MARK FEWER & HIS JAZZ FRIENDS
Antonin Dvořák (arr. Cam Wilson) Humoresque
Ralph Towner: Innocenti
Duke Ellington Caravan
David Braid Castles
Jodi Proznick So Near, So Far
H.I.F.Biber Sonata Representativa
Brad Turner: Bohemia
Duke Ellington / Billy Strayhorn Take the A Train
Duke Ellington Azalea
Jan Jarczyk There is Always Time
David Braid Wash Away
Duke Ellington C-Jam Blues
SATURDAY SEPT. 15
St. Mary Magdalene
335 Main St., Picton
$5 under 18
Violinist Mark Fewer, who plays everything from early Baroque to avant garde, has appeard as a soloist with groups as wide ranging as the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Fodens-Richardson Brass Band (UK), the Zapp Quartet (Amsterdam), and the McGill Percussion Ensemble. He is a dedicated chamber music player as well as a jazz musician whose performances have been described as ‘genre bending’ and ‘intrepid’.
|David Braid, graduate of the University of Toronto and a noiminee for a Governor General’s Award, is regarded as one of Canada’s most gifted young pianists and composers. Winner of a Juno award as well as the National Jazz Award, he has performed extensively across Canada, Europe, Australia, Korea, Japan and other parts of Asia.
As an accomplished and classically trained double bassist, Joseph Phillips has carved out a career as one of Canada’s most versatile artists in his field.He has been Principal Bassist of Orchestra London (Canada), and is currently making music with artists as varied as The Art of Time Ensemble, the London Symphonia, Via Salzburg Chamber Orchestra, the Group of 27 Chamber Orchestra and others. As well, he has performed with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the TSO, Les Violons du Roi, Tafelmusik and The Festival of the Sound.