(Nashville, TN) “Summer Nights, Northern Lights,” a unique offering of Scandinavian music featuring Dove Award-winning recording artist Solveig Leithaug (Sole-vey Lighthoug), Norway’s gospel choir Voice of Joy, the St. Bartholomew’s Chamber Singers and violinist Bethany Bordeaux will take place Sunday September 7, 2014, at 7 p.m. at St. Bartholomew’s Church, 4800 Belmont Park Terrace, Nashville, Tennessee.

Headlining the evening, Norwegian-born singer-songwriter Solveig Leithaug, who resides in Franklin, Tennessee, will present a collection of songs from her recent release Finding Home, which was produced by Nashville’s acclaimed Steve Hindalong. Finding Home is a culmination of decades of life experience and evolution as a musician and songwriter, and is being hailed as the most honest, courageous and breathtakingly beautiful recording of Solveig’s 30-year career. Solveig will also present a few classics from her Norwegian repertoire.

CCM Magazine compares Solveig to Eva Cassidy, Shawn Colvin and Fernando Ortega and says: “Finding Home is a perfect sample of one of gospel music’s sweetest acoustic treasures.”

Voice of Joy, known for their inspirational trademark gospel music sound, features 24 young singers from the island of Karmøy in western Norway. The choir has toured throughout Scandinavia and America, and is a leader in Norway’s gospel choir tradition. They have recorded several CDs and have been featured on a number of TV and radio networks.

Rounding out the evening, St. Bartholomew’s Chamber Singers, known city-wide for their performances on WPLN, will perform selections by Scandinavian composers.

Violinist Bethany Bordeaux will accompany Solveig with an ensemble of Nashville’s finest musicians. Both choirs will also perform with Solveig.

Scandinavian baked treats and coffee will be available following the concert.