This Nelson-based quintet serves up the music of Cole Porter. Featruing Rick Lingard, vocals and sax, trumpeter Tim Bullen, guitarist Doug Stephenson, Mark Spielman on acoustic bas and drummer Steven Parish.
The smooth vocals and charismatic ukelele of Brian Kalbfleisch will bring down the house with this eclectic and slightly eccentric arrangements of some very old tunes, some not so-old-tunes, and some never-before-heard tunes. The band will be swingin' hot and looking sharp in their bowties, so put on your roaring 20s flapper outfit and join the party.
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Laura Landsberg brings her unique blend of Jazz, Blues and gospel to the GRiff series, with featured selections from the Duke. Some of the area’s finest musicians will make this a very special night. Clinton Swanson on saxophone, Paul Landsberg on guitar, Rob Fahie on Bass, and Tony Ferraro on drums.
There’s no script and no safety net as Edmonton’s best emerging talent bring improvised song, dance and comedy to the Muriel Griffiths Room. Improvised on the spot, with random ideas and suggestions from the audience, the cast create characters and situations that go from funny, to intelligent, to downright silly, all in 90 minutes.
“It’s amazing the musical concoctions these three award-winning musicians can cook up with just a violin, viola, cello and some vocalizations.” –The Vancouver Sun. This dynamic trio engages every audience member with music ranging from familiar classics to classic rock, and from TV theme songs to hip-hop beatboxing. “A teacher requested Tchaikovsky — no problem! The kids asked for Party Rock Anthem — no problem! – David Livingstone elementary
Final show in series.
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A unique visual and musical experience combining the oldest surviving animated feature-length film (The Adventures of Prince Ahmed) (1926) with a brand new score composed and performed live by Small World Project, the award-winning Montréal-based trio of Sébastien Dufour, Patrick Graham and Frédéric Samson.
Infinitus is a critically acclaimed beat boxing string trio known for their unique sound and upbeat performance style. With a repertoire featuring classical standards and original jazz/hip-hop arrangements and compositions, Infinitus is quickly becoming one of North America’s premiere chamber groups. The trio was formed in 2008 by violist Anthony Cheung, cellist Alex Cheung, and violinist John “Adidam” Littlejohn.