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The Silent Auction Variety Show with Pat Boyle

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The Silent Auction Variety Show with Pat Boyle 

When: November 26th, 2022, at 7:30 

Tickets $25 + Tax 

Join us for an evening of entertainment and merriment with Pat Boyle and special guest Phil Dwyer at the TOSH's Silent Auction wrap-up event.  

In the first set, acclaimed musician and comic Pat Boyle will play live improvised music to silent films. The soundscapes/scores that Pat creates are humorous, surprising, and sometimes super emotional.  

Be prepared for witty, hilarious banter throughout.  

During the intermission, the silent auction will be open to peruse in the Sue Clark Community Space. Bidding will close at 9 pm when the second set begins. Online bidding is also available until 9. Winners will be announced at the beginning of the second set.  

Pat Boyle will start the second set performing solo on guitar and singing. Phil Dwyer will then join Pat both on sax and piano. Be prepared for even more hilarious banter.   

Show starts at 7:30 (Door at 7:00)

Cash Bar available 

Tickets $25  

Tickets are non-refundable.

About Pat Boyle:

“Staggeringly good.” – Tom Power, CBC Radio Q

Dr. Patrick Boyle is a fearless sonic explorer driven by discovery. Curiosity is his compass. His frontiers are in performance (trumpet and guitar), improvisation, composition and education. Patrick is Associate Professor of Jazz Studies at the University of Victoria where he teaches courses in music business, theory, history, pedagogy, and performance. 

Originally from Newfoundland, Canada, he appears on over 50 commercial releases and 3 acclaimed solo albums. CBC Radio has called him a “trumpet personality” and “one of Canada’s top jazz musicians.” 

He has cultivated the rare ability to synthesize a range of influence — including jazz, rock, traditional, Balkan, and South Indian music — which all come together into a rhythmically compelling musical voice. In 2009, Patrick performed at Carnegie Hall with tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain.