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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage) - Sun Jun 25 2017 at 5:30 pm
· Jun · 25 Sun at TekSavvy Main Stage Confederation Park Laurier Ave & Elgin Street Ottawa, ON K1P 5J2
Park Gates at 5:30 pm
Tickets: $47.00 Incl HST & Fees Ticket prices increase by $3 day of show.

General Admission / All Ages Welcome / No Refunds or Exchanges / Rain or Shine

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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage)
Sun Jun 25 2017 at 5:30 pm
REGULAR
$47.00
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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage)
Sun Jun 25 2017 at 5:30 pm
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  • • Limited Quantities
$67.00
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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage)
Sun Jun 25 2017 at 5:30 pm
YOUTH
  • • Ages 12 – 25 (inclusive)
$37.00
$0.00
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Joss Stone Joss Stone
Joss Stone

Joss Stone has an irresistible groan, a catch in her throat that lends bluesy vulnerability to the self-confidence in her fully open voice. Utterly British—she was Anne of Cleves in The Tudors on TV—and just 30 as of April, she sings with the worldly aches and glories of her twin influences, Dusty Springfield and Aretha Franklin. The Soul Sessions, Stone’s 2003 debut, sold multi-platinum, as did her follow-up, Mind Body & Soul. Ever since she’s aggressively regenerated the art of belting and wheedling a melody, surpassing competition and collaborating with the likes of Mick Jagger, Ricky Martin, Common, Lauryn Hill and Herbie Hancock.

Peripheral Vision Peripheral Vision
Peripheral Vision

Led by the long time collaborators guitarist Don Scott and bassist Michael Herring, Toronto’s Peripheral Vision is one of the most innovative and electric jazz quartets to appear on the international jazz scene.  Joining Scott and Michael are saxophonist Trevor Hogg and drummer Nick Fraser.  Their albums garner critical acclaim, with their latest release, Sheer Tyranny of Will, being nominated for a 2016 JUNO award.  The combination the quartet’s strong rapport and Herring and Scott’s arrangements generated a musical unit that pushes the boundaries of jazz continuously providing audiences with explosive performances. For this performance, Nico Dann is performing on drums.

TATRAN TATRAN
TATRAN Formed in 2011, Israeli band Tatran—Tamuz Dekel, guitar, Offir Benjaminov, bass, and Dan Mayo, drums—is a truly eclectic trio that combines influences that include rock, jazz, classical, experimental and electronic music. Like power trio predecessors like Cream and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Tatran features three strong members who bring virtuosic technique and highly individualistic styles. Dekel’s guitar style has been called “almost omnipotent” and “psychedelic” while Benjaminov’s bass voice is thick, funky and ornate. Mayo is a highly groove-oriented drummer who propels the machine forward. Their 2014 debut album, Shvat, was recorded live in the studio with no overdubbing, capturing the trio’s highly interactive performance style. The followup, Soul Ghosts, took that one step forward, presenting a concert from 2015, the same year that the band signed with an American booking agency and began to expand its fan base outside the Middle East.
Igor Butman and the Moscow Jazz Orchestra Igor Butman and the Moscow Jazz Orchestra
Igor Butman and the Moscow Jazz Orchestra

Featuring:

Igor Butman - Bandleader, soprano, alto, tenor sax
Azat Bayazitov- Tenor sax, soprano sax
Oleg Akkuratov - Piano
Ilya Morozov - Lead alto sax, flute
Aleksandr Dovgopolyi - Baritone sax, flute
Oleg Borodin - Lead trombone
Pavel Ovchinnikov - Trombone
Denis Popov - Trumpet
Hayk Grigoryan- Trumpet, flugelhorn
Pavel Zhulin - Lead trumpet
Sergei Dolzhenkov - Trombone
Nikolay Shevnin - Bass trombone
Victor Herauker - Alto sax, flute
Eduard Zizak - Drums
Sergei Korchagin - Bass

“Russia’s Number One Jazz Personality,” Leningrad-born Igor Butman studied alto saxophone with Gennedy Golstain at the Mussorgsky School of Music in the 1970s. While it’s hard to imagine an atmosphere less sympathetic to jazz than Soviet Russia, Butman’s passion for the music drove him to teach himself English in order to talk with American musicians playing in the Soviet Union. This helped him catch the ear of Gary Burton, who tried in vain to get him a scholarship at Berklee College of Music. Unfazed, Butman made it there on his own. The Moscow Jazz Orchestra plays big-band jazz as though it never fell out of style during the rise of bebop—at one minute they call to mind Tommy Dorsey, the next Charlie Parker.

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