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Keywords: Ottawa,Jazz,Media,Marketing,Report,Sponsorship


2016 TD Ottawa Jazz Festival

© Photo Andre Gagne

602-294 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 6E6
T: 613-241-2633 │
Registered Charitable Organization #:

TD Ottawa Jazz Festival
June 22 - July 3, 2016

2016 “Rare in delivering lineups that seem
to get better and better every year,
OVERVIEW it’s truly a luxury to live in a city
where the jazz festival has remained
In 2016, the 12 day festival unequivocally a jazz festival...”
showcased 875 MUSICIANS – John Kelman, All About Jazz
performing in 116 CONCERTS in
the heart of the Nation’s Capital 2

To celebrate and encourage the richness
of music in Canada, more than 500 of the
musicians were Canadian including Grammy
Award winner Sarah McLachlan and Golden
Globe winner Buffy Sainte-Marie.

1 3 TOP 20
Jazz 2016 was a celebration of some new vibes
and new concepts. Free Jibber Jazz Jam Alongs The Province of Ontario
at Confederation Park’s fountain, an intimate continues to bestow a Level
Discovery Series at the National Arts Centre of Distinction in the top 20
Back Stage, a Jazz Warriors Series at the NAC category to the TD Ottawa
Theatre and a free Mystery Series all made Jazz Festival.
2016 a truly innovative year.

01 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival


In 2016, the OJF The OJF presents diverse, daring and cutting edge
presented 52 free programming that attracts audiences of all ages.
concerts out of 116!
“The TD Ottawa Jazz Festival has always been a
place to discover new music with enough choice
and selection overlap you’d need a couple of
clones to really take in all the festival has to offer
each year.” – Andre Gagne, Ottawa Life

4 SOCIAL MEDIA 6 © Chris Parker
With over 17K followers on Twitter and 7K
likes on Facebook, the Festival has grown 4 SOLD OUT
tremendously throughout the last few years SERIES
on Social Media. A new OttawaJazz Instagram
account was created in 2016, drawing 1,500+ The three series held at the
followers in only a few months. National Arts Centre and the
OLG After Dark series at the
Top June Media Tweet Tartan Homes Stage were
completely sold-out.
earned 6,040 impressions
Mayor @JimWatsonOttawa
just declared June 23, 2016 SALES
#CatherineOGradyDay! RECORD
Congrats @jazzcog!
Early bird pass and ticket
sales were higher than ever
in 2016. Gold circle tickets
sold out in record time.

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© Brian Goldschmied

FRONTLINE © Brian Goldschmied

More than 640 people dedicate their time, services and expertise to
President the Festival. Volunteers eagerly anticipate the start of the Festival
Gavin McLintock and often take vacation time, some traveling from overseas, to
participate. Their contributions result in a collective 24,000 hours of
Past President volunteer time.
Louise Meagher
2016 STAFF Artist Liaisons
Vice President Matt Gower, Caalvin Jno-Finn, Ben Emond
Rick Brooks Executive Producer
Catherine O’Grady Special Events Coordinator
Volunteer Co-ordinator Cheryl Mihalin
John Cvetan Programming Manager
Petr Cancura Media & Marketing Coordinator
Treasurer JM Francheteau
Lee Tessmer Director of Marketing &
Partnerships Media & Marketing Assistant
Secretary Suzan Zilahi Nick Schiavo
Tom Burrow
Sponsorship & Business Operations Coordinators
Executive Producer Development Manager Chris Elms, Charles Meness, Jordan David
Catherine O’Grady Dawson Hamilton
Box Office
Chantal Smith, Eric Sladic, Artistic Associate & Julian Selody, Joey Gagnon,
Peter Stephens, Poppy Vineberg Programming Coordinator Lovedyne Dumont
Jacqie MacKay
© Chris Parker Bookkeeper
Creative Director & Webmaster Jacqueline Embleton
Julie-Anne Madore
Production Manager & Backline Coordinator
Graphic Design Assistant Grant Young
Su-Hui Chu
Community Coordinator & Artist Liaison
Operations Manager Julie Campbell
Adi Cajo

03 © Photos in report by Julie-Anne Madore except where otherwise indicated.

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival


Supportive sponsors like TD, OLG and the

CF Rideau Centre, and funders like Celebrate
Ontario, allow the Festival to present a lineup
that focuses on artistry above all else.


Donors and Friends of the Festival contribute PANTONE CMYK 1COL
nearly $30,000 toward our youth and jazz
outreach programs. This funding is critical to Black
the overall success of the event. It provides the CMYK
resources to allow the Festival to continue to Pantone
reach out to up-and-coming young jazz artists
and to give them an opportunity to participate
in the Festival in a dynamic way.

Outreach programs include:

a Youth Series
a TD Jazz Youth Summit
a Stingray Rising Stars
a Presenting more than 500 local and

Canadian jazz musicians who rely on

festivals for their livelihood

The Festival continues to receive vital support EN CANADÁEN CANADÁ
from all levels of government. We gratefully
acknowledge the following: SRE D.E. Systems Ltd

Federal: EMBAJADA DE MÉXICO solutions driven
EN CANADÁ by technology
a Department of Canadian Heritage
a National Capital Commission


a Trillium Foundation (Ontario)
a Yours to Discover Ontario
a Ontario Arts Council
a Employment Ontario


a City of Ottawa
a Community Fountation of Ottawa

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 04

LAUNCH © Suzan Zilahi

Wednesday March 16th, 2016 CBC’s Alan Neal and the Festival’s Programming
Manager Petr Cancura on All In A Day
For two years now, the Festival’s lineup has
been announced live on CBC’s All In A Day – Top Tweet earned 12.7K impressions
Ottawa’s #1 drive home show with host Alan
Neal. The announcement was also streamed Ottawa Jazz Festival @OttawaJazz
live on Check the lineup! We have a ltd number
of Early Bird Passes available at last year’s
According to Google Analytics, the website price!
earned 4,119 visits that day, that’s 20% more
than in 2015. Top Facebook Post reached 11.6K people

Launch activity resulted in 67K+ Twitter Ottawa Jazz Festival │ March 16, 2016
impressions and a Facebook Total Reach The 2016 line-up is on our website now!
of more than 32K. Exclaim! News, Ottawa Buy your early bird passes before they are
Magazine, Ottawa Tourism as well as all gone!
numerous festivals and international artists
participated in the conversation online. 455 Likes 183 Comments 110 Shares

Our launch announcement was covered on Photo below: Programming Manager Petr Cancura
local CBC News and then appeared online discusses the 2016 lineup on TV with Adrian
nationally. Articles also appeared in the Harewood on CBC Ottawa News. © Suzan Zilahi
Ottawa Sun, the Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Start
and Ottawa Life just to name a few.

05 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival


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CITY COUNCILLOR RETURNS FIRE Ottawa Citizen front page top banner and YOU section cover. Thursday, March 17,

Sarah McLachlan will play the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival, which runs June 23 to July 3. Venues include the National Arts Centre and Confederation Park.  FILES

Big-name jazz will return to the JA Z Z F E ST I VA L
2016 TD Ottawa Jazz Festival’s
mainstage in June, along with When: June 23 to July 3
Sarah McLachlan, Buffy Sainte- Where: National Arts Centre,
Marie and Brian Wilson. Confederation Park, Marion
Dewar Plaza
In recent years, the festival has Tickets and information:
THAT tended to fill its main concert se- Buffy Sainte-Marie
ries in Confederation Park with National Arts Centre. For the first
mainstream and crossover acts. time, the festival is making use of
This year’s event, which will run the NAC’s Theatre, where it will
from June 23 to July 3, will fea- hold three shows.
ture three all-star jazz groups
in the park — the eight-piece SF The first, on June 22, a day before
Jazz Collective, playing Michael the festival officially gets under-
Jackson songs and original music,
on June 24; the Jazz at Lincoln

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performs June 25. High-ener- fellow Beach Boys Al Jardine and Dogg and Thundercat.

