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Jacob Chung Group

Jacob Chung Group

Tonight at 7pm EST (Thursday, February 27th, 2020)

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Jacob Chung (saxophone)


Jacob Chung
Toronto saxophonist/composer Jacob Chung (b. 2000) is establishing himself as an engaging contemporary voice, having been named to the 2018 National Youth Jazz Combo and the 2017 Conn-Selmer Centerstage Band, as well as awarded the 2018 Yamaha Passion and Performance Award and the 2017 Rico Golden Reed Award. Jacob continues to refine his craft at the University of Toronto as a 2018 BMO National Scholar where he has studied privately with John Johnson and played under the direction of Kelly Jefferson, Jason Logue, and Gord Foote. As an alumnus of the JazzFM91 Youth Big Band, Jacob has played in festivals including the Toronto Jazz Festival, Markham Jazz Festival, and Niagara Jazz Festival and at venues such as Koerner Hall, Isabel Bader Theatre, Lula Lounge, the Old Mill Inn, and the Rex. He is also a graduate of the Humber College Community Music School, where he studied with and played under the direction of Jeff King, Kenji Omae, Luis Deniz, Lorne Lofsky, and Kirk MacDonald. Jacob has played alongside the likes of Dennis Mackrel, Rich Perry, Randy Brecker, Ron Westray, Robi Botos, and Tim Hagans.

Jacob's music is as inspired by traditional standard song-form as it is modern art-music. He writes music about people, places, and moments, and having lived in Toronto his entire life, his music is deeply connected to this city he calls home.


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Andrew Scott Group

Andrew Scott Group

Tonight at 9:30pm EST (Thursday, February 27th, 2020)

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Andrew Scott (drums)



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Lazar Miric Quartet

Lazar Miric Quartet

Tomorrow at 7pm EST (Friday, February 28th, 2020)

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Lazar Mirić (saxophone), Julian Straatsma (drums), Jack Johnston (bass), David Ball (drums)


Come down for a night of cool standards with the Lazar Mirić Quartet, playing tunes by Tadd Dameron, Bronislaw Kaper, Dizzy Gillespie, and many more.


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Jacques Russell Trio

Jacques Russell Trio

Tomorrow Night at 9:30pm EST (Friday, February 28th, 2020)

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Jacques Russell Trio


Jacques Russell Trio
An eclectic mix of blues, jump blues, trucker blues, jazz and pop, with a bunch of originals thrown in for good measure. They've been described as 'quirky singer-songwriter toe-tapping fun'. And yes, that sounds about right!


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David Rubel Quartet

David Rubel Quartet

Saturday Evening at 7pm EST (Saturday, February 29th, 2020)

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David Rubel (saxophone)


David Rubel
From mellow and melodic, to sassy and swinging, David Rubel's versatile brand of Jazz has been featured in all of Toronto's major jazz bars from The Rex, to The Montreal Bistro, to The Trane Studio.

"David has such a great sound! He knows the history of jazz, and he can really swing. I know he'll become one of the most successful saxophonists of his generation." -Tim Ries (Rolling Stones' Saxophonist)

Jazz Saxophonist and Vocalist David Rubel is originally from Toronto, and is an alumnus of both the Humber College and University of Toronto Faculties of Music. A familiar face on the Toronto Jazz scene, David is in-demand as both a musician and an educator.


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AGASP Modern Jazz

AGASP Modern Jazz

Saturday Night at 9:30pm EST (Saturday, February 29th, 2020)

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Saint David's Day Welsh Music, food and Drink 6pm to late

Saint David's Day Welsh Music, food and Drink 6pm to late

Sunday Evening at 6pm EST (Sunday, March 1st, 2020)


Adema/Bassarath Quintet

Adema/Bassarath Quintet

Next Week: Monday, March 2nd, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Nicholas Adema (trombone), Austin Bassarath (saxophone), Carter Brodkorb (piano), Evan Gratham (bass), Jacob Slous (percussion/drums)


Austin Bassarath
As an established young tenor saxophonist at the forefront of the Toronto jazz scene, Austin Bassarath brings a unique, melodic voice to the jazz world. Having played music since taking piano lessons at the tender age of 3, Austin's love for music spans almost his entire life. Austin's music and musicianship is immensely informed by his studies with world-class saxophonists Mike Murley, Kirk Macdonald, Kelly Jefferson, Ben Wendel and Dino Govoni.

