As a fifth generation Japanese Canadian, or gosei, my family has a long history in Canada. For my grandmother, this includes being interned for the first five years of her life during World War II. Our relationship with Canada is long and complicated, and it is for that reason that I jumped at the chance […]
Thanks again to the Burnaby Now for mentioning me! Click below for the short and sweet write up. http://www.burnabynow.com/entertainment/festival-rocks-deer-lake-park-1.21936580
I am so excited to be featured in the Burnaby Now! Thank you to Tereza Verenca for getting in touch with me and letting me talk about my music related feelings. Click below to read the article! http://www.burnabynow.com/entertainment/q-a-kaya-kurz-singer-songwriter-1.21564512
Read about me in this week’s edition of The Source. The Source is a Vancouver-based newspaper that aims to create a forum for intersectionality and diversity.
Kaya is thrilled to be playing the Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival this year. She’s got a talented group of musicians playing with her: Adrian Sowa on guitar, Riley Poystila on bass, Bobby Seenandan on piano and Jamison Ko on drums.