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Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

Tonight at 7pm EST (Thursday, November 14th, 2019)

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


Bossa Tres
Bossa Três has been performing Bossa Nova and Brazilian Samba classics, as well as a variety of Brazilian rarities and original material since 2001. Their repertoire draws from the greatest of the Brazilian composers and performers like Ary Barroso, Dorival Caymmi, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendoça, João Gilberto, Chico Buarque and Caetano Veloso.

Bossa Três leader Victor Monsivais: vocalist, songwriter, guitarist; has been playing and singing Bossa Nova for over forty years, in particular the music of Antônio Carlos Jobim who, along with Thelonious Monk and Jimmy Van Heusen, is one of his favorite composers. The Trio consists of Victor, who sings Jobim's songs in their original Portuguese versions and plays the guitar with the true Bossa beat; bassist Frank Sants who plays a deep and mellow-toned bass, and drummer/percussionist Federico Monsivais who plays with a soft, classical feel, yet, with the attack and syncopation of authentic Latin rhythm.

The rarely heard hard-smooth Brazilian and Latin percussion of Bossa Três recreates the atmosphere of a quiet night in Copacabana... the mood of a Carnival in Bahia...a hot Tropicana session in La Habana, or the romance of a classical jazz evening. Bossa Três' performances bring life to the pieces they play, creating an aura of "alegría and saudade" which are the two basic ingredients of Brazilian music. Bossa Três often appears as a quartet or quintet featuring talented guest musicians, this evening, pianist Dan Farrell and Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute player Brendan Cassidy, both a perfect fit to Jobim's music and long time Victor's associates, will be joining the ensemble.

Many have said that listening to Bossa Três is like being transported to a warm evening in Rio De Janeiro in the fifties…


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Andrew Scott Group

Andrew Scott Group

Tonight at 9:30pm EST (Thursday, November 14th, 2019)

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Jake Wilkinson (voice/piano/trumpet), Andrew Scott (drums), Jon Meyer (bass), Norbert Botos (drums), David Goncalves Gouveia (percussion)



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Dan Pitt / Andrew Downing Acoustic Duo

Dan Pitt / Andrew Downing Acoustic Duo

Tomorrow at 7pm EST (Friday, November 15th, 2019)

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Dan Pitt (guitar), Andrew Downing (bass/cello)


Andrew Downing
Andrew Downing (B.Mus. Toronto, M.Mus. Toronto) is a Toronto based double bass player, cellist, composer and bandleader from London, Ontario. He plays primarily in the creative jazz scene in Canada, but also performs classical chamber music, improvised music, folk and roots music, and world music. His teachers include Jack Winn, Dave Young, Don Thompson, Shauna Rolston and Joel Quarrington. As a composer, Andrew has written pieces for Ensemble Meduse, Toca Loca, Runcible Spoon, The Prince George Symphony and The Urban Arts Brass Ensemble and has written arrangements for Patricia O'Callaghan, The Gryphon Trio and The Art of Time Ensemble. Recent projects include arranging and recording the song cycle Easterween with avant singer songwriter John Southworth and writing a concerto for Orchestra London with banjo player Jayme Stone. Andrew leads his own chamber jazz ensemble whose first album Silents features music written for silent film. He has seven albums as a bandleader, including the 2004 album Blow The House Down which won his group Great Uncles of the Revolution a Juno award and an improvised album with guitarist David Tronzo. He is also a member of the David Occhipinti Quartet and the Lina Allemano Four. In addition to the Juno award, he has won a SOCAN award, the Grand Prix de Jazz at the Montreal Jazz Festival, an additional Juno award for work with Zubot and Dawson, and two West Coast Music Awards. Andrew currently teaches double bass, composition and improvisation at the University of Toronto and has taught at Wilfred Laurier University, the Banff Centre's Jazz Workshop and the Creative Music Workshop in Halifax.


