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THE MARY CATHERINE PAZZANO QUINTET – November 15, 2019 at the Marsh Street Centre playing the music of Leonard Bernstein, including songs from West Side Story, On the Town, and Wonderful Town. Mary Catherines classical training, combined with her jazz sensibilities, created an enthralling evening of Bernstein classics, as well as lesser-known works. Rounding out the quintet were Jeff Daniels on piano, Jason Hunter on saxophone, Pat Collins on bass, and Steve James on drums.

THE NEW WAVE – September 20, 2019 - saw CANADIAN JAZZ represented by two of the most prominent young jazz musicians in the country. WILLIAM SPERANDEI on trumpet and ALISON YOUNG on tenor sax. William studied at the University of New Orleans under Ellis Marsalis and Alison was chosen as one of the (Best 35 Canadian Jazz Artists under 35)by the CBC. Joining them will be Andy Harasymczuk on guitar, Jack McFadden on bass and Allan Halford on drums. This was an interesting Jazz evening. We had scheduled a quintet for the evening for a session titled (The New Wave in Canadian Jazz). By 7:00 pm we had the Trumpet with William Sperandei, the Bass with Jack Mcfadden, and the guitar with Andy Harasymczuk. The sax lady, and the drummer were tied up in traffic. So, the trio started off, and played some fantastic music. Then, a bit later, the other two arrived, and Alison Young, the sax player, joined the trio right away and more wonderful music was presented. We then decided to have the quartet carry on until the break and then at break time, the drummer, Allan Halford would have time to set up and join the other four. The second half provided more great music. You could never plan this sort of thing, but as it happened, it really worked well.

ARTISTRY ON A JAZZ GUITAR – August 23, 2019 - LORNE LOFSKY - internationally recognized Jazz guitarist remembers his friend Ed Bickert, the iconic Canadian Jazz guitarist. Discover the musical lives of two great Canadian jazz musicians. Lorne is joined by Kieran Overs on bass and Barry Romberg on drums.

A LITTLE LATE BUT BETTER - Dean Hollin G for Gershwin – Valley weather caused a weeks delay BUT it was worth the wait. Dean Hollin presented G is for Gershwin "2.0" one week later than planned on March 6th, delayed because of a snowstorm. The program highlighted some of the greatest songs created by the team of brothers George and Ira. Accompanying Dean was his long-time collaborator, Steve Thomas, on the piano, and Ian Copeland, on drums.

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