April 10: Live @ Your Library – Arlene Smith and Mark Eisenman

The Kingston Jazz Society is pleased to announce the return of its long-standing “Live @ Your Library” concert series. This series of four intimate Sunday afternoon concerts offers Kingston jazz fans a chance to experience some of the best in Canadian music and meet the artists in the intimate and beautiful confines of The Wilson Room of the Central branch of the Kingston and Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson Street.

Tickets are available at Brian’s Record Option, through the Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050) or at the door on the day of the performance.  Tickets are $20, $15 with student Buy Viagra ID.

Closing Concert:
Arlene Smith and Mark Eisenman Sunday April 10, 2pm

The series wraps up on Sunday April 10, with a duet performance by a pair of Canadian jazz icons. Vocalist Arlene Smith and Pianist Mark Eisenman will swing their way through a captivating and very personal repertoire of jazz favourites.

Arlene Smith and Mark Eisenman - April 10

The Kingston Jazz Society gratefully acknowledges the generous support of The City of Kingston, The Kingston Arts Council, Sun Life Financial and Chez Piggy Restaurant, which help to make this series possible.

Ottawa Citizen: Ted Warren, Broadview piece featuring KJS video

The Ottawa Citizen’s Peter Hum has a piece entitled “Five Questions for Ted Warren” up on his excellent jazz blog.  In the article, Ted talks about Broadview, who played here as part of our Live @ Your Library Series on Feb. 13th.  Of course Valium Online, Peter would know this, as he includes video footage of the concert from our YouTube page.

Thanks, Peter!  Hopefully we’ll see a few faces from Ottawa for our show on March 13th featuring The Kingston Jazz Composers Collective.

 

 

March 13: Live @ Your Library – Kingston Jazz Composers Collective

The Kingston Jazz Society is pleased to announce the return of its long-standing “Live @ Your Library” concert series. This series of four intimate Sunday afternoon concerts offers Kingston jazz fans a chance to experience some of the best in Canadian music and meet the artists in the intimate and beautiful confines of The Wilson Room of the downtown Kingston Public Library.

Tickets are available at Brian’s Record Option, through the Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050) or at the door on the day of the performance.  Ticket price is $20 per show.  Student pricing is $15/show with valid student ID.

Next Concert: Kingston Jazz Composers Collective Sunday March 13, 2pm

on Sunday, March 13The Kingston Jazz Composers Collective, an all-star ensemble of fioricet date of approval home grown artists comprised of saxophonist Jonathon Stewart, guitarist Dave Barton, vibraphonist Greg Runions with Mike Perlin on bass and Mike Cassells on drums, team up to present a selection of their most recent compositions.

Closing Concert:  Arlene Smith Sunday April 10, 2pm

The series will wrap up on Sunday April 10, with another duet performance by a pair of Canadian jazz icons. Vocalist Arlene Smith and Pianist Mark Eisenman will swing their way through a captivating and very personal repertoire of standards.

The Kingston Jazz Society gratefully acknowledges the generous support of The City of Kingston, The Kingston Arts CouncilSun Life Financial and Chez Piggy Restaurant, which help to make this series possible.

Feb 13: Live @ Your Library: Broadview

The Kingston Jazz Society is pleased to announce the return of its long-standing “Live @ Your Library” concert series. This series of four intimate Sunday afternoon concerts offers Kingston jazz fans a chance to experience some of the best in Canadian music and meet the artists in the intimate and beautiful confines of The Wilson Room of the downtown Kingston Public Library.

Tickets are available at Brian’s Record Option, through the Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050) or at the door on the day of the performance. Ticket price is $20 per show, student pricing is $15/show with valid student ID.

Second Concert: Broadview Sunday February 13, 2pm

Sunday, February 13, will showcase a new project by three of Canada’s most highly regarded instrumentalists. Broadview is a trio featuring Juno award winning saxophonist Mike Murley, Ted Warren on drums and bassist Rich Brown playing original compositions drawn from their 60 years of combined experience on the penis enlargement video jazz scene.

Broadview - February 13

Third Concert: Kingston Jazz Composers Collective Sunday March 13, 2pm

Then, on Sunday, March 13, The Kingston Jazz Composers Collective, an all-star ensemble of home grown artists comprised of saxophonist Jonathon Stewart, guitarist Dave Barton, vibraphonist Greg Runions with Mike Perlin on bass and Mike Cassells on drums, team up to present a selection of their most recent compositions.

Closing Concert: Arlene Smith Sunday April 10, 2pm

The series will wrap up on Sunday April 10, with another duet performance by a pair of Canadian jazz icons. Vocalist Arlene Smith and Pianist Mark Eisenman will swing their way through a captivating and very personal repertoire of standards.