Today, Austin frequently plays as both a leader and sideman at recognized venues in Toronto including but not limited to: The Rex, The Emmet Ray, 120 Diner, The Jazz Bistro, The Cavern, Annette Studios, The Central, and many more. Austin has also made appearances at numerous venues in Italy and Boston.

He is currently in his final year studying Jazz Performance at the University of Toronto under the tutelage of Kelly Jefferson, and has previously studied at Berklee College of Music.


Relay

Relay

Next Week: Monday, March 2nd, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Chris Bruder (piano), Julian Anderson-Bowes (bass), Mark Ballyk (drums)


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Wellington Brewery presents: 44th Edition Euchre Night

Next Week: Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 at 7:30pm EST


Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Next Week: Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 at 6pm EST

Free


Size Up
Award-winning positive space comedy night. Toronto's best comics + sign up spots.


Opera Revue with Danie Friesen

Opera Revue with Danie Friesen

Next Week: Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Danie Friesen (voice), Colin Frotten (piano)


No better way to spend your evening than with a beer and some opera, art song and more. We promise you won't get shh'd here!

Danie Friesen
Actor/Singer Danie Friesen's experience on the performance stage ranges from Shakespeare to Mozart to Woody Allen. A graduate of the Randolph Academy for Performing Arts, Friesen works as an actor and producer for Art & Lies Productions, an independent theatre company she co-founded in 2010. Selected credits include: No Exit (Theatre Passe Muraille), In Adagio (Winnipeg Art Gallery), Killing Game (Annex Theatre), Antony and Cleopatra (Buddies in Bad Times), Smile (Bathurst Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Young People's Theatre), Strike! (Theatre in the Park), The Mikado and The Gondoliers (Pantages Playhouse). Friesen will appear in Cavalli's La Calisto in Sulmona, Italy this summer as a part of COSI's Opera Ensemble.

Merging her experience in theatre with her artistry as a soprano, Friesen endeavours to interpret art songs and arias through the eyes of an actor, presenting poetry and music through fully formed, poignant characters.

Opera Revue
Breaking past theatre curtains, Opera Revue will sing you to worlds closer than you think! So get yourself a beer and kick back for a night of music!


John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

Next Thursday at 7pm EST (Thursday, March 5th, 2020)

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John-Wayne Swingtet, Wayne Nakamura (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass), John Farrell (guitar)


John-Wayne Swingtet
The John-Wayne Swingtet is comprised of four members of the Toronto Gypsy Jazz scene. John Farrell (guitar) and Abbey Sholzberg are original members of Toronto's first Hot Club band, Club Django Toronto. Wayne Nakamura (guitar) is the host of Toronto's most established Gypsy Jazz jam, The Hot Club of Corktown. Alexander Tikhonov (clarinet) has received his designation as "Master of the Clarinet" back in his native Russia. Together these four play the music of Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Fats Waller, Hank Williams, and the list goes on...


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The Wellesley Hot Club

The Wellesley Hot Club

Next Thursday at 9:30pm EST (Thursday, March 5th, 2020)

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The Wellesley Hot Club, Avery Cantello (voice), Kaelin Murphy (trumpet), Evan Dalling (trumpet), Jennifer Lo (piano), Matt Coldwell (bass), Dawson Chamberlain (guitar)


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John Russon

John Russon

Next Week: Friday, March 6th, 2020 at 7pm EST

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John Russon (guitar)


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Possible Tunes

Possible Tunes

Next Week: Friday, March 6th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Chris Banks (bass), Ian Sinclair (keyboard), Jesse Baird (keyboard)


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Veneruz & Steele Group

Veneruz & Steele Group

Next Week: Saturday, March 7th, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Dean Veneruz (vibraphone), Thomas Steele (saxophone)


Thomas Steele
Thomas Steele is an emerging musician and educator in Toronto, ON, Canada.

Thomas has had the opportunity to learn alongside and work with many of North America's top faces in jazz, including Maria Schneider, Mike Murley, Gordon Foote, Tara Davidson, Alex Dean, Rich Brown and Collen Allen amongst others.

A saxophonist and woodwind doubler, Thomas has enjoyed performance opportunities through both big band and small jazz ensembles. He has participated in a variety of music festivals across Toronto, ON and Montreal, QC, leading to invitations to perform across North America, from Niagara Falls, ON to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA.

