White Buffalo Storytelling Evening

Location
Muriel Griffiths Room
Admission
$10
Contact
250-368-9669

Kootenay writers Almeda Glenn Miller, Leesa Dean and Renee Jackson-Harper host an evening of family stories.  In the intimate setting of the Muriel Griffiths Room, let's share some stories about family reunions, dinner parties, potlucks and those quirky family members who always show up!  Pitch your story to us prior to Nov. 18th or just show up, sign up, line up, and tell us your story.  WARNING: These stories are timed.  After five minutes White Buffalo stampedes the stage.  If you have any concerns aobut this give us a call.

Jazz at the Bailey: The Sicilian Jazz Project

Date
Location
The Bailey Theatre
Admission
$30
Contact
250-368-9669

Led by jazz guitarist, composer and arranger Michael Occhipinti and featuring Rome-based singer Pilar, the  Sicilian Jazz Project has dazzled audiences world-wide with its intriguing mix of Sicilian folk material and the best elements of modern jazz, world music  and chamber music. Using Sicilian folk music as its starting point, the group takes the audience on a journey that reveals the drama and passion of Sicily’s past and showcase the global sound and great musicianship of modern day Toronto.

Jazz at the Griff: The Devils You Don't

Location
Muriel Griffiths Room
Admission
17.50
Contact
250-368-9669

This band crosses boundaries from renditions of Sinatra and Hank Williams to bluegrass and rock and roll, using vocal prowess and its eclectic instrumental savvy to deliver a unique sound.   Brian Kalbfleisch on vocals/ukelele, Craig Korth on banjo/dobro/vocals, Clinton Swanson on woodwinds/vocals, Rob Fahie on acoustic bass/vocals and Graham Tracey on drums/vocals.

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Jazz at the Griff: Andrea Superstein Band

Date
Location
Muriel Griffiths Room
Admission
17.50
Contact
250-368-9669

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.

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