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 February 2018 

Winterlicious Dates: January 26 – February 8, 2018
Location: More than 220 Toronto restaurants

Winterlicious is one of Toronto’s most popular culinary celebrations. The restaurant programs were created in 2003 to promote Toronto’s unique hospitality industry, showcase Toronto’s diverse cuisine and profile fine dining experiences at a range of price points.

Winterlicious consist of a prix fixe program offered by more than 220 of Toronto’s dining establishments. Three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus are offered at $18, $23, or $28 for lunch and $28, $38 or $48 for dinner (beverages, taxes and gratuities not included). In addition to the prix fixe promotion, Winterlicious also features a series of ticketed culinary experiences.

Winterlicious Official Website

ROBI BOTOS: “OLD SOUL” Album Release

ROBI BOTOS – piano

MIKE DOWNES – bass

LARNELL LEWIS – drums

After taking home a JUNO Award for “Jazz Album of the Year” for his last record, “Movin’ Forward,” Robi Botos returns with a brand-new record that pays homage to his Hungarian upbringing, the early days of his career, and the music that he has dedicated his life to. This record sees Robi not only venturing into a number of different genres (jazz, funk, soul, gospel and more!), but he also plays on a number of different instruments including the Harpejji, which he was inspired to learn and incorporate into his sound by Stevie Wonder. Robi is joined by some familiar faces such as longtime collaborators Mike Downes on bass and Larnell Lewis on drums, as well as Seamus Blake on saxophone. Also joining them for the first time is Cory Henry (Snarky Puppy, Bruce Springsteen, Kenny Garrett) on the mighty Hammond B3, Ingrid Jensen (Clark Terry, Maria Schneider, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Billy Taylor) on trumpet, and Lionel Loueke (Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove, Wayne Shorter) on guitar. Robi is thrilled to return to Jazz Bistro to celebrate the release of this deeply personal milestone record.

“Old Soul” releases on A440/Universal Music Canada on February 2nd 2018.

Time: 9:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $20

Join William Lyon Mackenzie and his wife Isabel in their 1860’s home for a unique dining and theatrical experience. This intimate event includes period music and food, as well as the opportunity for participants to interact with actors playing Mackenzie and Isabel. Talk with the Mackenzies during a four course meal based on the Victorian fare curated by award winning Chef Karen O'Connor of Daniel et Daniel Catering & Events. Guests will leave with a souvenir that they have printed on the museum's historic 1845 flatbed press.

When:
February 1, 2018, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
February 2, 2018, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
February 3, 2018, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
 
Cost: $105.00 | Adult: $105.00

Reservations / Advance Tickets: Required

Time: 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Mackenzie House
Address: 82 Bond St.

Michael McIntyre

Britain's biggest comedian, Michael McIntyre is going global with his Big World Tour. In the U.K., McIntyre has performed three arena tours selling over 1.5 million tickets, including a record 28 times at London's 16,000-capacity O2 Arena, where he was awarded the keys to the venue along with Prince, Take That and One Direction. Around the world, McIntyre has previously sold out arenas in New Zealand, Australia and Dubai, and holds the record for the biggest selling comedy shows in South Africa and Norway.

Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Elgin Theatre
Address: 189 Yonge St.

Toronto has a rich legacy in the literature and the newspapers of the early Black community in Ontario. Visit Mackenzie House on weekends in February, and learn more about some of the Black Victorians of Toronto, featuring those who published newspapers during the era. Visitors can take a piece of this important history home when they print a souvenir copy of Mary Ann Shadd Cary's newspaper, The Provincial Freeman, in the re-created 1850's printshop.

When: February 3, 2018 - February 25, 2018
Every Saturday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Every Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
 
Where: Mackenzie House
82 Bond St

Cost: Regular admission applies.
 
Phone: (416) 392-6915

 

Judith Lander is a cabaret legend and a Broadway stage veteran, originally from Winnipeg MB. Judith has performed across the globe, with career highlights on Broadway (New York City), Boston MA, Toronto ON.