Thomas has had the fortuity to perform across Canada including Toronto, Ontario's Rex Hotel Jazz and Blues Bar, Lula Lounge and Emmet Ray, as well as Upstairs Jazz Bar and Grill in Montreal, QC. You can find Thomas performing in Toronto regularly with his co-led quintet, his standards quartet, as a member of University of Toronto jazz ensembles, or as a sideman.


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Tài Simm-Smith Birthday Extravaganza

Next Week: Saturday, March 7th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Eat Badly

Eat Badly

Sunday, March 8th, 2020 at 6pm EST

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Dan Minchom (bass), Yunjin Claire Lee (piano), Julian Psihogas (drums)


Yunjin Claire Lee
Born in Seoul, Korea, Claire moved to Canada when she was 13. Although her precious formal classical training did not continue for long, she was introduced to music again when she was graduated from high school. She achieved certification of Introduction to Jazz Performance program at Humber College, prior to the Bachelor's program. Over the years at Humber, she studied with world-renowned Canadian musicians such as Brian Dickinson, Bernie Senensky, Nancy Walker, Kirk MacDonald, Mike Downes, and New York's David Virelles. As evidenced in her compositions and playing, Claire's highly inspired by Bud Powell and Andrew Hill. Striving towards virtuosity on her piano, Claire seeks to carry both traditional and modern sound of jazz in her future works.


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Side-Eye & Grace

Side-Eye & Grace

Sunday, March 8th, 2020 at 8:30pm EST

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Side-Eye & Grace, Erik Johnson-Scherger (violin), Kyle Jordan (guitar), Garrett Warner (guitar), Chris Pond (bass)


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bjorn.mp3/d.avidhodgson

Monday, March 9th, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Bjorn Kriel (keyboard), David Hodgson (saxophone)


Songs of the Doomed

Songs of the Doomed

Monday, March 9th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Songs of the Doomed, Dan McCarthy (vibraphone), Don Scott (guitar), Luan Phung (guitar), Daniel Fortin (bass), Ernesto Cervini (drums)


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Devin Patten Quintet

Devin Patten Quintet

Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Allison Au (saxophone), Julius Clegg (guitar), Ewen Farncombe (piano), Devin Patten (bass), Eric West (drums)


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Siobhan McGovern & Ghislain Aucoin

Sunday, March 15th, 2020 at 6pm EST

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Siobhan McGovern (voice), Ghislain Aucoin (keyboard)


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Somewhere There Presents: Stefan Hegerat Trio

Somewhere There Presents: Stefan Hegerat Trio

Sunday, March 15th, 2020 at 8:30pm EST

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Stefan Hegerat (drums), Laura Swankey (voice), Chris Pruden (piano)


Chris Pruden
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Chris Pruden's musical journey began when he started piano at the age of 5. While studying classical piano he became interested in jazz after completing high school and is a recent graduate of of jazz performance at the University of Toronto. Teachers included Geoff Young, Gary Williamson and Chris Donnelly. Chris feels at home in a wide variety of genres and has performed in venues across Canada such as Edmonton's Winspear Centre, the AMPIA Film and TV awards, the Rex Jazz Bar in Toronto, the Trane Studio, Koerner Hall and many more. His playing draws from inspirations such as Keith Jarrett, Oscar Peterson, and Herbie Hancock, and also from classical, hip-hop, rock, and folk. These influences allow for a refreshing stylistic approach showcasing his sensitivity, creativity, and energetic spirit.

Stefan Hegerat
Stefan Hegerat is a Drummer/Percussionist and educator based out of Toronto, Ontario. A recent graduate of the U of T jazz program, Stefan had the opportunity of studying with Legendary Canadian jazz drummer's Terry Clarke, and Nick Fraser. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Stefan has been performing music since the age of 12, and is quickly becoming a fixture of the Canadian music scene.

Stefan currently performs with JJ and the Pillars, Blue Sky Miners, Tia Brazda, Lisa Bozikovic, Yana Bilyk, Kite Hill, Island Years and Laura Tremblay, as well as co-leading the groups Physical Graffiti, Rickshaw, and Money House. Stefan has also had the privilege of sharing the stage with international artists Randy Brecker, Tim Hagans, Michael Burritt, Jens Lindermann, Mike Murley, Alex Dean, and Chase Sanborn.

