Nov 7 Phil Dwyer Trio, TOSH Fall 2021
When: Sunday, November 7th at 2:30, doors at 2:00
Where: The Music on Sunday Fall Series will be held at the:
QUALICUM BEACH COMMUNITY HALL
644 Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach
At the corner of Veteran's Way
Performances are approx. 75 mins long with festival seating.
The cost of the tickets will be $35 + GST
Students pay $20 + GST.
Students must call TOSH at 250 752-6133 to get their tickets.
The cost of the tickets has increased to account for inflation of program expenses, which includes paying musicians a fair wage. TOSH does not make any profits from the music program and relies on ticket sales to break even.
Everyone in attendance must be vaccinated and wear a mask. There is a max of 60 tickets per show, allowing for adequate seating space.
Tickets are nonrefundable.
TOSH will hold credit for concerts that are cancelled due to health regulations caused by the pandemic.
Concerts may be rescheduled at short notice due to health regulations, in that case, ticket holders will have a valid ticket for the rescheduled date. If the date doesn’t work for the ticketholder, the individual can request a refund with a 10% charge as an admin fee.
Policies may change if necessary and shows may be cancelled or postponed due to public health orders
About Phil Dwyer:
On Dec. 30, 2013 Phil Dwyer was appointed as a Member of the Order Of Canada. He was cited for “his contributions to jazz as a performer, composer and producer, and for increasing access to music education in his community.” In January 2015 he was recognized by the Royal Conservatory of Music as an Honorary Fellow. These distinctions arise from an illustrious thirty-year career collaborating with a storied roster of great musical artists, crossing stylistic and geographic borders. Phil has appeared on ten Juno Award-winning recordings, and over thirty nominated recordings. He is also a recipient of the prestigious K.M. Hunter Prize, for excellence in the arts.
Phil is a practicing lawyer, with his own firm in Qualicum Beach. Phil is a litigator, working primarily in family, estate, and environmental law, and appears regularly in Provincial and Supreme Courts. He is currently a member of the Law Society of British Columbia mental health task force. Prior to being called to the bar he participated in a pilot project with Toronto-based social services agency Sound Times and Legal Aid Ontario and assisting noted activist lawyer Peter Rosenthal. As a musician he remains an active performer, writer, and recording artist. He curates “Phil Dwyer’s Jazz Canada” for CBC Radio Music, programs music for The Old School House, in Qualicum Beach, and is a partner in SeaWind Musical Instruments.