- Friday Sep 03 2021
- 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
In Your Own Backyard Dinner and Show: Adrean Farrugia Trio
📅 DATE: Friday, September 3, 2021 🕑 TIME: 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm (Doors open at 6:00 pm) 🏟️ VENUE: Secret location in St. Catharines, North End 💵 PRICE: General Admission: $99; Tent Seating (6 seats): $529 & $559 (plus HST on all prices) - The performance will proceed rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable.
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ABOUT THE SHOW
Live in-person music is returning to the backyard!
Join us on Friday, September 3rd for our VIP-exclusive Dinner and Show, featuring the talent of the Adrean Farrugia Trio, featuring Adrean Farrugia on piano, Jon Maharaj on bass, and Ernesto Cervini on drums! Enjoy this performance with a three-course menu (included in the ticket price), courtesy of Giganti Events and Catering.
Tickets are $99 + HST, and are available in limited quantities. Bringing the entire household with you? Enjoy an entire tent for you and your group (up to 6) for $529 and $559. Add 1-2 seats for an additional fee. The performance will proceed rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable.
This performance is supported by TD Bank, JAZZAMCO, DJB, Michael Sommer, Winemaker’s Vintage, Desjardins, Anchor Pointe, and Stamford Estates.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST: ADREAN FARRUGIA
Adrean Farrugia began playing piano at the age of 12. By age 16 he decided that he would dedicate his life to music. Since then he has become recognized as one of Canada’s finest pianists and composers, having shared the music he loves globally with audiences across Canada, the United States, London UK, Paris, Tokyo, TelAviv, Australia, Poland and The Netherlands with artists such as Ernie Watts, Sheila Jordan, Brad Goode, Joel Frahm, Ernesto Cervini, Matt Dusk and The Worst Pop Band Ever.
Adrean serves on the faculties of Mohawk College and Humber College and has conducted masterclasses and workshops for students at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the Sydney Conservatorium, the Polish Jazz Society Summer Workshop, and the University of Toronto. Adrean has played on more than 40 albums to date garnering 4 Juno award nominations, 1 Juno award and 1 Grammy shortlist recognition.