Musician Amanda Anderson will be returning to The Warehouse Community Arts Center for a live performance Friday, Jan. 28, from 7 to 9 p.m.

“Anderson is a California-born musician who relocated to Wisconsin about five years ago,” said Angela Badeau, creative arts coordinator at The Warehouse. “As you can imagine, the winter weather was quite a shock at first. Yet it has been the times of cold and darkness in the North Woods that have brought depth to her music.”

Prior to her move, Anderson served as a worship leader in various churches on the west coast. Now, Badeau said, Anderson is discovering the art of songwriting as an avenue of self-expression.

“With keyboard as her main instrument, Amanda brings a contemplative and introspective feel to the songs she writes and performs,” Badeau noted. “Much of her musical inspiration comes from her life experiences, as well as her interests in personal growth and expansion, spirituality and nature photography, to name a few. Whether in performance or while playing at home alone in her room, Amanda seeks to bring raw emotion and vulnerability to her music as a way of bringing deep connection with God, nature, herself and others.”

The free, family-friendly performance will also be virtually live-streamed from The Warehouse Art Center Facebook page.

The Warehouse is located at 107 S. Railroad St. in downtown Eagle River.

For more information on upcoming class offerings and events, visit eagleriverart.com/calendar-of-events.

For more information call (715) 479-4060, email info@eagleriverart.com or visit eagleriverart.com.