Monday Mar 20 2023


7:00 pm - 9:30 pm




📅 DATE: Monday, Mar 20, 2023
🕑 TIME: 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
🏟️ VENUE: The Hare Wine Co.
🗺️ ADDRESS: 769 Niagara Stone Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0
💵 PRICE: $39 + HST
💵 DISCOUNT:  MAWS (Musicians/Arts Workers/Students) $19 + HST
💵 SERIES PASS:  $149 + HST (Includes 5 shows)
🍕 FOOD:  Cheese and Charcuterie box for $20 + HST / Artisanal Pizzas for $22 + HST (Food options available at Check Out.)
🚗 PARKING: Free on site 


Roberta hunt and her Quartet will be bringing you an energetic presentation of jazz and blues repertoire with their earthy and connected combo.
Tamiya Cox

Presented by the TD Niagara Jazz Festival in partnership with the Hare Wine Co and co-sponsored by DPLU Music.


Roberta Hunt on Vocals and Piano
Roberta Hunt is no stranger to the many venues and festivals in Southern Ontario such as; The Jazz Bistro, The Rex Hotel, Reservoir Lounge, Lula Lounge, and The Lancaster Jazz Club in Kitchener.  Red Hot Ramble and/or her trio have performed at the TD Niagara Jazz Festival, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Lakefield Jazz, All Canadian Big Band Festival and many others. In addition to performing solo and with her own bands (Red Hot Ramble, Bertie and the Gents, Roberta Hunt Trio) in Toronto, Roberta has also participated in the French Quarter Festival New Orleans; Davos Sounds Good Festival, Davos; Rapperswil Jazz Festival, Switzerland; Jazz in Mortigliano, Italy as well as local jazz festivals over her career.  Read more…
Jack Zorawski on bass
Jacek “Jack” arrived in Canada from Poland in 1986 and wasted no time establishing himself in the Toronto traditional jazz scene.  As a young man, Jack travelled all throughout Europe playing “Dixieland” music gaining valuable experience that has served him well in the Toronto music scene, throughout North America, and Japan.  Toronto has long had a vibrant traditional jazz scene and Jack has played bass with just about every band since ’86! Read more.
Jacob Gorzhaltsan on Clarinet and Saxophone
Jacob Gorzhaltsan is a Juno-nominated multi-instrumentalist and composer based in Toronto, Ontario.  Born in Jerusalem, Israel, to parents who are both visual artists, Jacob moved to Canada at a young age afterwards. Early on in his musical pursuits, Jacob was fortunate to attend a workshop and play with his clarinet hero, Buddy DeFranco — a moment that continues to inspire his passion to this day, and began studying music shortly afterwards. Read more.
Glenn Anderson on drums
Born and raised in Toronto, Glenn has been playing drums for close to four decades now. Well known for his hard-swinging, yet sensitive drumming, Glenn is a favourite rhythm section member for many vocalists in Southern Ontario, including such artists as blues-jump musician/songwriter Big Rude Jake and Canada’s ‘Sweetheart of Swing’ Alex Pangman & Her Alleycats. In addition, Glenn performs with various instrumental ensembles ranging from trios to big bands like The Galaxy Orchestra led by reed master/pianist/arranger Ross Wooldridge. Read more.
Opening Act:  Tamiya Cox
Tamiya Cox is a grade 10 honour roll student at Stamford Collegiate in Niagara Falls.  She is an active member of her school community and performs the national anthem at all of Stamford’s home football games. She is also a member of the choir and production club.  Read more.
The Hare Wine Co. is offering some delicious menu items to accompany your wine and jazz experience. A small cheese and charcuterie board for $20 + HST, as well as your choice of a 12-inch pizza for $22 + HST (Smoked duck, Pepperoni or Margarita.) Order in advance when you buy your tickets.
PLEASE NOTE:  Food options available at Check Out

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