Date

Wednesday Dec 23 2020
Expired!

Time

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost

$9-49 + HST

Labels

2020

Music of a Charlie Brown Christmas Featuring the Peter Shea Trio

COVID-19 UPDATE – SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS

DATE: Wednesday, December 23, 2020
BAND: Peter Shea Trio
TIME: Livestream: 7:00pm - 8:00 pm EST
VENUES (for curbside pick-up):
St Catharines:  Dalhousie Yacht Club - 74 Lighthouse Road, Port Dalhousie, St. Catharines
Niagara-on-the-Lake: TBC
Niagara Falls:  TBC
PRICE: 3-Course Dinner (Delivery*) and Livestreamed Show: $49 + HST (Limited tickets available)
3-Course Dinner (Curbside Pickup) and Livestreamed Show: $39 + HST (Limited tickets available)
             Livestreamed Show (Regular price): $19 + HST
             Livestreamed Show (Discount for Artists, Arts workers, and Students): $9 + HST
*Delivery available within 15km of restaurant

COVID-19 UPDATE

Hi everyone…
An update on the Charlie Brown Show on Wed, Dec 23rd…
As you know we are no longer permitted to do live music in a venue (in Niagara) until further notice so here are your options if you already have your ‘dine-in tickets’.
1 – You can pick up your 3-course meal at the Dalhousie Yacht Club and we will provide you with the private link to the show. We would throw in a complimentary Xmas in Niagara CD for the trouble! 😉
2 – We can provide you with the private link to the show and we can deliver your meal to you (within 12kms of the Yacht Club). We would throw in a complimentary Xmas in Niagara CD for the trouble! 😉
3 – We can provide you with the private link to the show, we can refund you $30 + HST per person. We would throw in a complimentary Xmas in Niagara CD for the trouble! 😉
Please email shadi@niagarajazzfestival.com with your choice and if you have time please tune into our big World Music event tomorrow online. It’s FREE! 😉
Kind regards,
Juliet

ABOUT THE SHOW

The Music of a Charlie Brown Christmas takes audiences on a nostalgic journey of one most beloved holiday albums, created by Vince Guaraldi for the 1965 TV special of the same name. Performed by the Peter Shea Trio, this show takes the best of jazz, serves it up with traditional holiday music, and provides a wonderful tradition that will delight the entire family.

If purchasing tickets to our “Music of a Charlie Brown Christmas” show, please see below for additional information:

DINNER + SHOW: Shadi (from our TD NJF team) will be contacting you to confirm your dinner choice for the evening. She will also send you our COVID safety protocol.  We recommend reviewing the menu options, as the available options are different between both dates.

LIVESTREAM: The private YouTube link will be sent to you via email on the day of the show. If you would like to see the show AFTER December 23rd you can purchase the ‘show only’ ticket and the link will be sent to you for you to view at your convenience.

For more information about this event, please contact Shadi:
PHONE: 1-844-LIV-JAZZ (548-5299)
EMAIL: shadi@niagarajazzfestival.com

** Please note that donations accepted to help the TD Niagara Jazz Festival (Registered Charity: #80107-7033-RR0001) continue to bring live music to Niagara and beyond. Thank you for supporting the arts!

To donate and help support the festival:

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

This year the PETER SHEA TRIO  features:  PETER SHEA / CLARK JOHNSTON / TERRY CLARKE

PETER SHEA: Piano and Vocals

(Co-creator of the TD Niagara Jazz Festival and Twilight Jazz Series)

With his long musical lineage, Peter Shea is considered one of Niagara’s premier Multi-instrumentalists. (Piano, drums + percussion and vocals.) Peter graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Jazz Performance and Composition and arranges, composes and performs world wide. His extensive resume includes touring across Canada with comedian Sean Cullen; performing at the world famous Edinburgh Comedy Festival on both piano and drums (including several live performances on BBC Television & Radio); performing on piano with the Jersey Boys in Toronto; a cross-Canada tour with the “Just for Laughs” Road Show including the Pantages and Massy Hall theatres. As a jazz musician he has also had the unique privilege of performing with many great Canadian jazz artists including Phil Dwyer, Mike Malone, Kevin Turcotte, John Sherwood, Davide Direnzo, Graham Lear, Robi Botos, Liberty Silver, Mike Daley (Jeff Healey Band), Duncan Hopkins, and Gord Sheard. Peter runs the Twilight Jazz Series (now in its 7th year) the TD Niagara Jazz Festival (going into its 5th year) with his wife and musical partner Juliet Dunn. He hopes that you enjoy his tribute to the late great Vince Guaraldi.

