Saturday Nov 18, 2017, 730pm-9pm
As part of the Culture22 series, Sivarulrasa Gallery is pleased to collaborate with JazzN.ca to present the Wayne Eagles Trio, featuring Wayne Eagles on guitar, Dave Schroeder on upright bass and Jesse Stewart on percussion.
Tickets: $35 + HST. Only 22 seats available. Tickets are available at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Gallery at 613-256-8033.
Doors open 7:15 pm. A dessert reception with the artists will follow the concert.
This intimate jazz program features original material by Wayne Eagles as well as some magically re-imagined standards, including Footprints (Wayne Shorter), For AH (Wayne Eagles), Nardis (Miles Davis), Stella By Starlight (Victor Young), La Tin (Wayne Eagles), Round Midnight (Thelonious Monk), and more.
About the artists: Wayne Eagles is known for his unique guitar style, which incorporates diverse influences from textural soundscapes and free jazz to old school fusion and progressive rock. A musician for over four decades and a professional guitar instructor for more than two decades, Wayne Eagles’ education includes undergraduate and graduate Music degrees complimented by many years of private study, research and master-class attendance. He is a performance instructor and ensemble director at Carleton University, Ottawa.
Dave Schroeder is a bassist, guitarist, composer and educator based in Ottawa. In 2011, he received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Miami, becoming the only Canadian electric bassist ever to attain this honour. He currently teaches music at Carleton University, Ottawa, remaining active as a session bassist and guitarist.
Jesse Stewart is an award-winning composer, improviser, percussionist, visual artist, instrument builder, researcher, writer, educator, and community activist dedicated to re-imagining the spaces between artistic disciplines. He lives in Ottawa, where he is an Associate Professor of music in Carleton University’s School for Studies in Art and Culture and an adjunct professor in the Visual Arts program at the University of Ottawa.
Event Webpage: http://sivarulrasa.com/culture22/
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