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Root Down Trio

Root Down Trio

Tomorrow Night at 9:30pm EST (Friday, November 15th, 2019)

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Root Down Trio


Root Down Trio
Root Down Trio brings three fine veteran, soulful musicians and vocalists together for a unique sound reminiscent of the era when pop and rock grooves were injected with the swing of roots music. All three players are featured on vocal numbers and classic instrumentals with influences ranging from all the great decades of music. Watch them as they lay the root and groove down.


Lake Affect

Lake Affect

Saturday Evening at 7pm EST (Saturday, November 16th, 2019)

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Ashley Urquhart (piano), Alex Fournier (bass), Stefan Hegerat (drums), Michael Davidson (vibraphone)


Michael Davidson
Michael Davidson is a Toronto-based vibraphonist in the improvised, jazz, and creative music scene.

He works with many of the active jazz and improvised music players in Toronto including: David Occhipinti, Nick Fraser, Brodie West, Ryan Driver, Rob Clutton, David French, Harley Card, Andrew Downing, Alex Goodman, Jim Vivian, Darren Sigesmund, Ethan Ardelli, Fabio Ragnelli, Felicity Williams, Dan Fortin, Jon Maharaj, Allison Au, Rebecca Hennessy, David Braid, and Michael Herring.

Michael leads a chamber jazz septet with cello, voice, bass clarinet, vibraphone, alto sax, double bass, and drums, which is his main compositional outlet.

He also co-leads the chamber jazz quartet Hobson's Choice, who in the words of CBC's The Signal host Laurie Brown,

"...has made a unique contribution to the Canadian scene with their debut album (of the waves). Just when I think I have the sound pegged, they switch things up."

Michael approaches improvising with passion and stunning sensitivity, as well as Monk-like wit. He is an active composer in the realm of jazz, and his inventive compositions are featured in The Michael Davidson Septet, and Hobson's Choice.

He has been composing seriously since 2001 and has received funding from The TAC, The OAC, and The CCFTA for his original projects. Recently, Michael composed and recorded a film score for the BravoFact film, "She Sings for Me."

His compositions have received praise from esteemed Canadian jazz drummer/ composer Barry Elmes,

"Not only are his songs creative and well crafted, each one has a story to tell."

Michael is also a devoted educator through his work at Humber College in the jazz program.

You can hear Michael playing around Toronto with The Michael Davidson Septet, Hobson's Choice, Pocket Camera, Monk's Music, The Dan Fortin Quartet, Bedroom, df md df trio, Ben Gunning, and Ryan Driver. These ensembles represent the diversity of Michael's musical interests, spanning from contemporary jazz to chamber to improvised. Both his original material and his interpretation of standard repertoire are evocative and communicative with the intensity of someone who, while madly in love with the tradition, has something new to say.

Alex Fournier
With ensembles, projects and premiers in the Jazz, Creative Music and Contemporary Classical worlds, Alex Fournier is a double bassist with an interest in a vast array of musical challenges. Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Alex began his musical studies at the University of Toronto, studying his instrument under such Canadian masters as Dave Young, Andrew Downing and Jim Vivian. As well, he began studying composition under Andrew Downing and Phil Nimmons. Graduating with a Bachelor of Music with honors in 2011, Alex later attended both the Banff Creative Music Workshop and the SIM (School for Improvised Music) Workshop in 2013. Alex segued his time at SIM into a recurring internship (2015-16), as well as a position in the Peabody Conservatory's Jazz Performance program. Alex since has studied both performance and composition under Michael Formanek, as well as serving as an ensemble assistant for both his small and large ensembles. Alex graduate with a Graduate Performance Diploma in Jazz Performance in May of 2016.

Currently based in Toronto Ontario, but still maintaining a career in both Canada and the US, Alex has written and performed in a vast array of settings; including Alex Fournier's Triio (6tet), Money House (guitar trio), Gardening Club and Garden Party (chamber quartet/quintet), Xiodjiha (acoustic bass and electronics duo), and as a solo bass act, showcasing both contemporary classical premieres and his own improvised compositions.

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.