For more info: petersheamusic.com

CLARK JOHNSTON: Upright Bass

Clark Johnston started his professional career as a bassist in 1994 and has since had the opportunity to work with the likes of Peter Appleyard, Diana Panton, Reg Schwager, and Don Thompson–just to name a few. He performs regularly with Drew Jurecka, Adrean Farrugia, James Brown, Neil Brathwaite, Ashley St Pierre as well as many other great musicians.

Clark has released three CDs with Shields Johnston Fielding featuring his original compositions and can be heard on many other people’s recordings.

He holds a master’s degree in music composition as well as a Bachelor of Education from York University. Clark is currently on faculty at Mohawk College, McMaster University, and Hillfield Strathallan College.

TERRY CLARKE: Drums

Terry Clarke (drummer) was born in 1944, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He began displaying rhythmic aptitude at a very early age, and was just 12 years old when he began studying formally with noted drum teache and author, Jim Blackley, Blackley was, and remains, a primary figure in Clarke’s continuing development as a musician.

In 1965, Clarke moved to San Francisco to work with the legendary saxophonist, John Handy III. He performed with Handy for the next two and a half years, during which time the Grammy nominated recording, Live at The Monterey Jazz Festival (Columbia-1966) was made. Following the John Handy experience (which included Terry’s long-time musical collaborator and friend, Don Thompson), Clarke began building his reputation for versatility by joining the world-famous pop vocal group, “The Fifth Dimension” at the height of their popularity, travelling and performed extensively with them throughout the U.S.A., Canada and Europe.

Clarke left “The Fifth Dimension” in 1970, subsequently relocating to Toronto where, for the next 15, he played an abundance of jazz in all styles, and established himself as a major figure in Toronto’s then considerable studio scene. Countless television shows, jingles and recording dates were his mainstay, as well performances in legendary Toronto jazz clubs including “George’s Spaghettti House”, “Bourbon Street”, and “Basin Street”, often working with international jazz figures including Frank Rossolino and Lenny Breau. During the same period, he also toured extensively in Japan and Europe with jazz guitar legend Jim Hall and piano great, Oscar Peterson.

Terry Clarke is an original member of the “Rob McConnell and The Boss Brass” jazz big band, recording and touring with the world-acclaimed ensemble for 25 years. In 1985, seeking greater musical challenges, Clarke moved to New York  City to pursue an exclusively jazz-oriented career. During his tenure there, he worked and recorded with The Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra, Helen Merrill, Toots Theilemans, Ann Hampton Callaway, Red Mitchell, Marvin Stamm, Jim Hall, Bill Mays, Roger Kellaway, and Joe Roccisano, to list a few.

Having recorded over 300 albums with various jazz artists, Terry Clarke is a familiar face at jazz festivals, concert halls, and venues throughout the world. In August of 1999, he returned to Toronto, reuniting with Rob to join his exciting new ensemble, “The Rob McConnell Tentet”, Terry Clarke’s most recent CD release is “Bick’s Bag” (Triplet Records) featuring the trio of Bill Mays, Neil Swainson, and Terry Clarke, in tribute to Canadian jazz guitar legend, Ed Bickert.

Terry Clarke continues to perform and record with a number of international artists, including Nancy Wilson, Bill Mays, Renee Rosnes, Jim Hall, and Helen Merrill, as well as with an exciting line-up of Canadian musicians, among them David Braid, Jake Langley, Don Thompson, Nancy Walker, Neil Swainson, and David Occhipinti. Clarke is also an enthusiastic jazz educator, and for the past several years has been a member of the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto.

In 2002, Terry Clarke was named a Member of the Order of Canada.

AWARDS

2002 – Named a Member of the Order of Canada, the highest civilian honour given in this country. It is granted to Canadian citizens ‘for outstanding achievement and service to the country or to humanity at large.’
2004 – National Jazz Awards winner as ‘Drummer of the Year’
2005 – National Jazz Awards winner as ‘Drummer of the Year’
2006 – National Jazz Awards winner as ‘Drummer of the Year’
2007 – National Jazz Awards winner as ‘Drummer of the Year’
2008 – National Jazz Awards winner as ‘Drummer of the Year’
2010 – JUNO Award for ‘Traditional Jazz Album’ for the album “It’s About Time”

1st course
Winter Mixed Green Salad with goat’s cheese, dried cranberries, and walnuts tossed in a simple aged balsamic vinaigrette.

2nd Course (Choose one option during ticket purchase)
BEEF: 48 Hour Roast Beef (prepared medium-rare). Served with crème fresh mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, and Niagara Cab Franc jus.
SALMON: Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon. Served with crème fresh mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, and topped with a maple ginger glaze.
VEGETARIAN: Grilled maple ginger tofu with roasted carrots and potatoes

Dessert
Bailey’s Cheesecake

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