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stage, and organizers say they may
CITY follows attack on teen girlthe Dap-Kings return to the park tet of guitarist John Scofield and
June 26. Sainte-Marie, the winner saxophonist Joe Lovano, another
of this year’s Polaris Prize, plays jazz all-star formation, plays the
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with trying to kill her near a tent less shelter at 85 Rue Morin. Those loyalists were stunned

village behind her school. A relative of Bellfoy told the when leader Patrick Brown
Marc Bellfoy, 49, was charged
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AUDIENCE © Photo Andre Gagne


Locals - 209,144 (82%)
(beyond 100k) = 11,481 (5%)
Other Canada - 20,447 (8%)
United States - 5,029 (2%)
International - 7,874 (3%)

254K +

attended the

Festival in 2016

50% 50% 35% 31% 22% 55% of
18% 78%
18 - 34 35 - 54 55 - 64 Locals
Tourists stayed in
100km + from Ottawa

73.7% post-secondary $ 55% 19% of tourists
education or above 75K + income
stated they will return to

visit the 2017 Festival

For the second year, visits from the US and overseas 2016 statistics compiled by
substantially increased to return to numbers experienced Survey Monkey
prior to 2011 as a result of the 2008 economic downturn.

07 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival

$825,000 (including in-kind) $22 $25 $47
million + million = million
CAMPAIGN TOTAL REACH Tourists Locals Total

407+ million*

*amount derived from total of pages 9 -10 *Based on 2016 spending.
Statistics compiled by

© Suzan Zilahi

Brochure design by Julie-Anne Madore World’s Best
Tourism Brochure
Regional Winner
Printed on recycled FSC-certified Our promotional video received
paper, our 72 pages program a total of 5,201 views through The International Association
book was widely distributed in our website and social media of Professional Brochure
key locations in the Ottawa region channels. The 30-second Distributors (IAPBD) revealed
and handed out extensively at the montage announced our major the winners of the annual
Festival to our attendees. It was headliners for the 2016 Festival World’s Best Brochure
also available online as a flip book. and appeared on CBC’s website. Contest in late 2015. In
total, 77 brochures were
POSTERS BROCHURE nominated from across
the United States, Mexico,
Three thousand copies of the This year, 50,000 brochures were Canada and Western Europe.
Festival’s 11” x 17” poster, designed printed and distributed accross The 2015 TD Ottawa Jazz
by Sean Brady, were distributed the Ottawa/Gatineau region, Festival brochure, chosen by
accross the National Capital Kingston, Rochester, Syracuse, the CTM Media Group, was
Region. Buffalo, Niagara Falls (NY). awarded Regional Winner for

its design and layout!

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 08

In 2016, the Festival’s worldwide advertising reach was more than 407 million
Amount derived from the total of these two pages

LOCAL ADVERTISING Insertion Period Circulation Insertions Total

Media Outlet April - June 520,900 14 7,292,600
Print Only Jan - June 60,000 4 240,000
Ottawa Citizen
Metro Ottawa: 2 page centre-spread & 1" pop-up May - June 65,000 1 65,000
Where Magazine May - June 623,900 24,000,000
Transit June 147,680 1.5 221,520
OC Transpo / Pattison - King
Astral Media Outdoor - airport carousel April - June 19 3,064
Local & Tourism Displays
Ottawa ExploreBoard Network June 22,000 42 924,000
Radio June 145,000 50 7,250,000
CBC Radio One, 91.5 FM promos June 155,000 50 7,750,000
Majic 100.3 June 100,000 60 6,000,000
CFRA 580 June 150,000 48 7,200,000
CHEZ 106 university
Rouge FM June 306
CHUO June 41,903 60 2,514,000
June 150,000 504 75,600,000
Jewel 98.5
CHIN Radio (podcast info not available) Impressions Click Rate %
Online Advertising
Ottawa Citizen - mobile campaign June - July 175,249 0.63
Ottawa Start June 80,000
Ottawa Showbox 37,800
CBC Television promos June 324,000

Arrivals carousel banner at
the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier
International Airport.

© Suzan Zilahi

09 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival

Bus signage is a
powerful medium to
encourage word of
mouth and is a veritable
roving banner.


Media Outlet Insertion Period Circulation Insertions Total

Magazines April, May, June 500,000 2 1,000,000
May-June 68,000 2 136,000
Jazziz Magazine (US) 2 960,000
DownBeat Magazine (US) 2015 Guide 480,000 1 250,000
Exclaim (national) May 250,000 1 216000
Summer Fun Guide 216000
May - June 150,000 180 27,000,000
Radio (International)
June 2.2 million 65 143,000,000
CHIN (podcast info not available)
May - June 125,000 30 3,750,000
TV & Video Displays
Impressions Click Rate %
Toronto Video Displays: 3 screens @ Richmond May - June 285,907 .29
Adelaide Center; 3 screens @ Toronto Stock
Exchange Tower, 2 screens @ Royal Bank Plaza; May - June 458,107
2 screens @ First Canadian Place; 10 Tornoto
PATH Screens, 82 Gateway/International May - June 376,000 0.38
Newsstand screens April-July 52,513

Online Advertising Jan - Aug 1,610,385

Ottawa Citizen - Postmedia digital awareness
500 Premium Brand Friendly Sites associated
with Postmedia Trading Desk
Ottawa Tourism
Social Media including Twitter, Facebook,
Google Ad Words and Instagram

distributed across
a National Capital Region Ottawa/Gatineau.
a Ontario and Quebec more than 100k from event
a North Eastern US
a France, Austria, Germany, Great Britain,

Australia and Japan

a Eastern and Western Canada

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 10

Attracting local residents and visitors, PAGEANTRY
pageantry is a siginificant focus of the
Festival’s marketing campaign.

Lord Elgin canopy banner. Size: 400” x 60” 11” x 17” posters. Quantity = 3,750

Street pole banners. Vertical street pole
Prince of Wales Dr., banners: Sir John A.
& Wellington St. Macdonald Parkway,
Laurier Ave., Albert
Quantity: 67 St., Slater St., Bank St.
S. Size: 29.5” x 60”.
OC Transpo bus banner. Size: 135” x 26” National Arts Centre large banner. Quantity: 168
Size: 288” x 336”


Main gate top & side banners. Size: 2 x 292” x 33’; 1 x 141” x 100” Laurier/Elgin and Slater OLG After Dark Site Map
entrance banners. Size: 2 x Series activity activity tower.
292” x 33’; 1 x 141” x 100” tower. Size: 41.9”x Size: 41.9” x
95” 95”

Box office A Frame in front of Box Office banner and activity Late Night Jamming activity Mackenzie Bridge activity tower.
City Hall
tower. Banner: 26.7” x 247”. tower at Lord Elgin Hotel’s Size: 41.9”x 95” «

Activity tower: 41.9”x 95”. Grill 41. Size: 41.9”x 95”

11 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival


OLG After Dark Series/Tartan Homes Stage banners at Marion Dewar Plaza in front of City Hall. Quantity: 4. Size: 86” x 126”

Photo: Adam Hughes

Discovery Series, OLG After Dark Series, Jazz Warriors Series & National Arts Centre Studio and Theatre NAC Back Stage
generic festival pop-ups placed at the NAC. Size: 33.5” x 84.5”
coroplasts. Size: 41.9”x 95” coroplast. Size: 41.9”x 95”

Merchandise activity tower. Size: 41.9” x 95”.

Beverages activity tower.
Size: 41.9” x 95”

Jazz at noon Series activity tower. Size: 41.9”x 95”

Main Stage Gobo Directional NAC Canada Day activity tower. Big Screen & Left/Right Scrims by Main Stage in
signs. Quantity = 5 Size: 41.9”x 95” Confederation Park. Scrim size: 132” x 192”. Ad
rotation totaled 189 times throughout the Festival.