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F-105

F-105

Saturday Night at 9:30pm EST (Saturday, November 16th, 2019)

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F-105, Din Yalonen (voice/guitar), Marc Meriläinen (keyboard/guitar/electronics)


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Monk Jam with Daniel Easty

Monk Jam with Daniel Easty

Sunday Evening at 6pm EST (Sunday, November 17th, 2019)

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Daniel Easty (saxophone)


Somewhere There Presents: Maggie Keogh & Bjorn Kriel

Somewhere There Presents: Maggie Keogh & Bjorn Kriel

Sunday Night at 8:30pm EST (Sunday, November 17th, 2019)

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François Houle (clarinet), James Meger (bass), Joe Sorbara (drums/percussion)


Houle/ Meger/ Sorbara is a placeholder name for the Canadian Creative Music power trio of clarinetist François Houle, bassist James Meger, and percussionist Joe Sorbara. These stalwart sonic adventurers come together to breathe life into a diverse book of compositions penned by Houle and Sorbara as well as free jazz and experimental music luminaries such as Anthony Braxton, John Carter, and Steve Lacy. Having formed in Vancouver during a moment of confluence that saw Sorbara on secondment to Canada's left coast while Houle had yet to make the move from his long-time home to Europe, the three now travel greater distances to convene but the musical kinship founded in James' rehearsal shed in East Van remains as the cornerstone of their music.

Joe Sorbara
Joe Sorbara is a seasoned improviser with a distinctive style, who has lent his skills to a broad range of ensembles, performing in Canada and internationally with some of the top names in free improvisation.

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


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Brendan Swanson & Andrew McAnsh

Brendan Swanson & Andrew McAnsh

Next Week: Monday, November 18th, 2019 at 7pm EST

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Brendan Swanson (piano), Andrew McAnsh (trumpet)


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Jim Lewis Presents

Jim Lewis Presents

Next Week: Monday, November 18th, 2019 at 9:30pm EST

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Jim Lewis (trumpet)


Jim Lewis
Jim Lewis is a freelance trumpet player, improviser, composer/arranger and educator, and is currently a lecturer in the Jazz Studies Department at the University of Toronto. He is a member of the Paul Read Orchestra (Arc-en-ciel), Frank Lozano Group (Colour Fields), Christine Duncan's Element Choir (Live at Rosedale United, Element Choir & William Parker – At Christ Church Deer Park), Mark Segger Sextet (The Beginning), an improvising trio with Andrew Downing and Jean Martin (On a Short Path From Memory to Forgotten), as well as his newest project Juno nominated Bristles with Andrew Downing and David Occhipinti.


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Tetrahedron

Tetrahedron

Sunday, November 24th, 2019 at 8:30pm EST

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Luis Deniz (saxophone), Rich Brown (bass), Ernesto Cervini (drums)


Ernesto Cervini
Drummer Ernesto Cervini is making a name for himself as a consummate bandleader and in-demand sideman, repeatedly praised for his deeply musical, infectiously energetic talents. Time Out New York encapsulated Cervini as "a buoyant drummer as well as a sharp composer and bandleader, " while the jazz bible, Downbeat described his fluid style as one that "exemplifies `float like a butterfly, sting like a bee'." The drummer released There, his third album as leader of the Ernesto Cervini Quartet, in fall 2011. Reviewing the album, Modern Drummer magazine said: "Cervini recalls such old-schoolers as Art Blakey and Billy Higgins. . . It's his robust, magnetic personality that fascinates consistently."

Reflecting on his role as a drummer-bandleader, Cervini says it's "more about being a drummer-composer in many ways for me. With a lot of my tunes, rhythm is the thing, but they aren't all drum solos and pieces in 13/8. I'm not writing vehicles for my drumming prowess, or rhythm etudes. I'm trying to write engaging, involving music, whether the tune is playful or taps some deeper emotion. The time signature doesn't define the music; the piece of music determines the rhythm. And with my band, the rhythm and time are elastic. We're interacting with freedom, so the music flows naturally."

