Kirkland will perform her own indie/pop influenced tunes and some popular songs, and hold a Q&A with audience members.
Her performance is free; it’s hosted by the library’s TeenZone and sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Kirkland, a freshman at Southwestern Randolph High School has been singing and playing acoustic guitar for five years. She recently recorded her first EP, which includes original songs and covers.
She has played at various local events and in talent competitions in the area, and is active in Southwestern’s chorus program and a cappella group. She also has had roles in a number of school and local theater productions, including RSVP Community Theatre’s Sound of Music.
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