The Nexus at First

Enriching Community Connections

Redefining community connections by utilizing our newly expanded stage area at First United Salmon Arm.

The Jordan Dick/Jake McIntyre-Paul Quartet
Jan
25
7:00 PM19:00

The Jordan Dick/Jake McIntyre-Paul Quartet

Songs We Know

FEATURING:
Jordan Dick, guitar
Jake McIntyre-Paul, bass
Bob Rogers, trombone
Trevor Wallach, drums

They call it "Songs We Know", but really, it's the songs we love! The music this evening will be a collection of the quartet's favourite standards.

Come early! Bring a friend or two (or three). Enjoy a visit and a cup of tea or coffee and some of Nellie's tasty homemade treats before listening to an evening of familiar musical offerings!

Blues for Alice, Jordan Dick and Jake McIntyre Paul

ADMISSION: By donation.
CONCESSION: Coffee, tea and treats are also available by donation.
DOORS: Open at 6:30pm.

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Lent Fraser Wall McMahon
Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Lent Fraser Wall McMahon

JAZZ SALMON ARM
Lent Fraser Wall McMahon

FEATURING:
Neil Fraser, guitar
John Lent, guitar
Shelby Wall, guitar
Brian McMahon, bass

Thanks to Candace McMahon for permission to use this article published in the Morning Star.

The local trio, on this night a quartet, will be playing a mixture of acoustic jazz and blues.

“Our playing has a rootsy, raw sound to it,” said lead guitarist Neil Fraser. “Our sound is driven by the acoustic guitar, even though we are amplified.”

What Fraser is referring to is the Django-influenced guitar style where, during improvisation, the artist controls and ‘bends’ the timing, rhythms, melody, and even the chord progressions. This acoustic style of playing is really what makes Lent Fraser Wall songs sound authentic as they move in and out of the groove.

The band’s many original songs are captivating, some say spellbinding, as they transport listeners on a journey filled with their unique blend of musical genres. It’s the ordinary day-to-day situations and occurrences that inspire John Lent in his song writing, as he transforms them into rich and magical lyrics that mirror our struggles to understand the world in which we live.

Lent moved to Vernon in the late ‘70s and taught literature and creative writing at Okanagan College for 33 years until his retirement as the college’s regional dean in 2011. He is still actively writing and publishing songs, books and poetry.

Fraser is an accomplished guitar teacher and, though now teaching privately, was an instructor with the Vernon Community Music School for more than 15 years. Listen in awe for the extremely elastic leads he is sure to deliver.

Shelby Wall moved to the Vernon area in the late ‘70s. He first began performing rock and country-rock and became interested in jazz around 1988. Wall has been described by Lent as the anchor, allowing Fraser his acoustic adventures.

Wall has the opportunity to hoist his anchor and do some unrestricted playing for this gig, as Brian McMahon will be taking on the responsibility of anchoring their sound for the night. McMahon, a Vernon bassist, is the band’s plus one. A long-time fan of the trio, McMahon is delighted to get the opportunity to perform with them for this concert.

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Nellie's homemade treats, coffee and tea are available by donation.

Lent Fraser Wall Trio

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Kamloops Symphony
Jan
12
7:30 PM19:30

Kamloops Symphony

The Magic of Vienna

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FEATURING GUEST ARTIST:
Mark Ferris, violin

All the effervescent music you have come to expect from a Kamloops Symphony Magic of Vienna program, featuring two-time Juno Award winning violinist, Mark Ferris.

PROGRAMME:
Saraste: Zigeunerweisen
Kodaly: Galanta Dances
Strauss: On the Beautiful Blue Danube
Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 1

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S.C. & the Shujazz Quintet
Jan
11
7:00 PM19:00

S.C. & the Shujazz Quintet

Jazz Club
S.C. & the Shujazz Quintet

FEATURING:
Dan Smith, guitar
Chris Pedderson, EWI
Colin Spence, piano
Bill Lockie, bass and vocals
Sandy Cameron, sax

Sandy Cameron and the Shujazz Quintet are back! For those of you who are unfamiliar with this instrument, this time round, the group is bringing a EWI into the mix. EWI is an electronic wind instrument. It's quite amazing, capable of a myriad of sounds and is played masterfully by Chris Pedderson. Make sure you start the 2018 Jazz Club season with this exciting ensemble who is sure to wow you with their jazz stylings!