Laura Swankey
Laura Swankey is an eclectic and talented vocalist, coming from a diverse background of study and drawing influence from many different styles. She is a natural improviser, with a passion for writing. Full of drive and desire to challenge herself and create, Laura is constantly trying to grow as an artist and musician.

Growing up in North Vancouver, BC, Laura relocated to Edmonton, AB in 2009 to study composition and vocal performance at Grant MacEwan University. During that time she quickly grew to be a popular and much sought after musician in the University's scene. Since September 2012, Laura has been living in Toronto, completing a bachelor of jazz performance (voice) at the University of Toronto.

Laura grew up studying classical and contemporary styles of piano. At MacEwan, Laura worked with Rhonda Withnell, Chandell Rimmer, Ray Baril and Allan Gilliland. In the fall of 2011, Laura was asked by Cuban pianist Elio Villafranca to be featured in his original work written for the Grant MacEwan music program. Currently in Toronto, Laura is studying under Christine Duncan, Mike Murley, and Jim Lewis, veterans of the Canadian music scene. She was hand picked by Terry Promane, director of the U of T Jazz program, to be part of his elite student ensemble.

Laura has been the recipient of several awards such as the Rick Garn Award, the Bounce Back Award of Excellence, and Canada's Fred Sherratt Award. She was also recently nominated as the University of Toronto's undergraduate jazz studies candidate for Canada's prestigious Hnatyshyn Foundation Award. As one of the U of T Bartel Competition winners, she recently recorded some original work recorded at Revolution Studios in Toronto. Laura will be playing throughout Toronto, Alberta and BC this summer, including a stop at the Edmonton International Jazz Festival.

Somewhere There
Somewhere There is a collective of Toronto-based musicians who present, support, and celebrate creative music-making.


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Kari van der Kloot

Kari van der Kloot

Monday, March 16th, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Kari van der Kloot (voice), Matt Newton (piano), Lauren Falls (bass), Trevor Falls (drums)


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TBA

Monday, March 16th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Clayton White

Clayton White

Friday, March 20th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Clayton White (piano)


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Jocelyn Barth & Josh Smiley

Jocelyn Barth & Josh Smiley

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 at 6pm EST

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Jocelyn Barth (voice), Josh Smiley (piano)


Jocelyn Barth
Jocelyn Barth is one of Canada's most exciting new vocalists. Her pure tone, formidable range and technique, and innate musicality have put her in increasing demand in a variety of settings. She is a regular member of the Jessica Stewart Few and Christine Duncan's Element Choir and has worked with singer/songwriters Emily Reid and Clela Errington (her mother), as well as Inuk throatsinging dynamo Tanya Tagaq. In her own solo work, she remains rooted in the world of jazz and improvised music.


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Gloomtube Presents: Jeff LaRochelle Group

Gloomtube Presents: Jeff LaRochelle Group

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 at 8:30pm EST

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Jeff LaRochelle (saxophone), Luan Phung (guitar), Søren Nissen (bass), Ian Wright (drums), Meghan Cheng (violin)


Jeff LaRochelle
Jeff LaRochelle is a saxophonist and clarinetist, composer, and educator who recently finished his Bachelor of Contemporary Music degree at Humber College's renowned music program. At Humber, he studied under musicians such as Don Palmer, Mark Promane, Pat LaBarbera, Bruce Cassidy, and David Occhipinti. He received awards for excellence such as the Douglas Richards Memorial Award and the Duke Ellington Society Scholarship.

He has also studied with clarinetist Dick Thomson and saxophonists Kelly Jefferson, Mike Murley, and Donny McCaslin. Jeff has had the opportunity to perform with artists such as Peter Appleyard, Alex Dean, Chris Potter, Ian Froman, Terence Blanchard, Geoff Young, and Jim Lewis, among many others.

Jeff performed in the 2009 Ottawa International Jazz festival as part of the Jazz Youth Summit. Fall 2009 saw him tour British Columbia with the Humber Studio Jazz Ensemble (HSJE). In 2010, Jeff recorded the album "The Best is Yet To Come" with the HSJE, and his EP of his own music: "Origins". In summer 2010, he toured in South Korea. In May/June 2011, he participated in the Banff Summer Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music under the direction of Dave Douglas, with guest artists such as the group Kneebody.

