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16. Mar. 2016

More Festival Performances!

Hot on the heels of our recent marquee shows announcement, we’re bringing you another batch of exceptional performances slated for this year’s TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. These shows are a buffet of divergent musical styles, an eclectic stew you can sink your teeth into.

The festival is the perfect time to get a taste of the crème-de la-crème of resident and international jazz artists, and to experience what’s cooking on the jazz scene. 


Vogue Performances

The Vogue Theater Series presented by  city_tv_logo.jpg

Hiromi.jpgHiromi: The Trio Project (with Alicia Hansen)

Fri, June 24 @ 8PM

2012-11-20-Oliver-Jones-8922.jpgOliver Jones Trio (with Oliver Gannon Quartet)

Wed, June 25 @ 8PM

downchild-blues-band.jpgThe Legendary Downchild Blues Band (with Steve Hill)

Mon, June 27 @ 8PM

joelovano.jpgJoe Lovano Classic Quartet (with Matt Choboter Trio)

Tues, June 28 @ 8PM

Gregory-Porter-Liquid-Spirit-photo-(1).jpgGregory Porter (with Bruno Hubert Trio)

Sat, July 2 @ 8PM

Christ Church Cathedral

Jacky2Color.jpgJacky Terrasson Trio

Mon, June 27 @ 7:30PM

tord_simin_jarle_colour_alt_cropped.jpgTord Gustavsen Hymns and Visions with Simin Tander and Jarle Vespestad

Wed, June 29 @ 7:30PM

Alan-Matheson-Septet-.jpgCommon Grounds: Alan Matheson Septet and Pacific Baroque Orchestra – Alexander Weimann Music Director

Thurs, June 30 @ 7:30PM




Anthony-Davis.jpgAnthony Davis

Thurs, March 24 @ 8PM
Western Front
TICKETS! Advance $15/$10; Door $20/$15

Renowned jazz pianist Anthony Davisreturns to the Western Front for a solo concert. An award winning composer of orchestral works and film scores, Davis was deemed “A National Treasure” for his pioneering work in opera, notably X: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MALCOLM X. His appearance here 30 years later marks the Front’s second archival LP release featuring performances by Davis, Paul Plimley, Al Neil and John Kameel Farahfrom 1985 to present.  Eric Metcalfe’s artwork graces the album cover of this important historical release. LP available at the concert for a special price of $15 (available for $20 from March 25th on).

born_to_be_blue.jpgBORN TO BE BLUE 

Vancity Theatre, March 25-31

Chet Baker had a horn that dripped honey and a face like James Dean - and the heroin habit to match. Less a conventional biopic than a bitter-suite, melancholy tone poem, Robert Budreau's portrait of an artist hovering between greatness and oblivion, love and despair, is very possibly the finest jazz movie of the decade. As the avatar of West Coast cool, Ethan Hawke has never been better. Read More



Frankie’s this Week!

Pram Trio

Thurs, March 17 @ 8PM

Gabriel Hasselbach

Fri, March 18 @ 8PM

Jim Byrnes

Sat, March 19 @ 8PM

Two Much Guitar

Sun, March 20 @ 8PM

Happy Hour Wed – Fri, 4-6PM!

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