You have to know the rules in order to break them. Andrea Superstein knows the rules. And she breaks them. Gleefully taking swing, blues, Latin and ballad and subtly infusing pop, indie rock and other unexpected elements, she as Tom Harrison, music critic for the Vancouver Province, said, is “redefining jazz.” Playing on her eclectic tastes and broad musical knowledge, Superstein takes listeners on a musical trip that starts in Tin Pan Alley and twists its way to today. Re-envisioning standards like I Love Paris, giving them a trip-hop facelift, while turning pop anthems like Venus into dark sultry film noir scores, she invites us to question genre and ask why music has boundaries at all. Think Peggy Lee meets Portishead. (with Jen Lewin, piano, Nino DiPasqale, drums).