Jeff is currently working on developing the jazz/chamber crossover Origins Ensemble, and his own quartet. He plays or has played with many other projects in Toronto such as Mikko Hilden's Standards Quartet and Trio Manouche, the Andrew McAnsh Quintet, Mark Godfrey Quintet, Monk's Music and among many other musicians in Toronto.


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Jesse Malone Quintet

Jesse Malone Quintet

Monday, March 23rd, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Jesse Malone (trumpet), Ben Dietschi (saxophone), Matt Newton (piano), Mark Godfrey (bass), Norbert Botos (drums)


Jesse Malone
Jesse Malone lives a double life as freelance musician and as a software developer. He discovered web development while Perl was still cool and music long before that. Upon completion of a mathematics degree at McMaster he entered the Jazz Performance program at the University of Toronto, graduating in 2009. He has studied privately with Anita McAllister, Sean Moody, Laurie Frink, John McLeod and Chase Sanborn. Major influences on trumpet include Miles Davis, Clifford Brown, Kenny Dorham, Blue Mitchell, Kenny Wheeler and Tom Harrell.

As a trumpet player, Jesse is something of a stylistic chameleon, keeping busy in a variety of genres inclding jazz, classical, and mariachi. He's been known to appear in pit orchestras around the GTA and can be heard, among other things, with the Greater Toronto Philharmonic Orchestra, the regimental band of The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, Mariachi Fuego and as leader of the Jesse Malone Quintet.


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Patrick Smith Quintet

Patrick Smith Quintet

Monday, March 23rd, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Kaelin Murphy (trumpet), Noah Franche-Nolan (piano), Hayden Farrar (bass), Nick Fraser (drums), Patrick Smith (saxophone)


Patrick Smith
Saxophonist Patrick Smith has studied with such jazz icons as Ben Wendel, Mark Shim, Joel Frahm, Mike Murley, and Kelly Jefferson. He leads a number of his own groups including the Patrick Smith Quintet, SHDW CLN, Patrick Smith Standards Band, as well co-leading Urbania Octet and Smith/Steinwall Quartet. In addition to his own groups, Smith is an in demand freelance saxophonist who is a member of the international touring band My Son the Hurricane as well as many other bands including Chelsea Mcbride's Socialist Night School, Eighth Street Orchestra, T. Dot. Bangerz Brass, and Brother Levon. He has performed at the Toronto Jazz Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, and Ottawa Jazz Festival and opened for jazz greats Chick Corea and Seamus Blake. In 2016, Smith was a featured soloist alongside Dave Liebman and Norma Winstone on the University of Toronto Jazz Orchestra's album Sweet Ruby Suite. Some of his accolades include the SUBA Institute Award for Performance Excellence, the Anne and Wallace McLeod scholarship, and the Stingray Rising Star award from the Ottawa Jazz Festival. In September 2018 he will be releasing a debut EP featuring his originals quintet and is working towards recording Spherical Drifting, an hour-long programmatic piece for jazz quartet and strings.


Noah Franche-Nolan Trio

Noah Franche-Nolan Trio

Sunday, March 29th, 2020 at 6pm EST

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Noah Franche-Nolan (piano), Daniel Fortin (bass), Keith Barstow (drums)


Noah Franche-Nolan
Noah is proud to be from Vancouver and to be a student at Sir Charles Tupper Secondary. He has studied jazz piano with Diego Kohl, Miles Black, Paul Keeling, and Nick Peck; and classical piano with Rachel Iwaasa. Last summer, Noah spent a week studying with Fred Hersch at the Stanford Jazz Institute and two weeks at the Youth Jazz Canada Summer Jazz Workshop. He is heavily influenced by Brad Mehldau, Wynton Kelly, Art Blakey, Bird, Bach, and Ravel. Noah is thankful for everything that his teachers have shown him, as well as for the wonderful music and moments he has shared with the Rossi Gang, The Franche Trio, and Stephany Wall.


 

Brendan Cassidy Group

Sunday, March 29th, 2020 at 8:30pm EST

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Brendan Cassidy (saxophone), Tom Richards (piano/trombone), Chris Banks (bass), Tim Shia (drums)


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Ilios Steryannis Group

Ilios Steryannis Group

Monday, March 30th, 2020 at 7pm EST

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Ilios Steryannis (drums)


Ilios Steryannis
Born in Toronto, ON, on March 24th, 1972, Ilios Steryannis started drumming at the age of 12. Inspired by the artistry and power of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, he pounded on a practice pad and an old set of bongo drums until his father lovingly presented him with a brand new Tama Royalstar drumset, with Paiste cymbals, for his 13th birthday. Since then, Ilios and the drums have been inseparable.

