producer and engineer. As a vocalist Melanie has had the privilege of performing alongside numerous accomplished performers and continues to lend her vocals to various national TV spots with clients such as Nestlé and McDonalds.
Currently, Melanie is producing other artists as well as working on another solo project set to be released fall 2018. She is also a member of the alt-folk band The Belleregards, who have toured extensively across North America and the UK. The Belleregards released their fourth album in June 2018.