Icelandic singer Olof Arnalds played an intimate set at the Victorian, a dining hall converted into a concert room. Arnalds was soft-voiced and sweet, making quips all the while. Humorously, on account of her thick accent and quiet voice, its doubtful that anyone could hear what she was saying. However, her delivery was nothing short of angelic. She deftly plucked at a lute (at least… It appeared to be one) and elegantly sang. Perfect proof in dichotomy with Jason Simon’s performance that a simple acoustic set can be engaging and entertaining.