The Kingston Jazz Society gratefully acknowledges the generous support of The City of Kingston, The Kingston Arts Council, Sun Life Financial and Chez Piggy Restaurant, which help to make this series possible.

Live @ Your Library

The Kingston Jazz Society is pleased to announce the return of its long-standing “Live @ Your Library” concert series. This series of four intimate Sunday afternoon concerts offers Kingston jazz fans a chance to experience some of the best in Canadian music and meet the artists in the intimate and beautiful confines of The Wilson Room of the downtown Kingston Public Library.

Tickets will be available soon at Brian’s Record Option, through the Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050) or at the door on the day of the performance.  Ticket price is $20 per show, series packages are available for $60 ($15/show.)  Student pricing is $15/show with valid student ID.

Opening Concert: Dave Young and Robi Botos Sunday January 23, 2pm

This year’s series will begin on Sunday, Jan. 23 with a duo performance by bassist Dave Young and pianist Robi Botos. This pair of internationally recognized artists with strong connections to Oscar Peterson will swing first and answer questions later.

Dave Young and Robi Botos - January 23

Second Concert: Broadview  Sunday February 13, 2pm

Sunday, February 13, will showcase a new project by three of Canada’s most highly regarded instrumentalists. Broadview is a trio featuring Juno award winning saxophonist Online Casino Mike Murley, Ted Warren on drums and bassist Rich Brown playing original compositions drawn from their 60 years of combined experience on the jazz scene.

Broadview - February 13

Third Concert: Kingston Jazz Composers Collective Sunday March 13, 2pm

Then, on Sunday, March 13, The Kingston Jazz Composers Collective, an all-star ensemble of home grown artists comprised of saxophonist Jonathon Stewart, guitarist Dave Barton, vibraphonist Greg Runions with Mike Perlin on bass and Mike Cassells on drums, team up to present a selection of their most recent compositions.

The Kingston Jazz Composers Collective - March 13

Closing Concert:  Arlene Smith Sunday April 10, 2pm

The series will wrap up on Sunday April 10, with another duet performance by a pair of Canadian jazz icons. Vocalist Arlene Smith and Pianist Mark Eisenman will swing their way through a captivating and very personal repertoire of standards.

Arlene Smith and Mark Eisenman - April 10

The Kingston Jazz Society gratefully acknowledges the generous support of The City of Kingston, The Kingston Arts Council, Sun Life Financial and Chez Piggy Restaurant, which help to make this series possible.

Live @ Your Library – May 3rd

Kingston native Mike Allen makes a long awaited return to town to close our 6th annual Live @ Your Library Series next Sunday May 3rd with his new project:

The Mike Allen Quartet featuring Jake Langley

with Field Trip Trio‘s Patrick Reid on bass and Mark Nelson on drums

Mike Allen
Mike Allen

Described by the Globe and Mail as “a supremely melodic improviser,” Vancouver saxophonist Mike Allen has become an important name on the Canadian jazz scene. His album “Love One Another” was hailed as the #1 Canadian Jazz Album of 2005 by the Ottawa Citizen vigrx pills.

Guitar-great Jake Langley is now based in New York and gained international attention touring the world with the renowned Joey Defrancesco Trio.

Jake Langley
Jake Langley

Young-guns Patrick Reid-bass and Mark Nelson-drums round out the band; They’re best known for their work with the outstanding Montreal-based group “Field Trip Trio” who are regular visitors to Kingston.

Patrick Reid and Mark Nelson
Patrick Reid and Mark Nelson

The afternoon of joyous, swinging music will be steeped in the tradition of the great saxophone-led groups of Sonny Rollins, Hank Mobley, and Mike’s former teacher and musical mentor, Joe Henderson.

Live @ Your Library – April 26th

The Live @ Your Library series continues on April 26th with a very exciting show featuring the incredible Seamus Blake from NYC on saxophone backed by a stellar all-Canadian band consisting of Chris Gestrin from Vancouver on piano, Nick Fraser from Toronto on drums, and John Geggie from Ottawa on bass.  Seamus is a rare vigrx truth results studies talent and is not to be missed.

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Tickets are $15 and are available from Brian’s Record Option, through the Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050) and at the door.

Live @ Your Library – March 15th

The Live @ Your Library series continues on March 15th with:

Murley, Davidson, Braid, Vivian and Froman - Live @ Your Library
Murley, Davidson, Braid, Vivian and Froman - Live @ Your Library

Tickets are $20 and are available through the Grand Theatre box office (613-530-2050) and at the door.