13 results for tag: Tenor Sax

Farrugia & Frahm Quartet

Canadian jazz pianist Adrean Farrugia and American tenor saxophonist Joel Frahm first met in 2009 and simpatico developed immediately, both playful and, at times, fierce. Adrean is an instructor at Mohawk College and an in-demand sideman on the Toronto scene having played with Ernie Watts, Larry Carlton, Tom Scott, and Matt ... Read More

New Year’s in New Orleans

Bring in your New Year the way it's done in the Big Easy with lots of live music, dancing, food, and drink. New Year’s in New Orleans features the pumping, piano rhythms of Dr. Don and the Black Mambas, the Cajun and zydeco blues of Zyde-GoGo, and the sweet, street beats of the Crawdaddios. Your ticket includes party favours, ... Read More

Silas Friesen Sextet – King & Salkeld Quintet

Back in town for the holidays, the Jazz Scholars is an informal and collegial collection of musicians who are studying jazz at the post-secondary level at various institutions across North America. The Silas Friesen Sextet is Silas Friesen (trumpet), Eric Wong (tenor sax), Morgan Tannis (trombone), Justice Der (guitar), Emmett ... Read More

FunkJoint

FunkJoint is an experimentally minded band from Saskatoon that revels in tight funk jams and the spirit of improvisation. Members include Sauvelm McClean (keys and bass), Stephen Fischer (guitar), Adam Streisel (trumpet), and Graham Templeman (drums). Tenor saxophonist Rory Lynch has been steadily making a name for himself ... Read More

Rory Lynch Jazz Jam

Rory Lynch and his quartet for an evening that focuses on the art of improvising. If you sing or play an instrument, come on down to the club to work on your improv skills in a safe and welcoming environment. Sponsored by LB Distillers Read More

FunkJoint

FunkJoint is an experimentally minded band from Saskatoon that revels in tight funk jams and the spirit of improvisation. Members include Sauvelm McClean (keys and bass), Stephen Fischer (guitar), Adam Streisel (trumpet), and Graham Templeman (drums). Tenor saxophonist Rory Lynch has been steadily making a name for himself ... Read More

Chris Wallace and Many Names

After a successful, 12-year sojourn playing jazz in Scotland, drummer and composer Chris Wallace returned to Canada in 2013. Since then he’s appeared with a host of Canadian jazz musicians including Kirk Macdonald, Dave Restivo, and Michael Occhipinti. His quartet, Many Names, released its debut album, Somewhere Sacred, in ... Read More

New Year’s in New Orleans

Bring in the New Year in Big Easy style with live music, dancing, food, and drink. New Year’s in New Orleans features three of Bassment artistic director Don Griffith's bands. You'll hear the street jazz sounds of the Crawdaddios, the Cajun and zydeco blues of Zyde-GoGo, and the New Orleans rhythms of Dr. Don and the Black ... Read More

Ernesto Cervini & Turboprop

With a sound recalling the hard swinging Jazz Messenger bands of Art Blakey, Ernesto Cervini and Turboprop are thrilled to be returning to one of their favourite clubs in the country. Innovative and electrifying, drummer Ernesto Cervini has energy to burn, whether radiating it from behind his kit or working on any number of ... Read More

Bob Brough Quartet

Throughout several decades, tenor saxophonist Bob Brough has been a mainstay of the Toronto music scene as a leader, sideman, and composer. During the ‘80s he performed on two JUNO-nominated Time Warp CDs, and in 2003, released his own first CD, A Decade of Favorites. He released his second CD Like a Spring Day with his Bob ... Read More