“Judith Lander possesses not only the rare quality of singing the very heart of the song but, better yet, the rare talent of singing into the heart of the listener.” — After Dark Magazine, N.Y.

“Lander raised the roof!” — Toronto Star

“Legendary!” — Martha’s Vineyard Times

“Lander happens to be the greatest interpreter of Weill material I have ever heard, with the exception of [Lotte] Lenya, and it’s always a special occasion when she gets to prove it.” — Martin Knelman, The Toronto Star

Join Judith and friends at the Jazz Bistro at a concert celebrating Judith’s 70th birthday!

Special Guests:
Alex Samaras, Nancy White,
Bob Johnston, Franny McCabe-Bennett

Musicians:
Jeff McLeod, Tom Hazlitt,
Lona Davis, Bruce Harvey

Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $20

A Toronto tradition since 2005 for vocalists of all levels and backgrounds, Lisa Particelli’s “Girls Night Out” Jazz Jam is a vocalist friendly open mic jam. At “GNO” anyone who wishes can take the stage to sing with resident players Peter Hill on piano and Ross MacIntyre on bass. Hosted by vocalist and flautist Lisa Particelli, it’s always a fun and entertaining mid-week night out whether you choose to simply listen or come to sing!

Over the past dozen years “Girls Night Out Jazz (where gentlemen are welcome too)” has enjoyed residencies all over the Greater Toronto Area. While the jam is currently stationed at 120 Diner (120 Church Street), this winter, for 5 weeks only Girls Night Out will be celebrating its 13th anniversary with a series at Toronto’s premier jazz supper club, Jazz Bistro:

Series Dates:
Wednesday January 24 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday January 31 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 7 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 21 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 28 from 8pm-Midnight

Lisa Particelli – host/vocals
Peter Hill – piano
Ross MacIntyre – bass

Music Charge: $5.00, students free

Time: 8:00 PM to 11:55 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.

L J Folk has worn a lot of hats in the music business over the past 30 years, but the one his audiences have come to love best: Singer. His voice has been described as “sheer perfection.” (Lesley Mitchell-Clark, WholeNote Magazine). His award-winning tone, and silky leads breathe new life into well known songs, and his jazz arrangements of songs from the 60”s and 70’s offer a delightful revisit to the songs of that era.

His new recording, “Near Me,” is a collection of Standards, originals and covers, the highlight of which is a duet between L J and Canada’s jazz vocalist jewel, Emilie-Claire Barlow.

Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $15

Chart-topping jazz artist and former member of The Nylons again joins forces with Canada’s foremost lady of theatre, jazz, blues and gospel to explore the world of love and romance. Performing songs that take the audience through the various stages of romantic relationships from the first glow to the complications of long term intimacy, these two singers create a very special magic together.

Having cut his teeth in the cabarets and jazz clubs of Toronto while still a teenager Micah Barnes became a well loved singer songwriter on the Queen Street scene before joining The Nylons and touring the world. Recording with the A Capella Pop act brought Micah into the global music scene and landed him in Venice Beach, California where he launched a solo career touring the U.S.which led to his #1 international club hit “Welcome To My Head”. Returning to the jazz oriented songwriting of his earlier years has resulted in a series of critically acclaimed solo recordings including his most recent “New York Stories” (eOne Music) which saw Micah returning to tour across Canada solo and with his trio. Micah’s “New York Stories” pays homage to the rich musical history of the Big Apple.

A dazzling performer, Jackie Richardson possesses a powerful and supple voice that is a perfect match for her vibrant stage presence. The awards and nominations for Jackie’s four-decade-long body of work include JUNOs, Geminis, Jessie and Bessie’s, Maple Blues and a Canadian Black Achievement Award for the Arts.  Her unforgettable roles have ranged from theatre performances in Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Dora), and Cookin’ At the Cookery as Alberta Hunter (Dora); film performances in Turning to Stone as Dunk (Gemini), and Sins of the Father (NAACP); as well as her role as Jazz on the popular children’s TV series Doodle Bops.

