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Wed, July 20 - Sunday, July 24
ShowS Only: $199 + HST
MEALS* & ShowS: $499 + HST
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|Wednesday, July 20th, 2022||7:30 pm - 10:30 pm||LATE NIGHT JAZZ in the VINEYARD||Dizzy & Fay||Stratus Vineyards||BUY NOW|
|Thursday, July 21st, 2022||7:30 pm - 10:30 pm||SOUL JAZZ in the VINEYARD||Natural Elements with Jillian Mendez||The Hare Wine Co.||BUY NOW|
|Friday, July 22nd, 2022||7:30 pm - 10:30 pm||JAZZ in the VINEYARD||Terry Clarke Trio||The Hare Wine Co.||BUY NOW|
|Saturday, July 23rd, 2022||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm||JAZZ PIC NIC||Tia Brazda||The Brown Homestead||BUY NOW|
|Saturday, July 23rd, 2022||7:00 pm - 9:30 pm||SAX JAZZ in the VINEYARD||Lance Anderson Band with Simon Wallis on Sax||Henry of Pelham||BUY NOW|
|Sunday, July 24th, 2022||10:30 am - 8:30 pm||WORLD MUSIC on the BEACH||Various Artists||Club LaSalle / Sunset Beach||FREE|
Dizzy and Fay
Somewhere in the night a melody spills out of a smokey alley and bounces down the cobblestone. That’s where you’ll find Dizzy & Fay; through the secret door in your heart, singing love songs to the American Songbook.
In the past year, creators Mark Lalama and Amanda Walther have co-written a grand collection of original jazz songs that echo timeless standards. Think late nights, jazz cigarettes, AMSRomance and songs you swear you’ve loved your whole life. Dizzy & Fay’s debut single I Wish That You Were Here drops November 20 2020, with a 12 song LP album shortly behind, arriving in 2021.
Baby, this has just begun…
Mark Lalama is an acclaimed pianist/producer/writer who has worked with some of the top Canadian jazz artists including legends like Jackie Richardson, Marc Jordan, Guido Basso, and Molly Johnson.
Amanda Walther is a Juno nominated singer-songwriter and has spent most of her career as half of the award winning folk-roots duo Dala.
Visit Dizzy and Fay at their website: dizzyandfay.com/epk
Terry Clarke 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 teacher 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.
Lance Anderson is a Juno award winning producer (Leahy) and the 2014 Maple Blues Award ‘Keyboardist of the Year’.
In 2015, Lance was music co-producer and performer on ‘Oscar With Love’ a critically acclaimed 3CD package that commemorated Oscar Peterson’s 90th birthday, that included some of the world’s top jazz pianists including Chick Corea, Ramsey Lewis, Michel Legrand, and Oliver Jones, playing Peterson compositions. It was released on December 11th, 2015. He performed ‘Sir Lancewell’ a new Peterson composition written for him, by the jazz great.
Lance is also an internationally known Hammond organ player, and is a specialist in the N’Orleans piano style. He has performed at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, The Mont Tremblant Blues Festival, The Southside Shuffle and the Kitchener Blues Festivals amongst many others and has been featured on CBC Radio’s Saturday Night Blues and the Gumbo Kitchen on Jazz.fm Toronto.
Considered one of Canada’s finest record producers, Lance has his own label Make It Real Records which only records live-off-the-floor and captures the drama of a real performance. Blackburn, Fathead, Garth Hudson, The Cameo Blues Band and 2B3 The Toronto Sessions are just some of the artists Lance has produced. In 2015 Lance produced ‘Inside Out’ by Harmonica wizard Roly Platt, and toured his productions of ‘The Last Waltz’, ‘Mad Dogs and Englishmen’ and ‘Soulsville – The Music of Stax’ to sold out theatres across Canada.
Lance spent ten years touring North America and the world with Shakura S’Aida and arranged two Symphony shows of her music and performed as well. He conducted the Wheeling West Virginia Symphony for the premiere of ‘Symphony in G Minor’. In May of 2017 The Okanagan Symphony and Ballet Kelowna premiered Lance’s orchestral arrangement of Oscar Peterson’s ‘The Canadiana Suite’. which had its world premiere in Kelowna BC. In Oct 2018 The Kitchener Symphony played 10 of Lance’s Musical arrangements in ‘Queens of Soul’.
2019 saw the release of ‘Saturday Night’ by MATCHEDASH PARISH a new 12 piece rockin’ Soul/Roots ensemble that Lance and Kitchener ON phenom Matt Weidinger have put together.
He has a degree in music from Western Univ. Honours B. Mus. (Composition) and has both film and TV credits as a writer.
Anderson is co-executive producer of the Boquete Panama Jazz and Blues Festival, and the Beaches Panama Jazz and Blues Fest (Panama) and is Artistic Director (music) of Orillia Centre Presents – a music, dance and art festival in Orillia ON.