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Nellie's homemade treats, coffee and tea are available by donation.

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Snowdrop
Jan
6
7:30 PM19:30

Snowdrop

FEATURING:
Jaeden Izik-Dzurko

This is a concert you will not want to miss!

Jaeden Izik-Dzurko is back home for the holidays having completed his first semester at the prestigious Juilliard Music school. This spring, Jaeden will be playing concertos with symphony orchestras in Calgary and Vancouver. It is exciting that he is becoming recognized and appreciated in the wider musical world!

We are fortunate to have Jaeden back at the Nexus at First to start our New Year. Having just completed a CBC live recording on January 4, Jaeden is presenting his Snowdrop Solo Recital. 

Admission is free or by donation. 

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Shuswap Dance
Dec
16
10:00 PM22:00

Shuswap Dance

Come and watch the Christmas Stories told through the talented dancers from the Shuswap Dance Centre.

Make sure to get your tickets early from the studio at 590 Okanagan Avenue SE. ($9).
     Monday - Wednesday 2:30-6:30pm
     Thursday - Friday 2:30 - 4:30pm.
TIckets sell quickly! Any remaining tickets will be for sale at the door for $10.

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Merry Krizz
Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

Merry Krizz

JAZZ SALMON ARM

You won't want to miss this! It's Merry Krizz featuring Sandy Cameron, Andrea Roberts and the ShuJazz Quintet. This is the 2017 Jazz Salmon Arm Christmas musical extravaganza! Bring your friends to enjoy an incredible evening with an incredible band. 

Sandy Cameron - Sax and clarinet
Andrea Roberts - Vocals
Terry Kosowick - Trumpet
Jake McIntyre-Paul - Upright bass
Gareth Seys- Drums and trombone
Colin Spence - Piano

Come join Sandy and friends and support the Jazz Club. Door open at 6:30pm. Admission is by donation.

Check out their promotional video!
https://youtu.be/1pKSOK8fWDI

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The Basic Needs
Nov
30
7:00 PM19:00

The Basic Needs

JAZZ SALMON ARM

FEATURING:
Jordan Dick, guitar
Blair Shier, bass
Gareth Seys, drums (and trombone)

An instrumental modern jazz trio hailing from Salmon Arm, BC. The Basic Needs music can best be described as an honest exploration into the depths of creativity.

Whether playing their own imaginative and grooving original compositions or thoughtfully reinventing classic jazz standards and pop tunes with their energized blend of creative interplay and aural sensibility, there's something for almost every music fan's ears.  These three musicians have spent the last decade studying and sharing the stage with many of the counties finest musicians including Bill Coon, Phil Dwyer, Richard Underhill, and Bob Shields.

Jordan Dick, Blair Shier, and Gareth Seys combine to produce a provocative, unique sound that is as interesting as it is worthwhile!

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Coffee, tea and treats are available by donation.

 

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Trevor Giancola Trio
Nov
16
7:00 PM19:00

Trevor Giancola Trio

JAZZ SALMON ARM

FEATURING:
Trevor Giancola, guitar
John Meyer, bass
Adam Arruda, drums

Trevor Giancola Trio has released an album of beautiful standards and originals. The Trio’s varied musical backgrounds enables the group to approach originals and standards in a unique and diverse way. Giancola (34) has been playing the guitar since an early age, and has been immersed in the Toronto jazz scene for the past 10 years. He has performed with Mike Murley, Kelly Jefferson, Seamus Blake, Donny McCaslin, John Macleod, Phil Dwyer, Sophie Milman, John Abercrombie, Pat Labarbera and others. Trevor has been a faculty member at Humber College since 2009.