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 12


Jibber Jazz Jam-Along First Aid TD Green Chair at the National Arts Centre Studio Laurier Ave. Music SoundCheck
Series activity tower.
Size: 41.9”x 95”.


Tartan Homes Stage Gobo OLG Pop-Ups on Tartan Homes Stage TD Flag
TD Comfort Zone Tartan Homes banner in front
of the Marion-Dewar Plaza

OLG Banner at OLG Stage Entrance

NCC sign and City Bike Racks TD Music banner

Downtown Rideau ©©AAnnddrreeGGaaggnnee Downtown Rideau BIA Tartan Homes pop-ups on the Rendez-vous Rideau
BIA pole banners Take 5 Before Jazz Tartan Homes Stage. Jazz Series signs in
TD Umbrellas. Size: 72” h. CF Rideau Centre
Quantity: 55

13 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival

Performers included: TD WINTER
Carol Welsman, Fraser Hollins JAZZ FEST
Quartet ft. Joel Miller, Jon Cowherd
and Brian Blade, David Virelles and FEBRUARY 4 - 7, 2016
Roman Diaz, Montreal Guitare Trio,
Mouse on the Keys , Mike Murley Trio In its 5th year, the 2016 TD Winter Jazz Festival
and John Geggie’s Journey Band ! at the National Arts Centre was completely
sold out.

© Andre Gagne


As one of the few winter music festivals in 350 posters and 2,000 flyers were distributed
the city of Ottawa, TD Winter Jazz Fest warms accross the National Capital Region. A program
the capital during the cold weather with book with complete artist biographies was also
loads of jazz music in cozy venues. available online and at the venues.

Total Attendance 1,244 Total Advertising Reach 3 million +
Total Website Visits 8K +
Total Facebook Reach* Ads appeared in Metro Ottawa, Exclaim,
Total Tweet Impressions* 76K + Ottawa Citizen blog takeover, Ottawa Start.
127K +

*From January 1st to February 13th, 2016. Total Media Reach 9.7 million +

Top Twitter mention earned 420 engagements Ottawa Citizen, CBC Radio (various shows),, Ottawa Start, CTV Ottawa
Andre Gagne Such an intense, Morning, Metro Ottawa, Ottawa Showbox,
high energy performance by @ North Country Public Radio, CHIN, 1310
mouseonthekeys @OttawaJazz. News, CHUO, Radio-Canada, Rogers – Entre
Utterly blown away by this show! nous, Ottawa Life Magazine, Centretown
News and Montreal Gazette. See some of
the coverage on page 30.

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 14


© Andre Gagne

© Chris PArker

Every year, the Festival works closely with it’s volunteers, vendors,
suppliers and partners to reduce its carbon footprint.

Twenty eight recycling stations, for a total of 40 a 95% of food ware from our vendors was either
bins, were spread around the Festival grounds re-usable, biodegradable or recyclable.
encouraging patrons to stay green in 2016. Everything
from the biodegrable wine and beer cups supplied to a Paperless Volunteer Program.
our attendees; to cardboard and glass/plastic/metal a Program Book available online - printed less.
containers from our food vendors were proudly a Paperless ticketing system (tickets are emailed
recycled with the help of the OJF green team.
then scanned on patrons’ mobile devices).
Highlights of our greening efforts a Use of efficient print methods for marketing
during the Festival:
materials on recycled FSC-certified paper.
a Use of 100% biodegradable and compostable
a Festival situated adjacent to major public
beer and wine cups made from 100% renewable
resources (from Green Shift, Canada). transportation (OC Transpo).
a 1.5 metric tonnes (MT) of mixed fiber materials & a Multiple bike racks provided by both the
2.76 MT of recyclable materials collected.
a 28 recycling stations were strategically located Festival and the City of Ottawa.
around the festival site.
a Volunteer & staff t-shirts had messages on both a Wine/liquor bottles donated to local charities
sleeves encouraging everyone to recycle.
a Leftover water, food, t-shirts donated to the
Ottawa Shepherds of Good Hope.

a Beau’s All Natural Brewery, our official beer
sponsor since 2009, brews with organic malts

and uses local spring water.

15 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival

ON-SITE Sponsors and
ACTIVATIONS businesses find
activations effective
CONFEDERATION PARK & for product sampling,
MARION DEWAR PLAZA promotion, awareness
and sales.

For two years now, TD has been Some of the on-site activations
providing the TD Comfort Zone, an at the 2016 Festival included: TD,
area for all festival-goers to take a OLG, LCBO, CBC Ottawa, Dove
break and relax! Canada and more.

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 16



From Jan to

Aug 2016




average a day

Mobile friendly. Engaging. Interactive. Visual. 187K
visits continues to be the principle source of information for 769
our audience. With a strong focus on engagement and usability, it continues to average a day
be one of the top ranked Ottawa festivals on Google searches. New features this
year inlude a blog and an interactive map. 120K
average a day
a Mobile friendly (in 2016, 34% of visitors a Interactive program book
a New interactive map 2:30min
viewed the website on their phones) a Superior SEO (Search Engine
avg. duration
a New blog page and posts Optimization) strategies
a Excellent social media integration 7K
a Lots of video and photo content a Easy online application forms
a Tourism slider section on home page a New online donations most visits in
a New Instagram feed integrated a Major sponsor logos on home a single day
a Fast and secure e-ticketing system

Top Website Referrals

Website statistics compiled by

17 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival



7.2K Likes 17.2K Followers 1.5K Followers

1+ Million Reach 1+ Million Impressions 3,316 Total Likes

September 2015 to August 2016 September 2015 to August 2016 September 2015 to August 2016

Top Facebook Post Top June Mention Top Post

reached 11.6K people earned 486 engagements earned 65 Likes

Ottawa Jazz Festival Fashion truck, food trucks, and
July 3, 2016 a whole lot of fun. Join us at @
A little taste of Michael Franti and OttawaJazz tonight if you can.
Spearhead from last night! #ottawa #Jazz

31,729 People Reached ottawajazz #TBT with this great
11,192 Views │ 985 Likes regram from @eliduern [...] eliduern
77 Comments │ 89 Shares Many thanks for sharing this photo
:)! As always, it was an amazing day
listening to great music. The city is
lucky to have a fantastic festival!

2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 18

MEDIA © Suzan Zilahi


CBC News, Radio-Canada and CTV covered the opening night of the Festival with live coverage throughout the news.


Total media reach was over 570 Million* Total CBC Impressions

a Received extensive coverage on, Provided by CBC

radio, social media and TV. CBC Radio One, 91.5 = 1,506,200
CBC Television = 1,222,000
a Critics from all three major daily newspapers;
The TD Ottawa Jazz Festival had a
The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Sun and Le Droit filed significant online presence on
daily reviews in print, online and on their blogs for ottawa, as well as the Twitter accounts of
the duration of the Festival. our shows and their hosts. A prominent
home page button featured Jazzfest on the
a Joel Hurd from North Country Public Radio (New heavily-used main page of
The button linked through to a dedicated
York State) and John Kelman from All About Jazz Jazzfest page for the full 12 days of the
attended the Festival several times. Festival, plus the week leading up to the
a CHIN Radio, Ottawa’s multicultural radio station,
CBC Ottawa’s tweets received more than
covered the Festival daily and interviewed several 45,600 combined impressions with an
international artists. overall engagement total of more than
1,110. These statistics show that audiences
a CHIN’s reporter did regular reports about the are directly interacting with CBC Ottawa on
social media.
Festival on CTV Ottawa Morning.

a Metro produced a six-page special insert section

published on June 22.

*Media tracking commissioned through Meltwater


Media ticket contesting included: CBC Radio, The
Ottawa Citizen, Magic 100.3, CFRA, Rouge 94,9,
The Jewel 98.5, CHIN and CHUO.

