Jazz Winds Composers Collective on Wednesday March 5, 2014
New compositions night with the Jazz Winds Composers Collective
Wednesday March 5 Doors: 7:30 pm ; music: 8 pm
Cliff Bungalow-Mission Community Centre 2201 Cliff Street S.W. One block of 5th St at 22nd Ave SW
Cover: $15 ($10 for CBMCA members) Tickets at the door: cash only, please (no reservations taken)
Jan Mulder saxophones. Frank Rackow alto saxophone & bass clarinet. Trish Edwards piano. Aaron Scholpp bass. Robin Tufts drums
From the moderator Jan Mulder:
The Jazz Winds Composers collective is returning to CBM with an evening of new compositions. Jazz Winds is a group of jazz musicians and composers who come from a variety of backgrounds with a vision to experiment with jazz and classical music styles. The wind players alternate between clarinet, and saxophones, while the rhythm section alternates between acoustic and electric modes. Player settings vary from full ensemble and smaller group configurations to individual solos. The result is an eclectic mix of accessible music with a wide appeal.
The March 5 performance features several new originals and arrangements written by members of the group. Special feature for this evening is the inaugural performance of “Sound scapes”, a recently completed 6 movement suite for jazz quintet in which each movement is inspired by a nature sound. Another evening not be missed.
As you know parking opportunities are limited in the neighborhood. Up to now the only possibility was to park along the park on the west side of Cliff Street. A new arrangement is now available as well. CBM visitors can park behind the Cliff Bungalow-Mission Arts Centre which is located approximately 100 meters North of the Community Centre on the north side of the park. Entrance is off Royal Avenue SW.
Cliff Bungalow-Mission Jazz series 2013/2014.
March 5 New compositions night with the Jazz Winds composers collective
March 15 Sinatra style jazz (dance) night with Rob Young and the Big Beat Band
April 2 An evening with vocalist Deanne Matley
May 7 Saxophone quartet night with the Angled Sax’uns
June 4 The Lorna MacLachlan quintet