Bassist Jon Meyer (33) has performed with jazz artists such as Peter Appleyard, Tony"Oulabula" Bazley, Ned Goold, Terry Lukiwski, Norman Marshall Villeneuve, David Virelles, Lee Wallace, Perry White and Jake Wilkinson to name just a few. He has played on numerous film and television soundtracks and has toured extensively throughout North America and Europe. Drummer Adam Arruda (26) has been surrounded by music from a very early age, growing up in a musical family. Now residing in Brooklyn, NY, Adam is among the most sought-after drummers in the music world and has had the privilege of working with such artists as Greg Osby, Dayna Stephens, Gilad Hekselman, Kevin Eubanks, James Moody, Phil Woods, Jeremy Pelt and many others.

trevorgiancola.com

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Coffee, tea and treats are available by donation.

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Mimosa
Nov
2
7:00 PM19:00

Mimosa

JAZZ SALMON ARM

FEATURING:
Rebecca Shoichet, vocals
Anna Lumiere, piano and accordion
Karen Graves, sax, flute and vocals
Adam Thomas, bass
Bernie Arai, drums

Although every member of Mimosa is also active on the Canadian music scene in many other groups, the band has been together for almost two decades and has developed a unique performance that will take you on an unforgettable journey into time and sound.

The Vancouver quintet draws on Jazz, Brazilian Sambas, French 60s pop and Cabaret music to concoct its own unique sound: gorgeous melodies, quirky lyrics, incredible groove and sky-high improvisations.

With three critically acclaimed CDs and festival appearances all over Canada (including the Vancouver and Montreal Jazz Festivals), they have become CBC favourites, selected first as the subject of a one-hour long documentary and more recently as one of four Western bands featured on television, radio and the web, in the popular “Mai de la chanson d’ici”. In September 2011, they also appeared on the French CBC show “Bien au Show”, for their final episode. In 2012, Mimosa collaborated for the first time with dancers and a projectionist for a unique performance at the Sechelt Arts Festival. Recently, Mimosa toured the Okanagan with a brand new repertoire of originals and interesting arrangements of standards. In 2016 they performed at various festivals, including the Harmony Arts Festival, the Gibsons Jazz Festival, the Pender Harbour Jazz Festival and many others.

Mimosa's music is composed by the three women of the group and some of their compositions have been used in film and television (Rise of the Gargoyles, Mange ta ville, etc). Lumiere also received a IMA composition award for Hotel des peines perdues and some of her songs have been rearranged for choirs (Echos du Pacifique).

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Coffee, tea and treats are available by donation.

http://mimosamusic.com/mimosamusic.com/

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Kamloops Symphony Orchestra
Oct
27
7:00 PM19:00

Kamloops Symphony Orchestra

Masterworks Salmon Arm Series
O Canada

Guest Artist: Mark D'Angelo, Trumpet

The trumpet shall sound! This programme highlights the brilliant sound of the trumpet and our principal trumpeter, Mark D’Angelo. The programme includes two newly commissioned works by Canadian composers. Join us in celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday.

Stokes: Sesquie for Canada’s 150th
Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin
Estacio: Trumpet Concerto
Elgar: Enigma Variations

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Kamloops Symphony Salmon Arm Masterworks Series

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Overdraft
Oct
26
7:00 PM19:00

Overdraft

JAZZ SALMON ARM

Overdraft. The band you can bank on!

Featuring:
Jake Verburg - lead guitar
Bill Lockie - bass, vocals
Mike Scharf - sax
Steph Clifford - rhythm guitar, vocals

These talented local musicians playing swing, gypsy jazz, and jazz standards. Come enjoy an evening of great listening. 

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Coffee, tea and treats are available by donation.

https://jazzsalmonarm.com

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3 Squared
Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

3 Squared

 

Mark Langridge - guitar
Jake McIntyre-Paul - bass
Chris Pettersen - saxophone
Brian Pratt-Johnson - drums/vocal
Gareth Seys - trombone/drums

Canadian jazz group, 3 Squared, is a musical collective featuring two horns, a guitar and two hyphenated surnames. As part of a healthy auditory experience, 3 Squared is just what the soul doctor ordered. "These lads will make things right."