19 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival

CBC’s © Suzan Zilahi NEW
Hallie Cotnam SERIES
interviews MEDIA

Petr Cancura,

live on-air at
The Record

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the night. “But judges and lawyers are peo-
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0s, but I’m afraid “I wanted to show the irrever- Joel Miller on sax, left, and Fraser Hollins on bass, seen at the 2012 Ottawa Jazz Festival, are part of a quartet set
o young because of ent side lawyers have, that there to play the TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival that also includes John Cowherd and Brian Blade.  JEAN LEVAC/FILES FRASER HOLLINS HALEY RITCHIE METRO
on. She’s good at her
k job), has two won- is some fun in law practices and QUARTET
and a husband who’s Featuring Joel Miller, Jon
ing to get her to lose dealing with (clients).” Cowherd and Brian Blade

A New Paradise is Stauffer’s third

play and the final instalment in his When: Friday, Feb. 5, 9 p.m.
Paradise series. Where: NAC Fourth Stage
Tickets: $32
A longtime community theatre
actor, he debuted his first show

MOONEY’S BAY dents shouldn’t expect Marleau’s decision Lost in Paradise as the 2009 pro-

duction of the annual Lawyer Play,

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dian Theatre Company and com- F E S T I VA L

munity causes that Stauffer had Ottawa-raised Fraser Hollins has assembled
co-founded several years earlier.

dents shouldn’t expect Marleau’s decisionMOONEY’S BAYHissecondshow,StillLookingfor

Paradise which he produced him-
self at OLT in 2013, raised an ex- a superstar jazz quartet, Peter Hum writes. All concerts unless noted
are in the NAC Fourth Stage

traordinary $50,000 for the Union to halt the playground project, either.easy,” Hollins says of Cowherd.

“He’s a great listener. When
Mission. He hopes to match that You could look at it this way: from Wayne Shorter to Chick Thursday
Corea to Joshua Redman to ■ Petr Cancura with Lynn
this time out. Fraser Hollins is just getting
Guy Giorno, co-author of LobbyingWhile the plots have evolved, a together this Friday with his old you’re in a conversation with
Kenny Garrett. Miles, 7:30 p.m.

law firm is at the centre of all three roommate, his roommate’s friend him, he’s a great listener, and you “Brian is a really beautiful, giv- Friday
■ The Chocolate Hot Pockets,
feel that when you play with him. 5 p.m. (free concert)
He’s just there. He’s just very ■ Mike Murley Trio, 7 p.m.
present. It’s the sort of playing I ■ Fraser Hollins Quartet, 9 p.m.
plays. and a longtime buddy to play like a lot. There s a lot of listening ing, generous soul,” Hollins says.
Such a setting makes for good some tunes. and a lot of dialogue going on. “Very in the moment, very,

theatre, according to Stauffer, Talk about an understate- in Canada and a partner at Fasken Mar-very present. And again, like Jon,
who should know: He’s a partner at ment. Pencil in the names of the
Tierney Stauffer LLP here in town. folks playing with Hollins, and always about serving the music.

tineau Ottawa, says the company maySometimes it might be to try and
S E E P A R A D I S E O N D2 ■ Florquestra — Forró Party,
10 p.m., Mercury Lounge
be banned from communicating withyou realize that the Montreal-
“Jon is so quick, if you give him lift it, sometimes it might be to

based, Ottawa-raised bassist has a piece of music, he just gets to create space. ■ Jam session, 10:30 p.m.,
ARC The.Hotel
I wanted to assembled a dream-team quartet the heart of the music so quickly,” elected officials for a month. But that’s“Hejustalwaysseemstoplay
show the to play the TD Ottawa Winter Hollins continues.
Jazz Festival. the perfect thing.”
“He’s worked extremely hard at Completing Hollins’s quartet
“I’m happy and very excited,” his art and his craft, so his skills probably about saxophonist Joel Miller. HeSaturday
says Hollins, 45. “I’m seizing the are really, really developed. And ■ John Geggie Journey Band,
might not have the international
he’s got a spirit where he’s all 5 p.m.
■ Carol Welsman, 7 p.m.
■ David Virelles and Román
Díaz, 9 p.m.
■ Jam session, 10:30 p.m.,
irreverent side opportunity.” jazz stature of Blade and Cow-
herd, but he is a leading Canadian
His ex-roommate is New York about serving the music. It really
Giorno has long said the city’s lobbyinghornmanandcomposer.
lawyers have, pianist Jon Cowherd, who has feels like it’s all about the music.”
that there is Joining Hollins and Cowherd His talents won him the 2013
some fun in law Lucyplayed with Rosanne Cash, Iggy
when they play at the National bylaw sanctions are too lax. In Toronto,JunoAwardforbestcontem-
Pop, Cassandra Wilson and, most Arts Centre’s Fourth Stage will be ARC The.Hotel
none other than Blade himself. companies that fail to comply could faceporary jazz recording for Swim,
Scholeyfamously for jazz lovers, the The Louisiana-raised drummer/
which also featured Hollins. Hol-
group he co-founded with drum- Sunday
mer Brian Blade, the Grammy- ■ Mouse on the Keys, 6 p.m.
■ Montreal Guitar Trio, 8 p.m.
practices and Metro | Ottawanominated Fellowship Band.bandleader and singer/song- prosecution under the city’s bylaw.lins and Miller have been playing
dealing with Hollins says that he and Cow- writer is renowned for a singular
together in Montreal since the
herd became close friends when combination of groove, dyna- However, given that Sinking Ship is“We’ve just hung out so much,

listening to music, goofing
they were among several people mism and sensitivity. Tickets: Single concerts
who shared an Upper West Side Blade has accompanied Bob
apartment during stretches of
Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Daniel
A children’s production company may(clients). ($22-$32, plus fees), nightly
passes ($40-$50, plus fees),
full passes ($77.50 plus fees)
Lanois and Seal, not to mention around, doing silly things,” Hol-
most of the jazz world’s greats lins says. “Joel’s like a brother, a
only face a “slap-on-the-wrist” punishmenttimebetween1999and2005.
“Playing with him, it’s very funding almost half the cost of the play-musicalbrother.”
ground, it could be that the company didSEE DREAM ON D2
if it violated the city’s lobbying rules for not need to be registered as a lobbyist.
a Mooney’s Bay Park playground, says a “It is possible, theoretically, for some-
legal expert. body to say, ‘I wasn’t lobbying a city
Several critics of Sinking Ship Enter- decision. I just wanted to give the city a
tainment’s $2-million mega-playground million dollars,’” says Giorno.
deal with the city have called the com- Meanwhile, his advice to any company
pany’s lobbying rules into looking to engage with city
question. Sinking Ship has officials: Read the bylaw,
not filed any lobbying activ- talk to a lawyer or phoneOTT10653142_1_1
ity, but city officials knew Marleau’s staff to check
« about its Canada-shaped the do’s and don’ts.
playground project last The more lobbying
winter. breaches a company
The city’s integrity com- makes, the stiffer the
missioner, Robert Marleau, Guy Giorno sanctions.

is tabling a report on the Those who break the
Mooney’s Bay Park playground project rules a second time may be banned from
at a council meeting on July 13. We still communicating with city officials for
don’t know the content of the report, three months. After a third breach, it’s
including whether Sinking Ship violated up to the integrity commissioner to rec-
any codes of conduct or bylaws. We also ommend sanctions to council.
don’t know if the company even needed “Most businesses do comply with these
to be registered as a lobbyist. laws,” says Giorno. “Even though the po-
By law, Marleau can’t comment on the tential penalty is light, there’s a reputa-
not face any city fines. Mooney’s Bay resi- city’s lobbying rules this year. report ahead of time. tional damage that can be done if you’re

