In The Spotlight
Thursday, November 8, 2018

Théâtre du Casino Lac-Leamy
1 Boulevard du Casino, Gatineau

Citizen Advocacy, Reach Canada, and Families Matter Co-op are proud to announce the 4th Annual In The Spotlight! This spectacular, highly-anticipated event is Ottawa’s ONLY concert highlighting the abilities, talents, and gifts of individuals with disabilities.

This glittering, truly unique evening of entertainment will be held on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Théâtre du Casino Lac-Leamy, and will feature a delectable three-course seated dinner with wine and amazing performances. Guests will also enjoy a pre-dinner cash bar reception, magnificent silent auction with incredible items from around the world, and a splendid raffle.

Ideal for a fun night out with friends and family, celebrating a special milestone, showing gratitude to customers and clients, and entertaining staff/colleagues.

Blind from birth and a two-time kidney transplant recipient, Scott MacIntyre knows what it means to persevere despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. From his early days as a classical concert pianist to capturing the hearts of millions of American Idol viewers with his engaging presence and vocal prowess, Scott has never let challenges keep him from achieving his dreams. As an accomplished pianist, Scott’s heartfelt songs and powerful voice take his audiences on an emotional journey of hardship and hope, entreating listeners that no matter what life brings their way, life is always worth living to the fullest.

Brittany Clayton

Brittany Clayton is a multi-instrumentalist (piano, flute, clarinet, recorders, and voice) jazz artist who also happens to be blind. She performs solo or in small groups with other professional musicians in and around the Ottawa area. In addition to performing, Brittany composes and arranges music.

Peter Joynt is a rapper, producer, and public speaker from Ottawa. He has been making music for two decades. He is known for a distinctively strong style and energetic live show. One intriguing fact about Peter is that he stutters quite noticeably in conversation, yet it disappears when he performs. It’s one of the many interesting characteristics that sets him apart as an artist and performer.