ADMISSION: By donation. Doors open at 6:30pm.
CONCESSION: Coffee, tea and treats are available by donation.

https://jazzsalmonarm.com

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Bill Coon and Oliver Gannon
Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Bill Coon and Oliver Gannon

Bill Coon and Oliver Gannon
Two Much Guitar!

Oliver Gannon - guitar
Bill Coon - guitar
Darren Radtke - acoustic bass
David Robbins - drums

Interplay and communication is what Oliver Gannon and Bill Coon are all about as they play off each other and have a great time doing it!

The band’s critically acclaimed debut CD Two Much Guitar showcases the sparks that fly between these two guitarists and the conversational quality and intimacy the duo achieves in a live setting. Recently Two Much More! has received even more favourable reviews as the band just keeps evolving.

Bill Coon, a Juno nominated was awarded Jazz Guitarist of the Year in 2009 while Juno award winner Oliver Gannon was chosen Jazz Guitarist of the Year in 2003.

While the group showcases the two virtuoso guitarists, acoustic bassist Darren Radtke and drummer Dave Robbins round out the quartet and add their own incredible supportive and soloing talents to the powerful combination of talent.

A mixture of classic standards and originals from Coon and Gannon are performed with verve, wit and spontaneity. Although you will hear influences Wes Montgomery, Jim Hall, and Grant Green, this band has a sound all it’s own.

Oliver Gannon and Bill Coon have performed together to enthusiastic audiences throughout British Columbia and appear regularly at Vancouver’s clubs to sold-out houses.

The group has been exploring new repertoire drawn from the Duke Ellington-Billy Strayhorn songbook, while Bill and Oliver continue to collaborate on new compositions and arrangements as heard on their new CD Two Much More! (Cellar Live June 2015)


REVIEWS

OLIVER GANNON & BILL COON
TWO MUCH M0RE!

Oliver Gannon, Bill Coon (g); Darren Radtke (b); Dave Robbins(d). Vancouver, 2015. 
(Cellar Live 11815)

Brian Robinson – Jazz Journal
This disc was a revelation – two veteran guitarists of whom I was previously unaware enjoying themselves in relaxed and intriguing fashion. With exemplary support from bass and drums, the swing factor is never absent. Gannon's sense of melody and swing comes from the left speaker whilst Bill Coon's more harmonic approach, which can be appreciated on Tones For St Joan, comes from the right. The four Ellington/Strayhorn numbers on the CD get virtuoso treatments of which those illustrious gentlemen would surely have approved. So much great music here: listen to the way they dig into The End 0f A Love Affair. A very possible candidate for the 2015 top 10.
 

Stuart Broomer – The Whole Note 2015
There’s an infectious joy about Oliver Gannon and Bill Coon’s Two Much More! (Cellar Live CL011815 cellarlive.com), the elite Vancouver guitarists commemorating the decade-old launch of their project Two Much Guitar! with a studio session accompanied by bassist Darren Radtke and drummer Dave Robbins. Gannon is a propulsive swinger with a fuller, bright, hard-edged sound who generates continuous melodic flow; Coon is a subtler, more elusive musician, floating over the beat with a glassy, slightly muted sound, more focused on harmonic invention. What matters most, though, is their evident pleasure in one another’s musical company as they alternately lead and accompany in a program studded with masterful renditions of classic songs, many of them ballads like Billy Strayhorn’s Chelsea Bridge, Johnny Mandel’s Emily and Ellington’s In a Sentimental Mood, before closing with Bobby Timmons’ Moanin’.

www.coastaljazz.ca/two_much_guitar_2017

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Salmon Arm Jazz Club
Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

Salmon Arm Jazz Club

Lennart Axelsson and the European All Stars
Thursday, September 7 - 7:00pm

 

Lennart Axelsson, a Swedish born trumpet player now living in Germany, is considered to be "the best European jazz trumpet player".

You won't want to miss this exciting kick off to the 2017-2018 Salmon Arm Jazz Club year!

Doors open at 6:30. Admission is by donation.

