TOSH MUSIC Fall Winter 2022 - Classical - The Jays - Oct 02 2022
TOSH Music on Sunday with The Jays
When: Sunday, Oct 02, 2022, at 2:30 (Doors at 2:00 pm)
The Old Schoolhouse Arts Centre
122 Fern Road West,
Qualicum Beach, British Columbia,
Performances are approx. 75 mins long with festival seating.
The cost of the tickets is $35 + GST
Students tickets are $20 + GST.
Students must call TOSH at 250 752-6133 to get their tickets.
Since her debut with the Toronto Symphony, Jane Hayes' concerts have taken her across Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia and Mexico. An active recording artist, she has over 30 CDs available on many prestigious labels. Two CDs – Sassicaia with clarinetist François Houle and “Four Jays” with Vetta Chamber Players – were recognized with nominations for the Western Canada Music Awards.
Two-time Juno-nominated bassist, composer, producer and educator Jodi Proznick has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s finest jazz artists. She has won numerous National Jazz Awards, including Bassist of the Year in ’08 and ’09. Her group, the Jodi Proznick Quartet, was awarded the Acoustic Group of the Year and Album of the Year in ‘08 and the Galaxie Rising Star at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in ‘04. Most recently, Jodi was awarded the Jazz Artist of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards.
Remaining active as a performer in 2020-2021, Julia Nolan premiered Luminous Blue, an unaccompanied piece for alto saxophone by Jeffrey Ryan, performed with the Vancouver Symphony (Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and An American in Paris), Weill (Three Penny Opera), and Milhaud (Creation of the World), in addition to a concert called “Tango, Klezmer, and Jazz” for the Vetta Chamber Music Series (Joan Blackman, violin; Jane Hayes, piano; and Jodi Proznick, bass) that featured premiered works by Fred Stride and Jodi Proznick.
Artistic Director of Vancouver’s VettaChamber Music Society, Ms.Blackman enjoys a vibrant and varied musical life. She served as Associate Concertmaster of the Vancouver Symphony for many years and has performed and recorded as a soloist with the Vancouver Symphony, Victoria Symphony, CBCRadioOrchestra, Turning Point Ensemble and the Banff Festival.
There is a max of 60 tickets per show, allowing for adequate seating space.
Tickets are nonrefundable.
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 ticket holder, 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