There − Cervini's first release via New York-based Anzic Records, following his albums Little Black Bird (2009) and Here (2006)− was recorded live, like some of the greatest albums in jazz history. The Ernesto Cervini Quartet features the drummer alongside saxophonist Joel Frahm, pianist Adrean Farrugia and bassist Dan Loomis. Of the recording, The Ottawa Citizen said: "On There, you can often practically hear the musicians smiling and reveling in their creativity and musical repartee. . . some superb, high-energy, spur-of-the-moment music." A review in The WholeNote added: "Ernesto Cervini is blazing a path through contemporary jazz with smart new ideas and a burning intensity that shouts to be heard. An album that has be one of 2011's best."

Luis Deniz
Luis Gonzalez Deniz was born in Camaguey, Cuba on April 21st, 1983. In 1993, Luis started his musical studies at the Escuela Vocacional de Arte Luis Casas Romero in his hometown of Camaguey, where he subsequently continued at the Escuela Profesional de Musica Jose White. Luis later moved to the Cuban capital, where he graduated at the prestigious Escuela Nacional de Musica (ENA), the alma mater of several of Cuba's most prominent musicians.While in Cuba he kept a busy schedule,both teaching saxophone at the National School of Music and playing locally and touring international as well,past dates includes a USA West Coast Tour(Los Angeles,San Francisco,California,2002)and several dates for the Bermuda Jazz Festival(Bermuda Island,2004).

Upon his arrival in Toronto in 2004, Denis has performed/ recorded with some of Toronto and International most outstanding musicians, including Mark Turner,Tony Allen(Fela Kuti's Drummer) Hilario Duran, Luis Mario Ochoa, Paquito D Rivera, Horacio El Negro Hernandez, Reg Schwager, Dafnis Prieto, Francisco Mela, Barry Romberg, Rich Brown's Quartet, NOJO, Roberto Occhipinti,Canadian Idol jazz Orchestra,The Art of Jazz Orchestra, Jane Bunnett, among others. Luis is involved in several upcoming projects including the David Virelles Quintet which he co-leads. As a Part of the David Virelles Quintet,he has performed in several major jazz festivals in Canada, winning the Grand Prix de Jazz General Motors at the Montreal Jazz Festival 2006,which lead to the recording of an album for the Canadian jazz label based in Montreal , Justin Time,the David Virelles Quintet Released their first album entitled "Motion" and it features New York tenor saxophonist Mark Turner,Tres player Pablosky Rosales,singer songwriter Jose Aquiles and Brazilian/Canada based multi-instrumentalist Celso Machado. He has also shared the stage with international figures such as Barry Harris,Howard Johnson,Ray Vega,Steve Turre,Randy Brecker and Donald Harrison.

Rich Brown
Rich Brown has been an active member of Toronto's culturally diverse music scene since 1992. He taught himself to play bass at the age of 17 by listening to artists such as Jaco Pastorius, Victor Bailey, Jimmy Haslip, and Alain Caron. Later, he expanded his vocabulary by drawing on influences outside the bass realm. In a recent interview Brown explains, "I wanted to sing like Stevie, play like Miles, and phrase like Scofield and do it all on this instrument." Rich is one of the most in demand musicians in Toronto. He is currently a member of the JUNO nominated indo-jazz group autorickshaw and has performed and recorded with some of the finest musicians in the world including jazz vocalist Carol Welsman, Jane Siberry, Glenn Lewis, Dapp Theory, Steve Coleman & 5 Elements, James "Blood" Ulmer, Andy Narrell and Bruce Cockburn to name a few. He has appeared in the feature film "Glitter" starring Mariah Carey and the made for TV movie "The Natalie Cole Story" starring Natalie Cole as well as the television series "Soul Food". Rich is currently at work on a new solo project called rinsethealgorithm and has appeared on over 40 recordings ranging from Jazz to Funk to Latin to traditional Asian and Arabic music. He can currently be seen in a feature interview with the online magazine.


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Double Duets: Jenna Marie & Jay Yoo / Konstangeline

Monday, November 25th, 2019 at 7pm EST

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Lucian Gray

Lucian Gray

Monday, November 25th, 2019 at 9:30pm EST

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Lucian Gray (guitar)


Lucian Gray
Toronto-born Lucian Gray began his musical journey as a bassist. He began playing the guitar only a few years before he won the 2009 Rising Young Star Award. He is currently attending the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston on a full scholarship. Lucian is often back in Toronto to visit family and perform and will be featured at the 2013 Beaches Jazz Festival with his own ensemble made up of some Toronto’s best up and coming young players.


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Clayton White's Jazz Funk Quintet

Clayton White's Jazz Funk Quintet

Thursday, November 28th, 2019 at 9:30pm EST

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Devin Patten Quintet

Devin Patten Quintet

Sunday, December 1st, 2019 at 8:30pm EST

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Devin Patten (bass)


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Matt Newton Group

Matt Newton Group

Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 9:30pm EST

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Matt Newton (piano)


Matt Newton
Matt Newton is a Toronto based pianist, composer and educator. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto Jazz Program (2004) and has attended the Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music (2006) where he studied with world renowned trumpeter/composer Dave Douglas, and Miles Davis’s last pianist, Deron Johnson. He has performed with such respected musicians as Kevin Turcotte, Jim Vivian, Pat Collins, Kevin Brow, Rob Mosher, Rob Frayne, Petr Cancura, Sienna Dahlen, Mike Milligan, Norman Marshall Villeneuve, and Dave Young.


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Nov 10 Ghislain Aucoin & Siobhan McGovern Ghislain Aucoin & Siobhan McGovern MacDonald/Steinwall quintet MacDonald/Steinwall quintet 11 Harrison Argatoff Quartet Harrison Argatoff Quartet David Occhipinti Quartet David Occhipinti Quartet 12 13 Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual 14 Bossa Tres Bossa Tres Andrew Scott Group Andrew Scott Group 15 Dan Pitt / Andrew Downing Acoustic Duo Dan Pitt / Andrew Downing Acoustic Duo Root Down Trio Root Down Trio 16 Lake Affect Lake Affect F-105 F-105
Nov 17 Monk Jam with Daniel Easty Monk Jam with Daniel Easty Somewhere There Presents: Maggie Keogh & Bjorn Kriel Somewhere There Presents: Maggie Keogh & Bjorn Kriel 18 Brendan Swanson & Andrew McAnsh Brendan Swanson & Andrew McAnsh Jim Lewis Presents Jim Lewis Presents 19 20 21 22 23
Nov 24 Tetrahedron Tetrahedron 25 Double Duets: Jenna Marie & Jay Yoo / Konstangeline Lucian Gray Lucian Gray 26 27 28 Clayton White's Jazz Funk Quintet Clayton White's Jazz Funk Quintet 29 30
Dec 1 Devin Patten Quintet Devin Patten Quintet 2 Matt Newton Group Matt Newton Group 3 4 5 6 7
Andrew Scott Group

Andrew Scott Group

about 1 hour ago (Thursday, November 14th, 2019)

Jake Wilkinson (voice/piano/trumpet), Andrew Scott (drums), Jon Meyer (bass), Norbert Botos (drums), David Goncalves Gouveia (percussion)

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Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

about 3 hours ago (Thursday, November 14th, 2019)

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

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Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual

Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual

1 day ago (Wednesday, November 13th, 2019)

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

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Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Size Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

1 day ago (Wednesday, November 13th, 2019)


David Occhipinti Quartet

David Occhipinti Quartet

3 days ago (Monday, November 11th, 2019)

David Occhipinti (guitar), Michael Davidson (vibraphone), Daniel Fortin (bass), Terry Clarke (drums)

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Harrison Argatoff Quartet

Harrison Argatoff Quartet

3 days ago (Monday, November 11th, 2019)

Harrison Argatoff (saxophone), Michael Davidson (vibraphone), Daniel Fortin (bass), Ian Wright (drums)


MacDonald/Steinwall quintet

MacDonald/Steinwall quintet

4 days ago (Sunday, November 10th, 2019)

Virginia Frigault-MacDonald (clarinet), Emily Steinwall (saxophone), Ewen Farncombe (piano), Ben Dwyer (bass), Norbert Botos (drums)

