August 13/27 jazz

 Dear friends, Please join us for the following jazz events ...

Saturday August 13/2016

The Jane Fair/Rosemary Galloway Quintet

Featuring Jane Fair, Rosemary Galloway, Lina Allemano, Nancy Walker and Nick Fraser

at The Rex Hotel (194 Queen St. W at University), 2 sets from 9.45pm.

 cover, light menu, featuring new tunes, past favourites and some standards.


Saturday August 27/2016

The Rosemary Galloway Quartet with Pat LaBarbera, saxophones, Gary Williamson, piano, Terry Clarke, drums, Rosemary Galloway, bass,  at The Home Smith Bar, The Old Mill Inn, 21 Old Mill Rd., sets from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., light menu, minimum charge, featuring material from our CD, originals and standards.

CBSOFundraiserFlyer.pdf - Adobe Reader

Hi everyone, Just a reminder about The CBSO concert on Saturday April 16/16, if you like a variety of music in one concert and a silent auction too! Hope to see you there.

April jazz

Please join us for:
Thursday 14th April, from 7:30 to 10:30 pm.
Jim Galloway's Wee Big Band  at The Garage, 720 Bathurst Street. Led by Martin Loomer, the band will play new and favourite material from 'the book'. Please see attached.
Saturday April 16/16, 8pm to 10pm
The Rosemary Galloway Quartet with Pat LaBarbera, saxophones, Terry Clarke, drums, Don Thompson, piano and The Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra with Norman Reintamm conductor. At the PC Ho Theatre, Markham and Sheppard Ave.
Annual Fundraising Concert & Silent Auction
8pm Saturday, April 16
P.C. Ho Theatre

Silent Auction opens at 7pm

Join us for the Annual Fundraising Concert & Silent Auction - enjoy an evening of great music and the chance to bid on an amazing selection of silent auction items!
Bernstein, Candide Overture
Bernstein, West Side Story Suite
Jazz selections featuring guest artists,the ROSEMARY GALLOWAY QUARTET
Selections from Star Wars
Selections from Superman

Beethoven, Piano Concerto #3 in C minor

Advance Tickets
: $30 (adult/senior/student/child)
At the Door Tickets: $35 (adult/senior/student/child)
Join the Maestro's Circle – $100 per person
Each Maestro's Circle ticket receives:
• premium balcony seating
• charitable tax receipt for $70
• special recognition in the concert programme
• a free gift

Phone: (416) 879-5566

If you would like to donate items for the silent auction, please email Thank you for your support!

Saturday March 5, 2016, JF/RGQuintet

Please join us on
Saturday March 5/16, 8pm, Toronto Centre for the Arts 
The Jane Fair/Rosemary Galloway Quintet

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Jazz Performance and Education Centre

JPEC 2016 Concert Series: March 5
at Toronto Centre for the Arts
Jazz n' Pizazz
with the Jane Fair / Rosemary Galloway Quintet

Info here Ticketmaster 1-855-985-2787
Toronto Centre for the Arts:
5040 Yonge St., Toronto 416-250-3708

Jane Fair
Jane Fair is a Canadian saxophonist, jazzophile and music educator. Mark Miller has called her a jazz pioneer, being one of the earliest female jazzers in Canada. Currently Jane enjoys a challenging teaching career in Humber College's Music Programs, working with both young adults and very young jazz students. Jane completed a Master's degree in music at U of T in 2001. Past projects include Jim Galloway's Wee Big Band and Music in Monk Time with Jane Bunnett.
Recordings: The Jane Fair/Rosemary Galloway Quintet: Waltz Out 2002, Playin' Jane2010, Jane Fair Quartet, Chances Are, Cellar Live 2007.
Rosemary Galloway
Rosemary Galloway is a jazz bassist, composer and band leader based in Toronto. Her credits include engagements with internationally recognized musicians such as Clark Terry, Vic Dickenson, Wild Bill Davison, Buddy Tate, Jay McShann, Jake Hanna, Warren Vache, Spanky Davis, Doc Cheatham, and many others. Canadian artists include Jim Galloway, Terry Clarke, Ingrid Jensen, Lorraine Desmarais, Jane Bunnett, Pat LaBarbera, Norman Amadio, Kathryn Moses, and Tabby Johnson. She has composed for and recorded with her own groups The Swing Sisters, Velvet Glove, The Jane Fair/ Rosemary Galloway Quintet, and Jim Galloway's Wee Big Band.
Nancy Walker
Nancy Walker is a graduate of Humber College's music program, Nancy holds an MA from York University. Thanks to grants from The Canada Council For the Arts, she has also had the opportunity to study with renowned American pianist/ composers Fred Hersch, Jason Moran, and Myra Melford. She has been recognized with honours Canada-wide, including the Montréal Jazz Festival's Grand Prix de Jazz, the National Jazz Award, a JUNO nomination for Instrumental Album Of The Year, and an induction into the Mississauga Music Walk Of Fame. She has recorded and performed with the cream of Canada's jazz crop, from saxophonist Kirk MacDonald to vocalist Emilie-Claire Barlow. Her work outside the jazz genre Awards Keyboardist of the Year has included international touring with children's artist Raffi, balladeer Roger Whittaker, folk singer-songwriter Sylvia Tyson, and pop band The Parachute Club. With several discs to her credit as leader.! Her most recent, Til Now Is Secret, Addo Records, showcases ten of her compositions inspired by landscapes, visual art, architecture and more. "Nancy Walker has played enough piano to know how to keep listeners interested however hard she pushes the boundaries of familiarity." WholeNote Magazine
Nick Fraser
Nick Fraser (drums) has been an active and engaging presence in the Toronto new jazz and improvised music community for over twenty years. He has performed with a veritable "who's who" of Canadian jazz and improvised music and with many international artists. Nick is a founding member of The Association of Improvising Musicians of Toronto, a non-profit organization dedicated to advocacy for the Toronto improvising community.
Lina Allemano
Lina Allemano is a Canadian trumpeter, improviser, and composer based in Toronto since 1993, hailing originally from Edmonton Alberta. She has an active international career, performing and recording cutting-edge contemporary music, primarily in free-jazz, experimental and avant-garde settings. Lina's trumpet playing, compositions and artistic vision have gained her recognition as being "adventurous, expressive, compelling, forward thinking, inventive and sophisticated." Lina leads both the Lina Allemano Four and Titanium Riot.