Time: 9:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $25

Toronto has a rich legacy in the literature and the newspapers of the early Black community in Ontario. Visit Mackenzie House on weekends in February, and learn more about some of the Black Victorians of Toronto, featuring those who published newspapers during the era. Visitors can take a piece of this important history home when they print a souvenir copy of Mary Ann Shadd Cary's newspaper, The Provincial Freeman, in the re-created 1850's printshop.

When: February 3, 2018 - February 25, 2018
Every Saturday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Every Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
 
Where: Mackenzie House
82 Bond St
 
Cost: Regular admission applies.
 
Phone: (416) 392-6915

 

I Choo-Choo Choose You!
(an un-traditional Valentine’s Day show)

Sunday, Feb 11 2018 at 12:00 PM
Sunday, Feb 11 2018 at 6:00 PM

Reservations Required! Call (416) 363-5299

Does the usual super-sweet Valentine’s Day events leave you with cavities? Check out the CMC’s unique take on love songs. We banned the power ballads, the heartbreak albums, and all of John Hughes. All the great ‘in-between’ creates a Valentine’s Day show like you won’t see anywhere else!

Time: 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $20

Laila Biali celebrates the release of her new self-titled album – LAILA BIALI – available for pre-order now! http://bit.ly/LAILABIALINewAlbumiTunes

Laila Biali – vocals, piano
George Koller – bass
Larnell Lewis – drums

Watch Laila perform an acoustic version of her latest single, a fan-requested cover of Coldplay’s Yellow: http://bit.ly/LAILABIALIYellowAcousticVid

Watch Laila cover David Bowie’s Let’s Dance:
http://bit.ly/LBLetsDanceCover

Award-winning Canadian pianist and vocalist, Laila Biali, has been garnering world-wide recognition for her music which she has performed at prestigious venues including the North Sea Jazz Festival, Tokyo’s Cotton Club, and Carnegie Hall. She has toured with GRAMMY award winners Chris Botti, Paula Cole and Suzanne Vega, and recorded with and supported international icon, Sting.

Her studio recording, Tracing Light, received a JUNO nomination in 2011 for “Best Vocal Jazz Album of the Year”, and her follow-up album, Live in Concert, was given an enthusiastic four-star review and named one of the “Best Albums of 2013” by DownBeat Magazine.

In 2015, Laila released her first album of entirely original music, House of Many Rooms – an indie-pop project featuring Lisa Fischer (Rolling Stones, 20 Feet From Stardom), Jo Lawry (Sting, Paul Simon), Alan Hampton (Robert Glasper), and the Toronto Mass Choir.

Expanding on her unique “ability to meld traditional jazz with contemporary pop so effortlessly that neither style seems out of place on the same record” (Spinner Magazine), Laila is currently set to release a new album of original songs alongside covers of David Bowie, Coldplay and more.

 

Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $25

Chart-topping jazz artist and former member of The Nylons again joins forces with Canada’s foremost lady of theatre, jazz, blues and gospel to explore the world of love and romance. Performing songs that take the audience through the various stages of romantic relationships from the first glow to the complications of long term intimacy, these two singers create a very special magic together.

Having cut his teeth in the cabarets and jazz clubs of Toronto while still a teenager Micah Barnes became a well loved singer songwriter on the Queen Street scene before joining The Nylons and touring the world. Recording with the A Capella Pop act brought Micah into the global music scene and landed him in Venice Beach, California where he launched a solo career touring the U.S.which led to his #1 international club hit “Welcome To My Head”. Returning to the jazz oriented songwriting of his earlier years has resulted in a series of critically acclaimed solo recordings including his most recent “New York Stories” (eOne Music) which saw Micah returning to tour across Canada solo and with his trio. Micah’s “New York Stories” pays homage to the rich musical history of the Big Apple.

