Internationally-renowned guitarist Don Alder will grace the stage of Heritage Hall this Sunday. Photo submitted

A special Mother’s Day show in Sayward

Internationally-renowned guitarist Don Alder comes to Heritage Hall this Sunday

The Sayward Valley Folk Music Society will welcome internationally-renowned guitarist Don Alder to the Sayward Heritage Hall for a special Mother’s Day concert this weekend.

As winner or the Dominic Triano Guitar Award (2015), Worldwide Guitar Idol (2011), Guitar Superstar (2010), and the 2007 International Fingerstyle championships, Alder has earned his place as one of the top acoustic guitarists in the world. He is the only guitarist to win all of the top prestigious guitar competitions armed with just an acoustic guitar.

Alder’s music is a unique combination of deeply textured melody. Strong, lyrical and compelling, his original songs are notes of exploration- some passionate and haunting, some hard driven, others light and teasing. In quiet pieces or pushing right to the edge, his phenomenal finger style playing and rich voice combine to captivate audiences everywhere he has graced the stage.

General Admission for Sunday’s show is $10 at the door. Members $5, Children 12 and under are free.

For more infomation phone 250 282-0134 or visit

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