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Occurs on Sunday November 15 2020

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 15 minutes


Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage
300 College Drive
Whitehorse YT Y1A 5X9


Performance Notes

× Following Yukon Government COVID guidelines, large sections of the YAC theatre will be blocked off to ensure safe social distancing, and you are not able to select your own seating, to maximize our restricted seating capacity. We are also only able to provide advance ticket sales for this performance. THERE WILL BE NO WALK UP / RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE.

If you are sick or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. DO NOT attend the performance if you are ill.

NOTE: This performance is a screening - there will not be live performers on stage.

Jazz impresario Cory Weeds collaborates with renowned pianist/saxophonist/composer and arranger, multiple Juno Award and Order Of Canada recipient Phil Dwyer and presents a stunningly beautiful set of music that will be featured on an upcoming recording. Featuring a 12 piece string section Dwyer has orchestrated and arranged a handful of Weeds’ originals as well as some gorgeous gems from the Great American Songbook and more.

(Cory Weeds and) this crew of pro vets that know how to cook, just trust they aren’t manqueing around as they all blow from the heart and play jazz the way it was meant to be played---all in a way newbies, moldy figs and everyone in between can agree on. Solidly tasty throughout, all you can do here is still back and marvel at the crew doing their thing. Killer stuff throughout. ~ Chris Spector, Midwest Reco

Cory Weeds - tenor saxophone, Phil Dwyer - piano, Conrad Good - bass, Jesse Cahill - drums, Cam Wilson - principal violin, Llowyn Ball, Elyse Jackson, Molly McKinnon, Ken Lin, Colleen Venables, Meredith Bates, Andrew Siradze - violin, John Kastelic, Genevieve MacKay - viola, Finn Manniche, Doug Gorkoff - cello

Presented by Jazz Yukon, Cellar Music Group and the Yukon Arts Centre

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