Coffee, tea and Nellie's tasty baked goods will be available at the concert (by donation).

http://www.lennart-axelsson.com/

 

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Shuswap Dance Show
Jun
10
7:00 PM19:00

Shuswap Dance Show

Junior Show - Saturday, June 10 at 1:30pm
This matinee will run just over an hour and will feature performances by the younger students with numbers from their Performance Groups and older students. 
Grade Two Ballet, Tap 3, Level 3 Modern/Hip Hop and all levels below.


Senior Show - Saturday, June 10 at 7:00pm
The evening performance is approximately an hour and a half long. It will feature Grade 3 and up ballet, Level 4 and up Tap, and Level 4 and above Modern/Hip Hop.

Tickets are available at the door for $10 or in advance at the Studio for $9 at 590 Okanagan Avenue SE.
     Monday-Tuesday 2:30-6:30pm
     Wednesday 3:30-6:30pm
     Thursday-Friday 2:30 - 4:30pm

For more information, visit their website at www.shuswapdance.com or phone 250-832-5258.
 

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Shuswap Jazz Club
Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

Shuswap Jazz Club

GUITARS!!! - featuring Dan Smith

Join us for our 3rd annual tribute to the coolest instrument in the universe – the GUITAR!

This year we will feature Salmon Arms newest acquisition Dan Smith. Dan is a graduate of Capilano University, a true jazz guitarist and passionate student of the game. He will be joined by Jordan Dick and Blair Shier as they explore the past, present, and future of the GUITAR!  Completing the group will be Jake McIntyre Paul on bass and Gareth Seys on the drums.

Admission is by Donation.
Coffee, tea, and Nellie's amazing baked goods are also available by donation.

https://jazzsalmonarm.wordpress.com/

 

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Salmon Arm Jazz Club
May
25
7:00 PM19:00

Salmon Arm Jazz Club

Sandy Cameron and "The Old Guys"

Over 320 years of combined playing experience!

Come enjoy an evening of amazing local talent! Listen as Sandy Cameron – saxophone, Don Clark – trumpet, Chuck Howard – trumpet, Bill Lockie – bass, Don Ross – Piano, Gareth Seys – drums/trombone bring this music to life!

Doors open at 6:30. Admission is by donation.

Coffee, tea and Nellie's tasty baked goods will be available at the concert.

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Everything Shuswap Book Launch
May
17
7:00 PM19:00

Everything Shuswap Book Launch

Everything Shuswap

By Jim Cooperman
Foreword by Alan Haig-Brown

The author, Jim Cooperman, has gifted his work to the School District, so that all funds raised will be dedicated to support outdoor learning in the Shuswap. He has been working on the project for the ten years his column, Shuswap Passion has been published in the Market News. In addition, he plans to provide all the digital research materials to the local schools.

The 250 page book includes:

  • Stunning photos by some of the Shuswap’s most outstanding photographers
  • Graphs, statistics and charts designed specifically to educate readers about the Shuswap
  • Maps that illustrate key features not seen elsewhere, including historical maps
  • Historical black and white photos from local museums

Join Jim in The Nexus for a presentation, music, a slide show and a reading. Then continue the celebration of this new book in the hall with a book signing, music and refreshments. 

Books are $30 and all funds raised support outdoor learning in the Shuswap through School District programs.

For more information visit
www.shuswappassion.ca   and   www.everythingshuswap.ca

 

 

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Salmon Arm Community Band
May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Salmon Arm Community Band

Salmon Arm Community Band concert is Saturday, May 13 at 7:30 pm, under the direction of Rich Thorne. The Community Band will present an exciting program, with focus on Canadian music for the Canada 150 celebrations in 2017. 

The Community Band concerts are always well attended by audiences so make sure you get a seat! 

Admission is by donation. 

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Kamloops Symphony
May
12
7:30 PM19:30

Kamloops Symphony

Rachmaninoff and Stravinsky

Guest Artist: Jaeden Izik-Dzurko, Piano
Guest Conductor: Martin MacDonald

We are pleased to present the amazing Jaeden Izik-Dzurko of Salmon Arm. Such an impeccable young performer is a rarity. Don't miss the opportunity to hear this emerging artist from our own backyard.  

