Date

Sunday Feb 26 2023
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Labels

2023

TWILIGHT JAZZ SERIES: CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH – FAITH AMOUR TRIO

📅 DATE: Sunday, Feb 26, 2023
🕑 TIME: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
🏟️ VENUE: Mahtay Cafe and Lounge
🏟️ ADDRESS: 241 St Paul St, St. Catharines, ON L2R 3M7

💵 PRICE: $29 + HST
💵 DISCOUNT: MAWS (Musicians/Arts Workers/Students) $15 + HST
💵 SERIES PASS: $149 + HST (Includes 6 shows)
🚗 PARKING: Free on site


ABOUT THE SHOW:

Award-winning recording artist and songwriter Faith Amour is back with us for our 12th season of the Twilight Jazz Series! 


Presented by the TD Niagara Jazz Festival in partnership with the Mahtay Cafe and co-sponsored by DPLU Music.


ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Faith Amour on Vocals
Raised in Toronto church and community choirs, after studying classical voice and piano, organ and composition, Faith Amour found that her innate spontaneity, creativity, and outside the box nature drew her straight to jazz. Today Faith is an award-winning recording artist and songwriter steadily emerging on the North American jazz scene. Read more.

Ross MacIntyre on Bass

Ross MacIntyre is one of the most sought after bassists in Canada. He has played on hundreds of recordings including 11 that have won or were nominated for JUNO awards. As a side musician, he has shared the stage with some of North America’s great performers including Matt Dusk, Emilie-Claire Barlow, Guido Basso, Geoffey Keezer Warren Vaché, Filo Machado, Heather Bambrick, Elizabeth Shephard, Kellylee Evans, Laila Biali, Jesse Cook, Shannon Butcher, Barbra Lica, Eliana Cuevas, Jorge Miguel, The Shuffle Demons, and many others. Read more.

Stu Harrison on Piano

Stu Harrison was born and raised in South-Western Ontario, beginning piano instruction at the age of 3. Completing his early studies through the Suzuki Method in London ON, and then studying with Harold Riddolls (RCM), he attained his ARCT by 16. Following several years of competitive classical performance, he branched out into a wide variety of musical settings, from choir direction to church organist, and finally to jazz. He attended the University of Toronto’s Jazz Performance program, graduating with Honours in 2003. Read more.

Wade Pfaff – Canadian Black Jazz Historian

Wade Pfaff, PhD candidate York U/ TMU, MA Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University, 2020. Wade Pfaff is a diverse artist and academic with a background in community work and immersive anthropological fieldwork in Black history and jazz in Nova Scotia and Ontario. Read more.

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