A dazzling performer, Jackie Richardson possesses a powerful and supple voice that is a perfect match for her vibrant stage presence. The awards and nominations for Jackie’s four-decade-long body of work include JUNOs, Geminis, Jessie and Bessie’s, Maple Blues and a Canadian Black Achievement Award for the Arts.  Her unforgettable roles have ranged from theatre performances in Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Dora), and Cookin’ At the Cookery as Alberta Hunter (Dora); film performances in Turning to Stone as Dunk (Gemini), and Sins of the Father (NAACP); as well as her role as Jazz on the popular children’s TV series Doodle Bops.

Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $40

Harold Danko is well recognized from long-term associations with impressive jazz legends including Chet Baker, Gerry Mulligan, Thad Jones/Mel Lewis, Lee Konitz and Woody Herman, in performances at major jazz venues throughout the world as well as on recordings, television and video. During the last two decades he has become increasingly known as a band leader, composer, and solo pianist, and is well documented in those capacities on more than thirty CDs on the SteepleChase and SunnySide labels.

As a leader he has been featured at the Rochester International Jazz Festival, Lincoln Center’s “Meet the Artist” series, Washington DC Performing Arts Society series at J.F.K. Center, and numerous jazz festivals both in the USA and abroad. Throughout the 1990’s he performed with and composed for his quartet with Rich Perry (tenor saxophone), Scott Colley (bass) and Jeff Hirshfield (drums), and in 1995 received an NEA Fellowship to perform his own works in a series of concerts in New York City. More recently he has led a trio with Hirshfield and Michael Formanek or Jay Anderson (bass) in addition to adapting many of his compositions for solo piano performance. He recently returned from a professional leave of absence in the fall of 2011, during which he taught and performed in Taiwan, Italy, and Switzerland, in addition to work on two new recording projects. His latest trio CD, released in 2012, is “Unriched” on SteepleChase.

Time: 9:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $15

Toronto has a rich legacy in the literature and the newspapers of the early Black community in Ontario. Visit Mackenzie House on weekends in February, and learn more about some of the Black Victorians of Toronto, featuring those who published newspapers during the era. Visitors can take a piece of this important history home when they print a souvenir copy of Mary Ann Shadd Cary's newspaper, The Provincial Freeman, in the re-created 1850's printshop.

When: February 3, 2018 - February 25, 2018
Every Saturday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Every Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
 
Where: Mackenzie House
82 Bond St
 
Cost: Regular admission applies.
 
Phone: (416) 392-6915

 

Scottish Dance troupe, Guthrie School of Dance, will be sharing Scottish Highland and Scottish Country dances and the history and stories that inspired them with visitors of all ages. Performances at 1:30 and 3 p.m. Family tours of the site, printing souvenirs on the 1845 press and cookie decorating in the historic kitchen continue all afternoon.

Cost: $2.65 - $6.19 | Child: $2.65 | Youth: $3.54 | Adult: $6.19 | Senior: $3.54

Phone: (416) 392-6915

Time: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Location: Mackenzie House
Address: 82 Bond St.

A Toronto tradition since 2005 for vocalists of all levels and backgrounds, Lisa Particelli’s “Girls Night Out” Jazz Jam is a vocalist friendly open mic jam. At “GNO” anyone who wishes can take the stage to sing with resident players Peter Hill on piano and Ross MacIntyre on bass. Hosted by vocalist and flautist Lisa Particelli, it’s always a fun and entertaining mid-week night out whether you choose to simply listen or come to sing!

Over the past dozen years “Girls Night Out Jazz (where gentlemen are welcome too)” has enjoyed residencies all over the Greater Toronto Area. While the jam is currently stationed at 120 Diner (120 Church Street), this winter, for 5 weeks only Girls Night Out will be celebrating its 13th anniversary with a series at Toronto’s premier jazz supper club, Jazz Bistro:

Series Dates:
Wednesday January 24 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday January 31 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 7 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 21 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 28 from 8pm-Midnight

Lisa Particelli – host/vocals
Peter Hill – piano
Ross MacIntyre – bass

Music Charge: $5.00, students free

Time: 8:00 PM to 11:55 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.