But if he finds that Sinking Ship vio- found to have breached the law.”
lated lobbying rules, the company would Three companies have violated the
not face any city fines. Mooney’s Bay resi- city’s lobbying rules this year. with an
the younger cousin 2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festival
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A 5 concert series of free, noon time shows
featuring artists as special guests from any of
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Thanks to Celebrate Ontario for offering A list
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the way for all those intent on breaking down
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Before Petr Cancura moved in July Petr Cancura, back from With this series, Cancura is trio of natural tr
from Brooklyn back to Ottawa, he Brooklyn, mixes jazz and roots practising what he teaches. At light was the sple
was having his “best musical year.” Carleton, he gives a class that he with Louis-Pierr
PETR CANCURA WITH IAN TAMBLYN has created  called Developing a ing his curly pug
After more than a decade in the Personal Style: Jazz and Roots. horn and backed
United States, the Orléans-raised Cancura’s Down Home disc took chattering basso
reed player and multi-instrumen- the roots and blues sounds of the Bach’s most ima
talist was connecting with fellow southern United States as its inspi- mentation).
jazz musicians and improvisers ration, and before that, Cancura
in the upper echelons of the fer- also delved into the folk music Young bariton
tile Brooklyn scene. Playing with of Czech Republic, where he was stood out among
such widely celebrated musicians born. not only for his i
as were milestones. Meanwhile, he He possesses an
was growing more fulfilled with the “I love combining roots and special voice: tau
projects he led. jazz,” Cancura says, adding that exotically colour
there have been some high-level grandeur, power
But late last year, several offers precedents for jazz and roots/folk
that came from his hometown were mash-ups. He says he looks to what Then there wa
too good to refuse. jazz trumpeters Dave Douglas and Some of Canton
Wynton Marsalis have done with tions were so fas
In  December, Cancura began singers Aoife O’Donovan and Wil- neither the musi
talking with his alma mater, Car- lie Nelson respectively. In the late
leton University, about becoming 1970s, Joni Mitchell was making
its artist-in-residence for a year. fantastic music with jazz greats
At the same time, an opportunity Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock,
to stage several concerts as part of Pat Metheny and Jaco Pastorius.
the National Arts Centre’s NAC
Presents series emerged. With Tamblyn this month, and in

“The combination of these things

was just too good to turn down,” When: Friday, Nov. 20, 7:30 p.m. 2016 with Lynn Miles and Jeremy cians, and seeme

Ottawa Citizen YOU section cover says Cancura, 38. Where: NAC Fourth Stage Fisher at the Fourth Stage, it will be pure showiness.
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Add the work at Carleton and up to Cancura to “set their music detail can border
steps away from his old apartment. out music-making, Cancura says: to jazz,” he says. some articulatio
Nta1AwC7a tJ,oazCz2aFne0csutri1av’as5ld’suptrieosgaras mthme Ointg- “That’s stuff I don’t miss for a sec- “I kept playing these great gigs but chiselled — the o
Tamblyn has been great to work was one example
manager, for which he spent a week with, Cancura says. “He gave me 15 up Bach’s majest
CDs, I took them home and spent lines.
weeks listening to them, put stars
next to the songs that spoke to me,” The ensemble
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each month back in Ottawa, and

there was more than enough rea-

back to Ottawa with his wife, Liz, ond,” he says. still coming home with $50 at the Cancura says. this beast of a wo
BachBecause there was no sheet mu-
and their four-year-old daughter, He’s kept busy this fall, biking most.” the previous eve
Annabelle. from home, to the festival’s down- Cancura says that, despite his sic to work from, Cancura had to Ottawa all day Su
town office, to Carleton. On Mon- transcribe the songs from the re- fatigue was undo
“Ever since we had Annabelle, days, Tuesdays and Fridays, he move, he still wants to play with cordings and rearrange them for in some shakier
our outlook on lifestyle became splits his time between the festival his Brooklyn peers, and he is work- his jazz peers. eminent bass-ba
different,” says Cancura. ing to set up a Canadian tour and

His wife gave up her teaching job and Carleton. The festival has him perhaps a recording session with Cancura, who will be joined for music specialist

normally rock so
tired; even coun
Taylor had a rare
although in both
and taste compe
technical glitche
and its punishing commute, and Wednesday, and on Thursdays he’s them next year. passthose concerts by guitarist Roddy
his family left their tiny apart- at Carleton all day. “I’m by no means ready to give
ment in Brooklyn. “We squeezed Ellias, bassist John Geggie and
our way into Westboro. It’s  a very Cancura says that his musical life up those musical relationships. I Montreal drummer Greg Ritchie,
small house, but coming from New in Brooklyn had been “creatively realized I can base myself here,” says it will take a lot of creativity to
York, it feels like a mansion. unbelievable but financially unsus- he says. balance the demands of the sing-
tainable.” er-songwriter and jazz musicians
But returning to Ottawa has also

On one hand, being in Brooklyn made him keen to find new collabo- Overall, this B
allowed him to record his 2013 al- rations with musicians in Toronto, more celebrator
bum Down Home, which was nom- Montreal and Ottawa. Up next is a strange but not u
inated for a Juno Award in the best Nov. 20 concert at the NAC Fourth ing in these days
instrumental album of the year Stage with Ian Tamblyn, the first of hours enough sp
category. But of his  day-in, day- three Crossroads shows that Can- reflection.
“We have a driveway. I don’t have not ponstage.
to look for parking for 45 minutes “I want Ian to be at home, and re-
after a gig,” he adds. Nor does he ally express his stories,” Cancura
have to drive a beat-up car, foresee- says. “But I also want to let these
ing that it could be vandalized, or great jazz musicians really play and
fret about gunshots that he heard shine.”

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Lisette Canton and the Ottawa
Bach Choir joined the list of musi-
cians sending tributes to Paris,
dedicating Sunday’s performance
of Bach’s B Minor Mass to the vic-
tims of the French terror attacks.

Swelling the ranks of the OBC
were the York University Cham-
PETER HUM them to reunite twice a year in San ever, in a first for the collective,
Francisco to rehearse 16 substan- he and drummer Calvaire made
SFJAZZ Collective plans a thrillerInthedozenyearsthattheSFJAZZ tial new pieces of music before a track containing electric guitars
going out on tour. “We just kind and keyboard-produced textures
Collective has honoured jazz’s most of jump right into it. It is pretty that the group plays along with in
significant composers by perform- intense,” Simon said. concert.
ing arrangements of their work, the
all-star octet’s choices of annual Through its different iterations, Overall, the music nudged
honourees have usually been no- the band has developed a large the collective to add more elec-
and recognizable sound for itself, tric sounds to its previously all-
Canonical artists such as The- ber Choir — another of Canton’s with original songs and arrange- acoustic sonic profile. “That has

projects — and Ensemble Caprice,
the exuberant little baroque
orchestra from Montreal led by
MICHAEL JACKSON’STONYCALDWELL with the world. But last year, the been one of the cool things about
lonious Monk, Ornette Coleman, ments that can contain bar-raising working with Michael’s music,”
Wayne Shorter and Herbie Han- complexities that require precise Simon said. “It has provided an op-
execution. portunity to delve into that world
cock got the nod, and all was right flutist Matthias Maute. a little bit more, because the band
Simon said he likes the musical has that capability.”
Canton, the choir’s artistic challenges that he and his peers
director, has spoken about her throw at each other. “It’s one of the Although the collective is in a
fAotltleomwpstaetdtamcukrodnertecehnarggirel MoTonucgaUhrbsoeSlnl fpoIrriCBrownwas understandable. At the proj- things that I really enjoy about be- sense widening its own musical
Cnoouthni.nJgodwyroMnigtpsbiowoacmnp,iputdehrloaadhnrceieittcsyiiws,dtiwaehnldaokgs,intanfo’totgtrpphaaaaberyloltStuohtrfitiitsbththusgievsltoejinabllzteaeozwlShhaonotdignugnRsaonngseoscoinalWmeeddniae.swsfdoade orcerAratpkehydait4sfr,mfamsencuaostsliyniaocutns.emHadtenehinrndtlteaooodrvfameeEpfiuoerirrarsofttoiphoreen-an ing in the band,” he said. “It’s kind embrace, Simon is not that keen
tribe — none other than the King of nerve-racking ... when we first on jazz festivals increasingly pro-
NEWS mance that had passion and joy, start rehearsing, trying to get all gramming non-jazz acts.
that stuff together.”
CITY of Pop, Michael Jackson. but also excess and inconsistency. “What can I say? I guess they’re
If jazz fans were skeptical, it First the good. The choir’s The preparation before the just trying to get more seats filled.
Jackson-themed concerts was “a
singing was supple, nuanced and

vibrantly responsive. The men

ect’s outset, so too was the group’s

cing to PCspianist, Edward Simon.
Bail fix needed sounded particularly rich and
assertive, while the sopranos had
a lovely, balanced sound, clear and

