SINGLE TICKETS GO ON SALE
NOVEMBER 1, 2013
This season's programmes:
Remembering Dave Brubeck, Saturday November 30, 2013 at 7:30 p.m., St. Brigid's Centre for the Arts.
To honour the first anniversary of his passing, we'll explore the choral music of jazz icon Dave Brubeck. Special guest pianists Brian Browne and Sally Robinson.
Also Friday December 6, 2013 in Almonte ON. Details at www.jazzn.ca
Sounds of the '60s, Friday March 7 & Saturday March 8, 2014 at 7:30 PM, Arts Court Theatre
An evening of music celebrating this time of cultural change.
New York State of Mind, Saturday May 31, 2014 at 7:30 PM, St. Brigid's Centre for the Arts
A choral travelogue of New York City, a diary of 'the city that never sleeps', an homage to the 'New York minute'.
Sounds of the 60's concert
March 7&8, 2014
An evening of music celebrating this time of cultural change. Selections by Crosby, Stills & Nash; The Who; The Chiffons; Burt Bacharach; The Drifters; The Mamas & The Papas; Joni Mitchell; Sly & The Family Stone; The Beatles; and more!
With pianist Mark Ferguson, guitarist Tim Bedner, bassist Mark Alcorn, and drummer Marilee Townsend.
Tickets available HERE
- 1 lb bags of locally roasted premium fair trade coffee in 4 varieties from Happy Goat Coffee Company
Capital Vox is proud to have released its first CD! Capital Vox Sings Elise Letourneau was released on November 27, and we had a blast at our Duke Ellington/CD release concert. The CD is getting some nice feedback from both jazz and classical corners of the world. You can read it HERE and purchase your copy HERE.
To everyone who has attended a concert, taken a programme ad, volunteered an hour, given us good advice, and otherwise pitched in to help us make things work out.
Our next concert March 7&8, 2014
A note from the music director - Elise Letourneau
Dear Friends of Capital Vox Jazz Choir–
It is with tremendous pleasure that I invite you to the Capital Vox Jazz Choir's 7th Concert Season.
We offer you jazz and contemporary choral music at its best - from the lush harmony and irresistible rhythms of Dave Brubeck, to the endless appeal in styles ranging from Blues to Big Band to Bebop to Brazilian - and even some rock 'n roll; classic standards as well as songs that are destined to become standards, the excitement of new music, the immediacy of poetry and the spoken word, and the rich tapestry that is vocal jazz.
Let us bring vocal jazz into your life - come and join us for another groovin' season celebrating the universal voice and the current sounds of choral music.