Keeping Jazz Alive
Unique concerts with Toronto’s best musicians.
Laura Anglade and
Jazz vocalist Laura Anglade is currently making a name for herself on the Canadian jazz scene and Jonathan Chapman
is an award winning bassist, composer and band leader:
Majoko and Marzotto
As part of JPEC’s mandate to feature emerging jazz artists, we are thrilled to present as part of this ongoing video Series, the exciting
vocalist, Joanna Majoko, accompanied by the wonderful guitarist,
Joanna has appeared at many Toronto events, including the 2020 Toronto Online Summer Festival, presented by Toronto Jazz Festival and JAZZ.FM91.
To read more about these artists and to watch their video recorded specially for JPEC , please visit the link:
A Toronto based contemporary jazz sextet that features some of the finest jazz musicians in the City,
a true "Art" project, performing two original Afro Cuban jazz pieces and a Don Grolnick jazz standard
for this series.
Alexander Brown Trio
Alexander Brown (trumpet), Bernie Senensky (piano), Dave Young (bass)
With a tribute to Black Lives Matter
Lead Vocal: Michael Dunston
Our special thanks to Roberto Occhipinti and
Donovan Drummond (1Vision Production)
for recording this timely message.
Don Thompson/Joe Sealy:
A JPEC Special
Eddie Bullen (piano), Andrew Stewart (bass), Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo (drums)
Tony Rosenberg (sax, flute, piano, synth bass, sampled drums)
Bernie Senensky (piano)
Dave Young (bass), Reg Schwager (guitar), Terry Clarke (drums), Kevin Turcotte (trumpet)
Hannah Barstow (piano and vocals)
Thompson Egbo-Egbo (piano), Lauren Falls (bass)
Ori Dagan (vocals, piano)
Adrean Farrugia (piano), Sophia Perlman (vocals)
Reg Schwager (guitar), Don Thompson (piano, bass)
Barbra Lica (vocals), Joel Visentin (piano, vocals), Tom Fleming (guitar)
Andrew Forde (electric violin), Alexei Orechin (guitar), Cameron Tinklenberg (piano/synths)
* pre COVID-19 unreleased recording, recently mixed for JPEC use.