“I was one of the ones that was ued. “It’s all played instrumenptuarellbyu,t without spikiness. Can- bit smoother,” Simon said, because It’s kind of odd that they still call it
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crunch, Naqvi jazz musician Ottawa Citizen YOU section cover, June 21, 2016 crazy” with their interpretations to open it up to other genres of mu-
of Jackson songs. sic, maybe it should just be a music
PsaEyT sE RAH4U M festival.
“When we’re talking about pop
OTTAWA CITIZEN music, there are very specific “If you’re really going to be a jazz
elements that really give the tunes festival, just have some jazz music,”
Patches the their character,” he explained. “It’s he said with a laugh. “If the audi-
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United States, the Orléans-raised
reed player and multi-instrumen-

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jazz musicians and improvisers people recognize, like for Thrill- impeccable. Born in Venezuela in
i$n1.5th2epluups ptaexraetcrehtealiol ns of the fer- er, for example. There’s specific 1969, he moved to the U.S. as a teen-
$ti1l.e76Birnooouktlyyingsacreenaes. Playing with grooves, and of course the melody. ager and honed his jazz piano skills
such widely celebrated musicians You can’t really alter it too much, at the Manhattan School of Music.
as were milestones. Meanwhile, he is what I’m saying. You have to be Leaders such as saxophonist Bobby
was growing more fulfilled with the very careful. Watson and trumpeter Terence
Blanchard hired Simon for their
There areprojects he led. “But then at the same time, we bands in the 1990s, and as a leader,
don’t want to sound like a disco Simon has worked with the cream
There are many gJoodAreasZons tZo imMprove yAour hNearingBut late last year, several offers band, you know? That’s going to of his jazz generation, including
sound dated and cheesy, that’s not saxophonists Mark Turner and Da-
that came from his hometown were really what we do. So that was the

specific littletoo good to refuse.

In  December, Cancura began

Why do youPwetar Cnatntcourhae, baarckbferotmter? riffs, there’stalking with his alma mater, Car-
attack of a girl who was onBhuertwSaiymoonftehnavsiocleonmt wehaernohue nwdas.iTnthoxei-
home from École secbonadnadir,ehdee saScaEiEtdeC,dA.hMaPsO NbAe3en
l’Île. true to Jackson’s songs able to be
— includ-

ing such hits as Rock With You,

Smooth Criminal and Thriller —

while presenting them instrumen-

tally within arrangements that

allow the octet to revel in its big,

horn-heavy sound and stretch out Cls1hTi9iena7hNgl0eemesrl,gssJeoArornoonsriuifeUeMpsOpnite’tDhccithtoaieenvtldeolilvwsyCa.atnIhsonaumtnphdraleckWalihaynitlegC-ino2gesnprx0afoeenct0iiddca9eal-.ulvlroy,icpcooel:wotuearureatldny,dfhopecrrueossiecednin,ceit.s
leton University, about becoming
its artist-in-residence for a year.

Brooklyn, mixes jazz and roots the bass lineAt the same time, an opportunity
Audiences who have heard the

to stage several concerts as part of erfaantitoasntiPc amruksiicnwciltuhdjaezszsgarxeoatpshonTihsetnsthere was the not as good. challenge. How to bring that ma- vid Binney, bassist John Patitucci
Jackson pieces since the group terial, maintain its integrity, but and drummer Brian Blade.
Davidsonthe National Arts Centre’s NAC bring it into our own realm and
that has to bebegan playing them last fall have into today, so that it doesn’t sound The collective’s concert in Ot-
Presents series emerged. cheesy, for lack of a better term.” tawa is a one-off special request
P E T R C A NrCeUacRteAdWpoIsTitHiveIlAy,NSimTAonMsBaiLdY. N by the festival for the band to
wa“Ts hjHuescetoatmoriobnigngoaAotidoindtooCfttuehrnensterdetohswinng,”s MPWiagatyuMneeeltShZheeonrnyteóarnn,dHaJeanrcbdoiePDHaasatvnocirdoiucsSk.,antScioohmnesezwo,ef rCeasnotofans’ts tempo selec- For his part, Simon arranged play. More frequently nowadays,
th19a4t3 t-h2e01y3 served Jackson’s piece This Place Hotel, bands play a run of Canadian fes-
613-688-3244says Cancura, 38. vt7hear0yt psepoepcilefic,NowTwickietths:Wss7$toh3rWAe5lnuonha’:tscecrFtrkraehemide:tlbaNaNiuyyoAA,tsCNtCinihvoFcbsvoeeo.,ux2-rSa0tolvhhi, o’snfJahbaueecdeakinr--ingWpisaeF2tutiao0ptidsrjeM1hta6rsorzee.wzraCcn,aSi”toatththneWtmhecaLPuesyonarFefnayloonnfsutJ,.roMrmpo t“mhiinslaaeSeeosnttnaastrgihn,seaeed,tnviiriJtSindewmbirfimeulrodlmsabiroryecpmunhm,acpdsoboieutamnamtrinaeosiseielsss,nahcar-tranotndwicbsiuneoleearmdstiseo.ernHdEoYsXetnoEoCrfAEoabuLRtbestLSssebEeynNaOs,tsCwsFieiEovidtneholtyno also known as Heartbreak Hotel. tival dates as part of a cost-efficient
Add the work at Carleton and troWmitbhoTnamisbtlyRnothbisimnoEnuthb, aanndkins, tnreuitmher-the music nor the musi- Simon said he was drawn to it by circuit.
NAC to Cancura’s duties as the Ot-
recognize, likeences latching onto pop hits from

a snippet of bass line or a few bars
tawa Jazz Festival’s programming OCwbODiTetnhasd,m,lICyCbtaoSlanyoiclnkmvuhtrahaaoisesrnmabeyel.sehi.nvo“HmegreseeganaatnvetdeoasmwrpeoeSnr1a5ktn chiselled — the opening KyrieOTT10642875_1_1
manager, for which he spent a week
each month back in Ottawa, and FuwprasBaoannc-he’esxmamajepslteic—, atrhcahtiittebcrtuokrael
there was more than enough rea- for Thriller, forsteps away from his olod afpmartemloendty. . out music-making, Cancura says: ciwseceok,s laisntedninhgetoothnelmy, pmutostvaersd tlihneesr. e

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son to uproot his family and come some of the tune’s harmonies, by Simon said he’s pleased that this
back to Ottawa with his wife, Liz, its groove and bass line, and by group will enjoy pride of place on

example.and their four-year-old daughter,

Annabelle. from home, to the fesstiivcal’tshdoewyn’r- e faCmanicluiararswayistthh,a”t,Sdiemspoitenhis otshicetro bwaonrkdfrmome,mCabnecurrsaahraedstocatOtettraewda all day Sunday, and sheer its horn arrangement, penned by the main stage, potentially playing

“Ever since we had Annabelle, town oTffuicees,dtaoyCsaarnledtosFnar.iiOddna.yM“sY,ohnoe-u cmhaisonBvers,oehokeelsyttnhilpleewierarsnr,taesnatdochpteiliaosywnwo.ritkh- amtcroaorndnsicngrgiscbeiatntihdeersesoiannrrgcaslnufgrdeomtihnteghmeNfroeer-w ifYnatosigorumkee,wsahsaukniedrosuebcttieodnlys.aTfhaector Quincy Jones. for thousands rather than a few
our outlook on lifestyle became days,
splits his time betweeYn tohue fcesatnivafleeilntghtoeyse’truepwaiCtahnaydoiaun. tour and Nheiws jaJzezrpseeerys,.Baltimore and Atelamnintean.t bass-baritone and early “I actually stayed fairly close to hundred indoors.
different,” says Cancura.

