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St Paul’s Presents – Brandy Moore Trio
June 24 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$25
Featuring Brandy Moore on vocals, Tony Genge on jazz organ and Jon Miller on drums/percussion – performing soulful, bluesy jazz/pop with stellar vocals and incredible musicianship!
Brandy Moore is an accomplished Canadian singer with a voice that moves seamlessly from jazz and soul to pop and adult contemporary. Expressive, warm, tender, powerful… she sings with impeccable phrasing and delivers plenty of heart and soul. Brandy has performed internationally and has released 5 CDs to date. Her latest “Real Good Love” was recorded in Nashville with several prominent industry veterans including guitarist George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Hornsby & the Range) and Grammy-winning saxophonist Phil Kenzie (Paul McCartney, The Eagles).
Tony Genge is a leading Canadian jazz pianist and jazz organist. He began his career as a keyboard player in Vancouver in the 1970s, later completed a Ph.D. in music, and was for many years Professor of Jazz Studies at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. Today he maintains a busy performing career working with many local and international musicians. Over the years has performed with leading jazz artists including Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis, John Abercrombie, Randy Brecker, Paul Horn, Peter Erskin, P.J. Perry, Jeff Hamilton, Roberta Gamberini, and many others.
Jon Miller is a McGill Jazz Performance graduate who has performed throughout Canada, the US and Europe in a variety of genres with many renowned artists including Charlie Hunter, Vic Vogel, Hugh Fraser and Jeff Healey. Along with extensive freelance work and leading his jazz quartet (including 2 CD releases as leader) Jon is also a member of Scraps Arts Music and for many years held the drum chair with the Victoria Jazz Orchestra, backing up distinguished artists including Alan Matheson, Mike Allen, Mike Herriot, and Andrew Homzy.
Doors open at 1.30pm Free parking on site and wheelchair accessible.
Tickets: $25, Seniors & Students under 18: $20, Children under 12: free
Tickets through St. Paul’s United Church, Tanner Books, Eventbrite