Sing Out Café with Carole Warren Quartet and others
On Saturday, September 24 the Durham Art Gallery presents “Sing Out Café”, a hot and cool evening of music featuring jazz from the Carole Warren Quartet at the Durham Town Hall. Also on the bill: songwriter John Stewart; acoustic duo Misha Radojkovic & Jeremy Stojan and special guests, musical-comedy auctioneers Parsons and Morel.
Carole Warren is an accomplished jazz vocalist and producer for CBC Radio’s Inside the Music. She will be joined by her partner Steve Kennedy, a saxophone player and arranger who worked with Canadian jazz-rock legends Lighthouse, Dr. Music and Motherlode. The quartet features seasoned jazz players Mark Zaret on piano and Bob Hewus on bass. Carole will lead the band through a set of standards from the Great American Songbook, introduce original compositions and perform some of her favourite songs in Portuguese.
As a session guitarist and vocalist, songwriter John Stewart has traveled across Canada, performed on various pop and rock albums and has shared the stage with everyone from The Beach Boys to the Benny Goodman Orchestra. Misha Radojkovic and Jeremy Stojan play a grooving acoustic folk-rock.
Jenny Parsons and Steve Morel are possibly the world’s only ukulele-led singing and dancing auctioneers. They’ll offer an array of local goods and services for auction throughout the evening.
Sing Out Café:
Saturday, September 24, 8pm (doors open at 7:30) at the Durham Town Hall
$10 members, seniors, students, $12 others
Refreshments will be available.