One of Toronto’s best kept musical secrets is Jazz Bistro’s Wednesday night in-house piano player James Dunbar. At 13 years of age he is likely the youngest gigging jazz musician in the city/country. Winner of the 2015 Kellogs Nominate Talent search and the 2016 TD Niagara Jazz festival’s solo piano category with 30+ shows and counting opening for Jazz Bistro feature acts. James continues to amaze & delight audiences with his soulful renderings of Jazz & Blues standards as well as original compositions. Come see him for yourself most Wednesdays between 6 and 8 o’clock.

Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.

Cabaret artists Rachel Hundert and Raffael Pacitti make their Jazz Bistro debut

Continuing their adventures in the worlds of cabaret, jazz and musical theatre, two artists join forces in Toronto for the first time! Canadian native and New York Cabaret artist Rachel Hundert will appear in Take it from Me, following her recent appearance at the famed NYC Feinstein’s 54 Below, with her solo show, If I Had Wings. Ms. Hundert has performed numerous times at such prominent New York venues as The Metropolitan Room and Etcetera Etcetera’s Piano Room. Joining her is another New York-based artist (and fellow Canadian), Raffael Pacitti, who returns to Toronto after appearing at 120 Diner this summer in his cabaret Body & Soul. Most recently, Mr. Pacitti premiered his latest show, Bright Lights Big City at New York’s Etcetera Etcetera Piano Room.

Enjoy the works of such composers as George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Jason Robert Brown, Cole Porter Harold Arlen, Adam Guettel and more…Including some unexpected gems, original arrangements and surprise guests!

MORE ABOUT RACHEL HUNDERT
Rachel Hundert is a singer/songwriter, actor, writer and director. Rachel was born and raised in Montreal, where she had a short stint on Sesame Street and did voice over work for the National Film Board of Canada. Rachel’s performance career has taken her to many stages including her recent appearance at New York’s famed Feinstein’s 54 Below for her solo show, If I Had Wings, BB Kings, The Legendary Apollo Theater (where she won 3rd place for singing gospel), the Metropolitan Room, Don’t Tell Mama, The Living Room, and the Knitting Factory. Rachel has written and performed four solo shows at Etcetera Etcetera Piano Room and the Metropolitan Room in NYC. Rachel has performed on the stages of Joria Main Stage, the Li’l Peach Theatre, MS Scotia Prince Cruise Line, the Aurthur Seelen Theatre, as well as in festivals including the Dixon Place Festival and the Where Eagle’s Dare Festival. Rachel directed a production of One Night with Fanny Brice (written by Chip Deffaa) that had a successful run for two years at the Thirteenth Street Repertory Theater in NYC. Rachel recently recorded several songs for an album of all Irving Berlin music and will soon be featured in a short film entitled Broken Vines for which she wrote a song and choreographed a dance and plays the role of “Young Guinevere.” Read more here: http://www.rachelhundert.com

MORE ABOUT RAFFAEL PACITTI
Raffael Pacitti: New York: Bright Lights Big City (Etcetera Etcetera Piano Room), Body & Soul (Feinsten’s 54 Below, Etcetera Etcetera’s Piano Room, as well as 120 Diner (Toronto). Recent: Professor Callahan in the first NY revival of Legally Blonde. New York Cabaret: Uninvited (The Metropolitan Room debut) Spring Fling, Body and Soul, Don’t Misunderstand, Evening Lounge. (Etcetera Etcetera Piano Room). Regional US Theatre: The Tempest, The Heiress, Count Dracula, and others. Toronto Theatre: Pterydactlls (Mercury Theatre), Digging for Fire (Factory Theatre) and others. New York Producing credits: Body and Soul (Metropolitan Room), If I Had Wings (Metropolitan Room), Don’t Misunderstand, I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues, Man Oh Man (Etcetera Etcetera Piano Room) and others. Raffael is a founding member of Evening Lounge.

Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.

Michael LeDonne (born Oct 26, 1956 in Bridgeport, Connecticut) is a jazz pianist and organist known for post-bop and hard bop. He has worked with Benny Golson since 1996 and performs under his own name all over the world.

LeDonne is also known as one of the leading players of the Hammond B3 organ. He was nominated for Best Keyboards 2012 but the Jazz Journalists Association and won the Downbeat critic’s poll for “Rising Star” on organ. Since 2001 he has performed every Tuesday evening at Smoke Jazz Club in New York City. Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson described LeDonne as “one of the most promising and talented pianists of this era.”

Mike LeDonne – piano
Neil Swainson – bass
Terry Clarke – drums

Time: 9:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.
Admission: $20

Toronto has a rich legacy in the literature and the newspapers of the early Black community in Ontario. Visit Mackenzie House on weekends in February, and learn more about some of the Black Victorians of Toronto, featuring those who published newspapers during the era. Visitors can take a piece of this important history home when they print a souvenir copy of Mary Ann Shadd Cary's newspaper, The Provincial Freeman, in the re-created 1850's printshop.

When: February 3, 2018 - February 25, 2018
Every Saturday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Every Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
 
Where: Mackenzie House
82 Bond St
 
Cost: Regular admission applies.
 
Phone: (416) 392-6915

 

Award-winning jazz singer, songwriter and recording artist Ori Dagan is, quite simply, an original. His rich baritone voice and impressive abilities as an improviser produce an instantly recognizable sound. In live performance, he surrounds himself with Canada’s finest musicians, performing an engaging mix of material which is always fresh and in the moment. Dagan’s critically acclaimed releases “S’Cat Got My Tongue” (2009) and “Less Than Three <3” (2012) established a daring musical adventurer on the global jazz landscape. In recent years he has won numerous accolades for his witty original songs, from “Googleable,” his ode to a search engine, to the anthem for the rhythmically challenged, “Clap on the 2 and the 4.” The latter of these was screened at 15 film festivals worldwide, netting “Best Educational Jazz Short” at the inaugural New York City Jazz Film Festival. Dagan’s third recording, Nathaniel: A Tribute to Nat King Cole (2017 Winner: Silver Medal for “Best Album” at the Global Music Awards) is a unique homage to the legendary jazz musician and pop icon. The recording features 5 original songs inspired by facets of Cole’s life, music and legacy, with highly esteemed special guests Sheila Jordan, Alex Pangman and Jane Bunnett. In a career move as bold as Ori’s singing, “Nathaniel” is the first visual album in the jazz genre: a collection of 12 music videos.

Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.

A Toronto tradition since 2005 for vocalists of all levels and backgrounds, Lisa Particelli’s “Girls Night Out” Jazz Jam is a vocalist friendly open mic jam. At “GNO” anyone who wishes can take the stage to sing with resident players Peter Hill on piano and Ross MacIntyre on bass. Hosted by vocalist and flautist Lisa Particelli, it’s always a fun and entertaining mid-week night out whether you choose to simply listen or come to sing!

Over the past dozen years “Girls Night Out Jazz (where gentlemen are welcome too)” has enjoyed residencies all over the Greater Toronto Area. While the jam is currently stationed at 120 Diner (120 Church Street), this winter, for 5 weeks only Girls Night Out will be celebrating its 13th anniversary with a series at Toronto’s premier jazz supper club, Jazz Bistro:

Series Dates:
Wednesday January 24 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday January 31 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 7 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 21 from 8pm-Midnight
Wednesday February 28 from 8pm-Midnight

Lisa Particelli – host/vocals
Peter Hill – piano
Ross MacIntyre – bass

Music Charge: $5.00, students free

Time: 8:00 PM to 11:55 PM
Location: Jazz Bistro
Address: 251 Victoria St.

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