Jazz group coming to Trail

After stop at Vancouver Jazz Fest

The Sicilian Jazz Project, with guests Italian vocalist Pilar and clarinetist Don Byron, is coming to Trail on June 30.

The quintet will perform at Kootenay Savings Music in the Park as part of a Canadian tour supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, which includes a stop at the Vancouver Jazz Festival.

The group’s new album features a unique blend of chamber music, work songs, improvisation and poetic songs of the old and new worlds.

The Sicilian Jazz Festival has brought its captivating and infectious live show to music festivals across Canada, Italy, the U.S., and Mexico, including performances at the Festival Cultural de Zacatecas (Mexico), The Rochester Jazz Festival (Rochester,N.Y.), and Toronto’s beautiful Koerner Hall. Mixing a unique repertoire, great story-telling, and some of Canada’s best jazz, world, and chamber musicians, the band is not to be missed live.

 

The concert will be held at Trail’s Gyro Park on Tuesday, June 30, starting at 7 p.m. Bring a lawn chair. Admission is by donation.

 

 

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