Copland - Appalachian Spring    
Rachmaninoff - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Tailleferre - Overture for Orchestra   
Stravinsky - Jeu de cartes (Card Game)

Get your tickets early by going to the Kamloops Symphony website  www.kamloopssymphony.com or in Salmon Arm at Wearabouts.


WHAT IS THE TD SOUNDCHECK PROGRAM?

It's a way for you to connect to live, classical music and the Kamloops Symphony. Anyone between the ages of 19 to 34 is eligible to buy tickets to Kamloops Symphony concerts at just $15 per ticket.

Get more information or to register, go to  http://www.kamloopssymphony.com/tdsoundcheck.htm.

 

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Friends Benefit Concert
May
4
to May 7

Friends Benefit Concert

Canada
Coast to Coast to Coast Thru Music

Sing along with us as we travel across Canada with two songs from each Province and Territory to celebrate our wonderful country. 

You will hear both familiar songs and some new ones. Enjoy First Nations dancers, hear stories and watch skits performed by local area musicians.

This will be the fifth in a series of benefit concerts produced over the last six years by Wildwood Benefit Productions (AKA, Jake ‘n Friends) where the net proceeds go to a charitable organization. This year's funds will go to the newly formed Benefit Concert Series Legacy Fund to insure future productions.

Friends Benefit Concert Dates:
Thursday, May 4 at 7:00 pm
Friday, May 5 at 7:00 pm
Saturday May 6 at 7:00 pm
Sunday May 7 at 2:00pm (doors at 1:30pm)

Doors open at 6:30pm and admission is by donation.

Presented by Wildwood Benefit Productions

 

 

 

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Shuswap Men's Chorus
May
3
7:30 PM19:30

Shuswap Men's Chorus

The concert is called Opposites Attract, and is a joint concert project between the Shuswap Men’s Chorus and Tapestry Women’s Choir from Armstrong. Conductors of the Shuswap Men’s Chorus are Mary Landers and Jean MacLennan, conductor of the Tapestry Women’s Choir is Deborah Mehes, accompanist is Norma Jean Gomme. Expect a little competition between these two fine choirs!

Tickets are $15 and are available at Pink Cherry 250-832-9629 and Shuswap Clothing 250-832-2113. 

This concert will also be presented on Saturday, April 29 at 4 pm at the Armstrong Bible Chapel. Tickets for the Armstrong concert are available at The Brown Derby and Your Dollar Store With More.

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Justin Glibbery Quartet Featuring Yanti
Apr
29
7:30 PM19:30

Justin Glibbery Quartet Featuring Yanti

If you were at the Jazz Club in November you will remember these familiar faces from an amazing evening of music in The Nexus at First: Justin Glibbery on piano, Michael Treadway on drums and Stefan Bienz on bass. This time around there are newer faces as well! Michael Perkins will join on trumpet and they are bringing guest vocalist, Yanti! Her sultry vocal style compliments this diverse yet cohesive band. From innovative original compositions to torch vocals on jazz classics, this group will entertain you and have you feeling it!

This is a concert you don't want to miss!

Tickets are $20 and are available online at www.justinglibbery.com, locally at Acorn Music (250) 832-8669 or at the door.

Justin Glibbery Quartet
www.justinglibbery.com

Yanti
yanti.ca

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SALMON ARM JAZZ CLUB
Apr
27
7:00 PM19:00

SALMON ARM JAZZ CLUB

BRET HIGGINS

Bret Higgins is a bassist, composer/songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Toronto, Canada. He leads a varied career that encompasses writing original music for ensembles, co-writes with singer-songwriters, writing for film, producing, arranging, and performing and recording with a multitude of artists from across the spectrum of contemporary music. In 2017 he looks forward to a spring North American tour plus the release of a new record from his Bret Higgins' Atlas Revolt instrumental project.

As an extremely prolific composer, arranger, songwriter, and producer, Bret's music has been heard in clubs, theatres, and concert halls throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Brazil.

Doors open at 6:30pm.
Admission is by donation.

Bret Higgins

Salmon Arm Jazz Club

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P.O. Box 940, 450 Okanagan Avenue SE, Salmon Arm, BC  V1E 4P1