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October 24 Jillian Lebeck (piano) & (trumpet), TOSH Fall 2021

$35.00 CAD

When: Sunday, October 24th 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 Jillian Lebeck & John Korsrud:

Canadian jazz pianist, composer, and vocalist Jillian Lebeck
is one of the most dynamic and exciting voices on the Canadian Jazz scene. Her debut recording "Living in Pieces" (Maximum Jazz/Universal) spent several weeks in the number 1 position on the national Chart Attack radio charts. She is an alumni of the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Her projects have been featured on CBC Radio's Studio One Jazz Series during the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and she has received regular airplay on CBC's "Hot Air", "After Hours", l’espace musique, The Signal, KPLU, and NPR. She was recently a jury member for CARAS JUNO Awards.

Jillian has opened for legendary jazz saxophonist Joe Lovano and New York jazz pianist - Bill Charlap. She has toured Canada including dates at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, The Top of the Senator in Toronto, as well as Calgary Jazz Festival, and Medicine Hat Jazz Festival. In Europe she has performed in Sicily, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Portugal, UK, and Spain. She recently performed in Portland Oregon, for the PDX Jazz Festival.Her second release as a leader was released in June, 2007 “Songs and Melodies” on talie Records.

Jillian has been fortunate to work with these fine musicians - Jesse Harris, Gilberto Moreaux, Norma Winstone, Evan Arntzen, Christine Jensen, Brad Turner, Chris Gestrin, Mike Allen, Dave Robbins, Peggy Lee, Christina Maria, George Garzone, Ian MacDougall, Tom Keenlyside, Bill Coon, Tom Wherrett, Joe Poole, The October Trio, Edwin Corzilius, Hans van Oosterhout, Seamus Blake, Kate Hammett-Vaughan, Melody Diachun, among others.

John Korsrud is a composer, producer and trumpet player based in Vancouver, Canada. He is the leader and principal composer of the 18-piece Hard Rubber Orchestra, a jazz/ new music ensemble he formed in 1990.

As a composer, John performed on his own trumpet concerto, Come to the Dark Side, at New York’s Carnegie Hall in 2010, commissioned and performed by The American Composers Orchestra. John has also been commissioned by The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, The CBC Radio Orchestra, Turning Point Ensemble and Vancouver New Music.

As a trumpet player, John’s eclecticism has seen him perform with Anthony Braxton, to punk legends DOA, and The Vancouver Symphony.