Paul J. Youngman

Paul J. Youngman

Art of Jazz Celebration

Young Centre For The Performing Arts The Distillery Historic District, Toronto, Canada

May 18, 2006 9:30 PM - A Tribute to Barry Harris

By Paul J. Youngman KJA Jazz Advocate

The show started with an introduction to Hank Jones, the legendary pianist took to the stage and announced his selection, Poke a Dots and Moonbeams. Mr. Jones performed the song solo and his interpretation was breathtakingly beautiful. Bassist Earl May and

The Guelph Jazz Festival promises to offer more than ever, with better-than-ever festival pass.

GUELPH Hot off the heels from its trip to Toronto to accept the Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, the Guelph Jazz Festival is releasing a stellar 2010 concert line-up that includes a new, and very intriguing dusk-to-dawn event called Nuit Blanche.

The complete schedule encompasses an array of activity and free community offerings, from the random and roving performances taking place in

Released: Thursday, February 25, 2010

Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette & Gary Peacock Return to TD Toronto Jazz Festival June 30 - Four Seasons Centre - Tickets on Sale Monday, March 1, 2010

Toronto One of the most vital forces in jazz, Keith Jarrett will return to centre stage for the TD Toronto Jazz Festival on Wednesday, June 30 at the Four Seasons Centre. Often described as the preeminent jazz group interpreting standards today, Jarrett will be joined by drummer Jack DeJohnette an

Truly Great Names in Jazz, but in a Very Special Country Setting. Just a Few Hours (and a World) Away from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal - Our 9th Great Year. Book your holiday now....

Not only do we present jazz stars on stage - top names, Oliver Jones, Carol Welsman, Phil Dwyer, Hilario Duran, Lorraine Desmarais and Robi Botos to name a few - that, you would expect - but we present them in a very special place: The County.

You may know Prince Edward County - in which case you have felt it

For Immediate Release: April, 2009

For detailed listings, more club shows and free concerts visit

The sounds of jazz will have feet tappin’ and fingers snappin’ as the 23rd edition of the TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival swings its way into summer, running from June 26 to July 5, 2009. Be a part of the action as more than 1,500 musicians, performing in over 350 concerts, descend upon Toronto for the city’s largest music festival. Get jazzed this summer!

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Tickets on sale March 6 • Voting begins March 15

The National Jazz Awards, presented by Galaxie, CBC’s Continuous Music Network and generously supported by FACTOR, has confirmed that the hosts of this year’s National Jazz Awards are Tim Tamashiro, an artist in his own right and weekend host of CBC Radio’s Tonic and Karen Gordon, a modern day renaissance woman in demand as writer, radio host, film reviewer and media trainer but probably first and foremost a music lover.

Executive Director,

Legendary Jazz Vocalist Sheila Jordan in a special Valentine’s Day Concert and Intensive Vocal Workshop

Intimate Valentine’s Day Concert

Sheila Jordan with special guests:

Don Thompson and Dave Restivo

Chalkers Pub, 247 Marlee Ave. Toronto

Tickets: $25 each per show/ or $35 at the door* 2:30 4:00 pm or 6:30 8:00 pm

For tickets call 1-888-222-6608 or visit

Sheila Jordan’s 4 hour Intensive Vocal Workshop with Dave Restivo

Sunday Februar

Landmark Seventies Quartet Reunites

When vibraphone virtuoso meets contemporary guitar maestro

Toronto Let the TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival take it back to where it all began when Gary Burton Quartet Revisited, with special guest Pat Metheny, reunite at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts for a special concert on Monday, June 29. Tickets are on sale now. Tickets $45 - $85

Four Seasons Centre Box Office: 416.363.8231 or 1.800.250.4653

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The Huntsville Jazz Festival is back again this year, bigger and better than ever. Five great evening concerts in Huntsville�s intimate Algonquin Theatre. The jazz offerings continue daily throughout the community for the duration of the festival.

July 30 - Juno Award-winner, pianist, composer, arranger, leader, Hilario Duran is a master of Cuban and Latin jazz. Supported by bassist Roberto Occhipinti and drummer Mark Kelso this exceptional trio breaks new ground presenting a unique style o

June 25, 2008: For Immediate Release

GUELPH The Guelph Jazz Festival turns 15 this year, and is announcing its most ambitious, confident and diverse year of programming yet. In the Festival’s first year, Artistic Director Ajay Heble might have considered dedicating a whole Sunday of events to New York composer and bandleader John Zorn, but that would have seemed an unlikely dream. Similarly, having acts like Tortoise (Chicago), ICP Orchestra (Netherlands), and Satoko Fujii ma-do (Japan) al