His wife gave up her teaching job WaneddCnaersldeatyo,na.nTdhoenfeTshtuivr“aslBdhauayssthhtiehm’sis iptsheedrmhiafnpfeesxrateryneecator,r.”dhinegcseosnsitoinnw-ith tBhCoesaiennccguonriacn,ewrtthshobewy icgluloibtlealerjiocsittnRievodedfdoryreqnmuouirsrmiecassllpyercoiaclkisstoDliadn, sieoluLnidcehdti, the original,” Simon said. How- “Cool, that’s great,” he said.
and its punishing commute, and

his family left their tiny apart- at Carleton all day. “I’m by no means ready to give Ellias, bassist John Geggie and tired; even countertenor Daniel

ment in Brooklyn. “We squeezed Cancura says that his musical life up those musical relationships. I Montreal drummer Greg Ritchie, Taylor had a rare vocal hiccup —

our way into Westboro. It’s  a very in Brooklyn had been “creatively realized I can base myself here,” says it will take a lot of creativity to although in both cases, artistry

small house, but coming from New unbelievable but financially unsus- he says. balance the demands of the sing- and taste compensated for any

York, it feels like a mansion. tainable.” But returning to Ottawa has also er-songwriter and jazz musicians technical glitches.

“We have a driveway. I don’t have On one hand, being in Brooklyn made him keen to find new collabo- onstage. Overall, this B Minor Mass felt 24
2016 Media Marketing Report │ TD Ottawa Jazz Festivalafter a gig,” he adds. Nor does he bumDownHome,whichwasnom- Montreal and Ottawa. Up next is a ally express his stories,” Cancura strange but not unwelcome feel-
to look for parking for 45 minutes allowed him to record his 2013 al- rations with musicians in Toronto, “I want Ian to be at home, and re- more celebratory than reverent; a

have to drive a beat-up car, foresee- inated for a Juno Award in the best Nov. 20 concert at the NAC Fourth says. “But I also want to let these ing in these days when there are

ing that it could be vandalized, or instrumental album of the year Stage with Ian Tamblyn, the first of great jazz musicians really play and hours enough spent in grief and

fret about gunshots that he heard category. But of his  day-in, day- three Crossroads shows that Can- shine.” reflection.

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our way into Westboro. It’s  a very group performed a couple
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changed for Speech, thesmallhouse,butcomingfromNew kids to rap and dance with
them onstage.
York, it feels like a mansion.
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The TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival starts this week with a jazz-folk combo and

all thatends with an acoustic guitar trio reminiscent of Radiohead and Rush. Get your
eclectic fill at the National Arts Centre’s Fourth Stage.


American jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington
kicks off the jazz festival on Thursday at the NAC
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The TD Ottawa Jazz Festival, running June 22 to July 3, will have one of its most musically diverse lineups in it’s 36-year history. Julie-Anne MAdore With nothing more than two keyboards and a drum set, th
Japanese trio punches out a complex prog-jazz-funk soun
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his debut studio album, The Epic, Fraser hollins Quartetsoloists, ensemble players and lineup on July 3 is Beach Boys’
to glowing reviews in both the
jazz and mainstream press. He arrangers in jazz music today, leader Brian Wilson’s Pet Sounds
Montreal guitare trio (Mg3)Jen Traplin TiCKeTS AND iNFOrmATiON

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40 million albums worldwide,
Petr cancura’s crossroadsfestival kickoff performance by and has won nine Juno Awards
with lynn MilesAmerican jazz saxophonist Ka- and three Grammys.
legends — Elvin Bishop and 2015 Polaris Music Prize winner up in Confederation Park, the
Charlie Musselwhite — as well On June 29, fellow Grammy Buffy Sainte-Marie on June 28, tented Tartan Homes Stage at
as blues guitarist Alvin ‘Young- and beloved Canadian singer- Trombone Shorty and Orleans Marion Dewar Plaza is the place
masi Washington at the NAC blood’ Hart’s Muscle Theory, songwriters of all time, Sarah Avenue on June 27 and the super- to be to keep the party going.
TThheeamtrea,nhbomeheintodajanzuzmfbeesrt’osfmuTsoicroanltloi-nbeasuepd Nweiwll Obreleoanns-tshtyelestagMecLachlan, will perform at the star trio of Chick Corea, Chris- This year, the OLG After Dark
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Flat earth Society leMeow Digging rootS Dan BruBreck Quartet courtesy Juan Hitters

When Peter Vermeersch, band leader of the When the time came to name their David virelles & román DíazWith artists like Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tanya
unpredictable (sometimes even startling) debut CD, Ottawa’s leMeow went back
Flat Earth Society, started looking for a film to the beginning, back to York St. Tagaq and Ottawa’s own A Tribe Called Red
for the 14-piece outfit to accompany, the From as far back as he can remember, re-
usual would not do. “We have our roots on York Street in nowned jazz drummer Dan Brubeck always
some ways,” explained singer and co-
“I was really interested to do something founder Gin Bourgeois. “James [Rooke] making waves here at home and inter- knew he would have a career in music.
with live music on a film, but you know it’s and I, my partner, he’s one of the found-
always a bit the same pond we’re fishing in. ing members of leMeow, when we first nationally, it’s safe to say Canadian indigen- Brubeck is the son of iconic American jazz
It’s always the Murnaus and Faust and the started working on this project, he was
old things,” he said. actually living on York Street, and for ous music is finally starting to break through pianist Dave Brubeck and jazz lyricist Iola Bru-
anyone who’s familiar with Ottawa, you
Then he discovered The Oyster Princess, know there’s a lot of live music venues the mainstream. beck, which meant there was no shortage of
Ernst Lubitsch’s 1919 comedy about the on that street, there’s a lot of bars, a lot
blow-out wedding of a millionaire’s daugh- of action.” Afro-Cuban jazz musician David Virelles has been called aIn fact, Raven Kanatakta of the four-time
ter. “I was thinking, well, it’s a lot of work
to do something like this, so I want some- “We just had some really good times Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards winning
thing that is nice for all kinds of people, on York Street, specifically at that apart- artistic influences when Dan was growing up.
people who are not especially coming for ment and we just sort of felt like, well, “There was a flow of really artistic people
our music, but for a good film. It could be a we’re not living there anymore, but we
family thing, and it also has a very cinematic wanted to pay homage to it in some coming in and out of the house all the time
interest because at that moment, it was a bit way, so one thing led to another and and my dad had rehearsals a lot at the house.
of a forgotten film.” now we’ve got a song and an album leading musician of his genre. His latest album, mbòkó, toppedhusband and wife duo Digging Roots, calls
dedicated to our York Street memories.”
The action on the screen, he says, serves Visit for what’s happening now a “renaissance.”
a “door-opener” to draw in new audiences more.
for the music, and repeated performances What we didn’t know was that a lot of the
have only deepened his appreciation. Flat leMeow plays a free show at the people that were playing with him were con-
Earth Society plays the Tartan Homes Stage Rideau Centre Saturday July 2 at noon. year-end roundups in the New York Times, NPR and the Village“It’s an exciting time,” he said. “I would
Thursday, June 23 at 10:30 p.m. Steve collinS
Steve collinS definitely call it a renaissance. I think one

sidered some of the best musicians in the
world. You don’t know that as a little kid,” he
Voice. The duo take the stage on Saturday starting at 9 p.m.of the reasons is that we’re getting further

away from the times when we were not

allowed to play our drums or to sing our said.

songs or, for that matter, to even speak Five of the six Brubeck children went on

our language. I think that it’s a time when to become professional working musicians.

people are feeling empowered and, as a While still a teenager, Dan Brubeck started

result, that’s coming through the music. touring the world with his dad’s group, the

There’s a lot of history that Canadians just Dave Brubeck Quartet, and, over the years,

don’t know.” was featured on nearly a dozen of his albums.