He performed with his first rock band at school dances, then travelled overseas to perform in Denmark and Holland with the Oakwood Collegiate symphony orchestra. Later, Ilios earned a full scholarship to the Banff Centre for the Arts jazz program at age 18, studying with the greatMarvin "Smitty" Smith, drummer for the Tonight Show. This was followed by receiving a partial scholarship to study at Boston's prestigious Berklee College of Music, where Ilios' teachers included jazz legends Joe Hunt and Ian Froman.

Back home in Toronto, Ilios completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) degree in Jazz Performance at York University, where his instructors included jazz drummer Barry Elmes and multi instrumentalist Don Thompson. It was then time to hit the road, as Ilios joined jazz guitarist (and fellow Banff and York alumnus) Tim Posgate, touring Canada three times between 1995-97, and recording the critically acclaimed album "Mit", which featured saxophone great Jane Bunnett. Ilios then turned his attention to composing and performing with his own band, with a large repertoire of original eclectic jazz tunes they showcased at Toronto venues such as the Rex Jazz Bar and were featured in the Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival.


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Ben Dwyer Quartet

Monday, March 30th, 2020 at 9:30pm EST

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Ben Dwyer (bass), Josh Cole (bass), Emily Steinwall (saxophone), Ewen Farncombe (piano)

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Feb 23 Pluto Pluto The Ossingtones The Ossingtones 24 Feldman / Malone Duo Feldman / Malone Duo Woodshed Orchestra Woodshed Orchestra 25 Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #62 26 Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin 27 Jacob Chung Group Jacob Chung Group Andrew Scott Group Andrew Scott Group 28 Lazar Miric Quartet Lazar Miric Quartet Jacques Russell Trio Jacques Russell Trio 29 David Rubel Quartet David Rubel Quartet AGASP Modern Jazz AGASP Modern Jazz
Mar 1 Saint David's Day Welsh Music, food and Drink 6pm to late Saint David's Day Welsh Music, food and Drink 6pm to late 2 Adema/Bassarath Quintet Adema/Bassarath Quintet Relay Relay 3 Wellington Brewery presents: 44th Edition Euchre Night 4 Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Opera Revue with Danie Friesen Opera Revue with Danie Friesen 5 John-Wayne Swingtet John-Wayne Swingtet The Wellesley Hot Club The Wellesley Hot Club 6 John Russon John Russon Possible Tunes Possible Tunes 7 Veneruz & Steele Group Veneruz & Steele Group Tài Simm-Smith Birthday Extravaganza
Mar 8 Eat Badly Eat Badly Side-Eye & Grace Side-Eye & Grace 9 bjorn.mp3/d.avidhodgson Songs of the Doomed Songs of the Doomed 10 Devin Patten Quintet Devin Patten Quintet 11 12 13 14
Mar 15 Siobhan McGovern & Ghislain Aucoin Somewhere There Presents: Stefan Hegerat Trio Somewhere There Presents: Stefan Hegerat Trio 16 Kari van der Kloot Kari van der Kloot TBA 17 18 19 20 Clayton White Clayton White 21
Mar 22 Jocelyn Barth & Josh Smiley Jocelyn Barth & Josh Smiley Gloomtube Presents: Jeff LaRochelle Group Gloomtube Presents: Jeff LaRochelle Group 23 Jesse Malone Quintet Jesse Malone Quintet Patrick Smith Quintet Patrick Smith Quintet 24 25 26 27 28
Mar 29 Noah Franche-Nolan Trio Noah Franche-Nolan Trio Brendan Cassidy Group 30 Ilios Steryannis Group Ilios Steryannis Group Ben Dwyer Quartet 31 Apr 1 2 3 4
Andrew Scott Group

Andrew Scott Group

about 1 hour ago (Thursday, February 27th, 2020)

Andrew Scott (drums)

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Jacob Chung Group

Jacob Chung Group

about 3 hours ago (Thursday, February 27th, 2020)

Jacob Chung (saxophone)

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Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

1 day ago (Wednesday, February 26th, 2020)

Peter Boyd (guitar/voice), Noah Zacharin (guitar/voice)

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Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

