Sunday Nov 27 2pm: Oscar Peterson tribute by Dave Young and Robi Botos at The Baby Grand

The Kingston Jazz Society is incredibly excited to announce a trio performance by Canadian jazz greats Dave Young (bass) Robi Botos (piano) and Rob Piltch (guitar)

Oscar Peterson Tribute by Young, Botos and Piltch Nov 27 at 2pm, tickets $20

The Sunday November 27th concert at 2pm will be the Kingston Jazz Society’s return to the Baby Grand.  We will also be announcing our Live @ Your Library 2012 line-up at the show.

$20 tickets will be available through the Grand Theatre box office. (613-530-2050)

Dave Young is one of Canada’s most recognized jazz musicians. The three- time JUNO award-winner and Officer of the Order of Canada continues to teach, play, and record. Young is well known for his three-decade professional relationship with jazz giant Oscar Peterson, during which he toured around the world as a online casino sign up member of the Oscar Peterson Trio.

Hungarian-born Botos, raised in a musical family and largely self-taught, is deemed by many to be a worthy successor to Peterson. His dynamic performances have earned him international recognition – winning competitions in Montreux and Paris.

Young and Botos opened our 2011 Live @ Your Library concert series.  For this performance, they will be joined by guitarist Rob Piltch, who studied guitar in turn with Eli Kassner, Tony Bradan, Hank Monis, and Robert Hamilton.   After working in Toronto jazz clubs with Ted Moses and others and touring across North America with David Clayton-Thomas and Blood, Sweat and Tears, Piltch began his studio career while also appearing in club or concert engagements with Hagood Hardy, Ron Collier, Lorne Lofsky, Hugh Marsh, Don Thompson, and others.

Concert sponsored by Carolyn Thornburrow, Sun Life Financial