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Tuesday August 9th, 2022 - Jazz Duo Rob Piltch and Neil Swainson

$35.00 CAD

TOSH Music presents The Summer Garden Music Festival with Jazz Duo Rob Piltch and Neil Swainson

When: Tuesday, August 9 at 7 pm (please arrive between 6:30-6:50)

Join us for a summer-long series of outdoor garden concerts at a private residence in Qualicum Beach!

This pop-up-style concert series features a wide range of talented musicians in a variety of genres. This unique series of concerts will take place in a spacious backyard. 

Location will be sent to ticket holders upon purchase

Performances are approx. 75 mins long. 

The cost of the tickets is $35 + GST 

Limited tickets available. 

Please bring your own chairs, water, and snacks. 

Please dress for the weather, there is no bathroom access at this venue.  
Arrive between 6:30 and 6:50, concerts will be from 7 - 8:15 pm. 

Tickets are nonrefundable.

About: 

Rob Piltch: 

Toronto Guitarist Rob Piltch of the famed musical Piltch family is an icon in the Canadian jazz scene. Rob has performed and recorded with top musicians from all over the world and is known for his collaborations with artists of different genres most famously with the Art of Time Ensemble and Measha Bruggergossman. 

Rob is a brilliant composer and has recorded albums under his own name as well as with Don Thompson and the Juno Award-winning quartet with Dave Young, Phil Dwyer and Michel Lambert. 

Rob Piltch has played guitar on numerous television shows. He was also featured on the soundtracks of major feature films Crash’ and ‘The Blue Planet’.


Neil Swainson:

Four-time Juno award winner and recipient of the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Toronto Musician’s Association, Neil Swainson is among the most respected and accomplished bassists on the jazz scene today.

From 1975 to 1977, he toured Canada with one of the early pioneers of new age music, the flutist Paul Horn. Soon after, Neil relocated east to Toronto where for the next decade, he worked with such Canadian jazz masters as Rob McConnell, Ed Bickert, Moe Koffman and Peter Appleyard. During this time he was also the bassist of choice for many visiting American musicians including saxophonists James Moody, George Coleman, Lee Konitz, Sonny Stitt and Joe Farrell, pianists Jay McShan, Tommy Flanagan, Joanne Bracken, and guitarists Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis. Internationally,

Neil frequently shared the stage with the innovative and dynamic trumpeter Woody Shaw, touring Europe with him in 1985 and again 1987. Valued for his intuitive accompanying skills, harmonic depth, technical prowess and stylistic versatility, Neil also caught the ear of the great, British pianist George Shearing, who invited him to join his band. Neil appeared on over a dozen recordings with the pianist, and together they worked with Canadian composer and arranger Robert Farnon, singers Mel Tormé, Nancy Wilson, Joe Williams and Diana Krall.