1 day ago (Wednesday, February 26th, 2020)


Woodshed Orchestra

Woodshed Orchestra

3 days ago (Monday, February 24th, 2020)

The Woodshed Orchestra, Dave Clark (drums)

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Feldman / Malone Duo

Feldman / Malone Duo

3 days ago (Monday, February 24th, 2020)

Jonathan Feldman (piano), Jesse Malone (trumpet), Bret Higgins (bass)

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The Ossingtones

The Ossingtones

4 days ago (Sunday, February 23rd, 2020)

Bruce Cassidy (E.V.I./trumpet), Diane Roblin (piano), Phill Albert (bass), Mark Zurawinski (drums), Glen Hall (saxophone/flute)

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Pluto

Pluto

4 days ago (Sunday, February 23rd, 2020)

Eric Rogerson (voice/guitar), Hayden Farrar (bass), Davide Corazza (drums)

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Blues & Troubles

Blues & Troubles

5 days ago (Saturday, February 22nd, 2020)

Blues & Troubles

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Emily Steinwall & Thomas Steele Quintet

Emily Steinwall & Thomas Steele Quintet

5 days ago (Saturday, February 22nd, 2020)

Emily Steinwall (saxophone), Thomas Steele (saxophone)

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Danky Spanki with Adrian N. Stella

Danky Spanki with Adrian N. Stella

6 days ago (Friday, February 21st, 2020)

Danky Spanki (voice), Adrian N. Stella (voice)


Heavy on the Willie

Heavy on the Willie

7 days ago (Thursday, February 20th, 2020)

Ken McDonald (bass)

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Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

7 days ago (Thursday, February 20th, 2020)

Ed Vokurka (violin), John Fletcher (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass)

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Aidan Funston Group

Aidan Funston Group

9 days ago (Tuesday, February 18th, 2020)

Aidan Funston (guitar)

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Pete Johnston Quartet

Pete Johnston Quartet

10 days ago (Monday, February 17th, 2020)

Pete Johnston (bass), Michael Davidson (vibraphone), Lina Allemano (trumpet), Jake Oelrichs (drums)

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Kurt Newman Jazz Trio

Kurt Newman Jazz Trio

10 days ago (Monday, February 17th, 2020)

Kurt Newman (guitar), Rob Clutton (bass), Blake Howard (drums)

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Somewhere There Presents: Surf Grizzlies

Somewhere There Presents: Surf Grizzlies

11 days ago (Sunday, February 16th, 2020)

Surf Grizzlies, Julian Anderson-Bowes (bass), Kayla Milmine (saxophone), Luan Phung (guitar)

Links: Facebook Event, More About Julian Anderson-Bowes, More About Luan Phung


Monk's Music w/ Daniel Easty

Monk's Music w/ Daniel Easty

11 days ago (Sunday, February 16th, 2020)

Daniel Easty (saxophone)

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Alex Bird and the Jazz Mavericks

Alex Bird and the Jazz Mavericks

12 days ago (Saturday, February 15th, 2020)

Alex Bird (voice)

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Karandeep Jhand Group

Karandeep Jhand Group

12 days ago (Saturday, February 15th, 2020)

Karandeep Jhand (guitar)


Valentines Day Jazz Vocals with Raquel Skilich

Valentines Day Jazz Vocals with Raquel Skilich

13 days ago (Friday, February 14th, 2020)

Raquel Skilich (voice), Kaelin Murphy (trumpet), Julian Mulhall (piano), Max Simpson (bass), Aidan McConnell (drums)

Links: Facebook Event


Jocelyn Barth's Valentine's Jazz Vocals

Jocelyn Barth's Valentine's Jazz Vocals

13 days ago (Friday, February 14th, 2020)

Jocelyn Barth (voice), Josh Smiley (piano)

Links: Facebook Event, More About Jocelyn Barth


Lucas Dubovik Group

Lucas Dubovik Group

14 days ago (Thursday, February 13th, 2020)

Lucas Dubovik (saxophone)


Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

14 days ago (Thursday, February 13th, 2020)

Bossa Tres, Victor Monsiváis (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass)

Links: More About Bossa Tres


Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual

Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual

15 days ago (Wednesday, February 12th, 2020)

Peter Boyd (guitar/voice), Gary Taylor (drums), Ed Roth (accordion), Tom Griffiths (bass)

Links: More About Peter Boyd