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Ghislain Aucoin & Siobhan McGovern

Ghislain Aucoin & Siobhan McGovern

4 days ago (Sunday, November 10th, 2019)

Ghislain Aucoin (keyboard), Siobhan McGovern (voice)

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Blues & Troubles

Blues & Troubles

5 days ago (Saturday, November 9th, 2019)

Blues & Troubles

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Sean Stanley Quartet & Miss Dior

Sean Stanley Quartet & Miss Dior

5 days ago (Saturday, November 9th, 2019)

Sean Stanley (piano)

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Aidan Funston presents: Pestilential City

Aidan Funston presents: Pestilential City

6 days ago (Friday, November 8th, 2019)

Aidan Funston (guitar), Augustine Yates (piano), Dillon Colter (drums)

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Harley Card

Harley Card

6 days ago (Friday, November 8th, 2019)

Harley Card (guitar)

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Christopher Parnis Group

Christopher Parnis Group

7 days ago (Thursday, November 7th, 2019)

Lucas Dubovik (saxophone), James Griffith (saxophone), Matt Greenwood (guitar), Christopher Parnis (bass), Stephen Bennett (drums)

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John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

7 days ago (Thursday, November 7th, 2019)

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

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Opera Revue with Danie Friesen

Opera Revue with Danie Friesen

8 days ago (Wednesday, November 6th, 2019)

Danie Friesen (voice), Colin Frotten (piano)

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Dan McCarthy Trio

Dan McCarthy Trio

10 days ago (Monday, November 4th, 2019)

Dan McCarthy (vibraphone), Daniel Fortin (bass), Ethan Ardelli (drums)

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Merabula

Merabula

10 days ago (Monday, November 4th, 2019)

Merabula, Laura Swankey (voice), Bradley Eaton (trumpet), Alex Lakusta (bass), Robin Claxton (drums)

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H.AB.S: Nathan Hiltz, Julian Anderson-Bowes, Tim Shia

H.AB.S: Nathan Hiltz, Julian Anderson-Bowes, Tim Shia

11 days ago (Sunday, November 3rd, 2019)

Tim Shia (drums), Nathan Hiltz (guitar), Julian Anderson-Bowes (bass)

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Jesse White Quintet

Jesse White Quintet

11 days ago (Sunday, November 3rd, 2019)

Jesse White (guitar)


Sam Dickinson with Vaughan Misener and Terry Clarke

Sam Dickinson with Vaughan Misener and Terry Clarke

12 days ago (Saturday, November 2nd, 2019)

Sam Dickinson (guitar), Vaughan Misener (bass), Terry Clarke (drums)

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David Rubel Quartet

David Rubel Quartet

12 days ago (Saturday, November 2nd, 2019)

David Rubel (saxophone)

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Possible Tunes

Possible Tunes

13 days ago (Friday, November 1st, 2019)

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

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John Russon Group

John Russon Group

13 days ago (Friday, November 1st, 2019)

John Russon (guitar)

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Money House

Money House

15 days ago (Wednesday, October 30th, 2019)

Money House, Patrick O'Reilly (guitar), Stefan Hegerat (drums), Alex Fournier (bass)

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Mark Godfrey

Mark Godfrey

17 days ago (Monday, October 28th, 2019)

Mark Godfrey (bass)

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Austin Bassarath Group

Austin Bassarath Group

17 days ago (Monday, October 28th, 2019)

Austin Bassarath (saxophone), Brenon Parmar (saxophone), William Dietrich (bass), Evan Ng (drums)


Karl Silveira/Kelsley Grant Quintet

Karl Silveira/Kelsley Grant Quintet

18 days ago (Sunday, October 27th, 2019)

Karl Silveira (trombone), Kelsley Grant (trombone)

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Jenna Marie and Harrision Argatoff

Jenna Marie and Harrision Argatoff

18 days ago (Sunday, October 27th, 2019)

Jenna Marie (voice), Harrison Argatoff (saxophone), Ben Isenstein (piano), Alexander Argatoff (bass), Keith Barstow (drums)

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