That history has always been deeply em- While he continues to perform and record

bedded in the music Kanatakta and wife with his siblings, Brubeck’s main focus these

ShoShona Kish create through Digging days is on the Vancouver-based Dan Brubeck

Roots. Digging Roots plays Tuesday, June 28 Quartet (DBQ). Dan Brubeck Quartet performs

at 7:30 p.m. at Tartan Homes Stage. Monday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Main Stage

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PETER ROBB in terms of sales out of the For fans of a certain vin- tured woodwinds, lots of gui-
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talgic Sunday night at the the United Kingdom than it the audience Sunday night, monies many associate with
TD Ottawa International did in the United States. But, the Beach Boys provided the classic Beach Boys songs.
Jazz Festival. After all, the over time, Wilson’s intricate Where: NAC BackBeach Boy Al Jardine and a
weather was a perfect back- studio-built album was rec-
drop for the music of the ognized as heralding Qa new 10-piece band. In the ensem-
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marking the 50th birthday rtney, who has said that Pet The show did feature Sounds. The complicated enthusiastic crowd sang
of his seminal album, Pet Sounds prompted the crea- the entire song list from mix of influences on that along with Help Me Rhonda,
Sounds. tion of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely the album and it also ran album requires a large and Surfin’ USA and Fun, Fun,
Hearts Club Band, which Amanda Tosoff “Words”through a string of hits from talented ensemble to recre- Fun.
The disc, released in May was released a year later in
1966, wasn’t a smash success the Beach Boys’ catalogue. ate on stage. The band fea-

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He also spearheads a chari- thousands of rock fans who an intense performance, attended the 11th annual Saturday-night crowd with When: 7:30 p.m.
table foundation that aims to attended the 11th annual which included an offer of Rockfest, the event Martel Where: Tartan Homes
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Instead, they camped out to show that Hollywood Instead, they camped out Donkey Monkey
hasn’t erased his thugness, to show that Hollywood When: 8 p.m.
and saw bands, including an epic grand finale by and saw bands, including
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Limp Bizkit, Jane’s addiction and Lamb of God with a Limp Bizkit, Jane’s addiction
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the dozens of metal, punk afternoon set. the dozens of metal, punk Chicago punks Rise against,
and hardcore acts at what and hardcore acts at what and Lamb of God with a
may have been the biggest, The folk-metal Finnish may have been the biggest,
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afternoon set.

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good deal of inconvenience to our ■AlTl hcoenCcheorctoslautneleHsostnPootcekdets,
patrons. On the other hand, we 5arpe.min. t(hfreeeNcAoCncFeorutr)th Stage
knew that our audience depends on ■ Mike Murley Trio, 7 p.m.
us to bring the best of the perform- ■ThFurarsedraHyollins Quartet, 9 p.m.
ing arts to the Nation’s Capital. In SstTAThEtihEeaNererPneasOAewtRaytrAtrSePaDet,IwaaaFSurEealfafabOedMw.Nri3LsDyi-seLe26s,Pr.iashoA,tenjfrOu,uettdinnhtgdateerowSMtlTsaawchEai,wiWoEeinispssmLr.ePfsohntiriAireltieomfiaybftmltRdocyoonesoalAlyseeersupS.kiteDeslstoHhrmadIaeapuySe,ebautlOtEtallpft.hiehytfzhltdOeeieooaneNrTawpttgchLDsDdeawearL-sh2OtneirtPaatattthhimtovrhsaeHeeew-emMdtooreaelbefaolavWiaatmninosncltislslnrhq,vitteastuoehaettnawdlrhrhdr-,eataneaest.t ■ PFleotrrqCuaensctruara—wFiothrrLóyPnanrty,
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eration, we’ve decided to remain ■ Jam session, 10:30 p.m.,
open during the 2015-2016 and AFrRidCaTyhe.Hotel
2016-17 artistic seasons.” officers and others whosepdlaysj.oJbazsz Festival.

Here are some of the impacts of

the construction. aton“dpHlaae’ylsowtnhogertkTiemdDeOxbttrutedamwdeyalytWhoapirndlataeytr ComfHpeoleeltlitinhngasHtcowolnlhinteisn’suyqeousua.rpteltay with him. tinhge,pgeernfercotuthsisnogu.”l,” Hollins says., so his skills is saxoHphe“Ho’snejius’stsJwtotoehrlekMreeidl.leHerx.eHt’rseejmusetlvyehrayrd aStaturdayC“Voemryplienttinhge Hmoolmlinesn’st,qvuearyr,tet ■ The Chocolate Hot Pockets,
Construction will occur outside

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involve the law. Such “aI’smehttaipnpgy amndakveersy feoxcritgeodo,”d
between midnight and 2 p.m. Eve-

show thening and weekend shows will go
Set in the fictional legathl eoafftirce,s according to Stauffer,aheadasplanned.Becauseofday-

time construction, some school

irreverent side show theof Paradise, Morgan andwBhroisghhotu-matinées, daytime performances

ld know: He’s a partner atand rehearsals will be cancelled

or moved within the NAC or to

man, the 23-character pTlaiyerfninedysStauffer LLP here in town.other venues across the city. The

Fourth Stage will be closed start-
ing in the spring of 2016 until July

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says Hollins, 45. “I’m seizing theBrian Blade performing at the 2009 Ottawa International Jazz Festival in Confederation Park.  MIKE CARROCCETTO / OTTAWA CITIZEN FILES smfoahfaoaepbre“Tleyeepo’kIslnsaurs’osgmletHtlkrop.aistktPlolehauleaayrelban,liyvsntioprpii’nnsectnupiarysgaigtyill,.lttl”la4iywhawanne5ndbih.ettmoduehh“vurnueIveteH’lsdemtohnihrecopeay.erels’Ismlsdmeetiat.nixraeluAzelcstssian,ieinlotcdal-eg.yfn”dtd,h”emhjhaoezirrgzdnhs,mttbaplhhaaniaunrtreikonusete’detsrhsaarheaagenereaoondtilalvsfootaetlcBaltt.oanty.lIlhoma,deTstedfrap’pshheedidionetaiiraisnsthairlneetglecelrdryo.wCrnssCgdaaaohaoufnetrteiwvealot,rod-ensgeotiloaaofoholnihppfenilel’gsasidsysao.tiklnAenlin.nlglisdIn■■■5gpDJC.oaamhvr.onijmSaivdlasGeloWVwzisermigezargyalehsgxseylpmiltoteetsrasanipJemantoaohus,bunt7eeordronshnpeuRe.atimioyotts.vm.BfstAmeáaeBJnnntrioldhgdvae,heidalnteigMgnbaateinehnltldre,eonlrCmita.kroHtueyiwoseJa-inonca.ndl, S5apt.mur.d(afryee concert)
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■ CFlaorroqluWeestlsram—anF,o7rpró.mP.arty,
and community events presented S E E P AppRilAaaynDeiIsdStwEJoiOtnhNCRDoo2wsahnenrde,Cwahsoh,hIagsgy 10Dpa.mvid., VMireerlcleusryaLnoduRnogme ánTim Hortons, Burger King commit to serving only cage-free eggs at all locations by 2025. Business
here will be moved to other the new master race on Earth. PittPeodp, Cassandra Wilson and, most ■
Centre’s performance halls.
that there is lawyers have,ON LE CAFÉ 5paAslrastyesmeCdebnwlteridteh’saFRdooruesrathnmnS-tetaegCaeamwsihlql,ubIeagrgtyeptorarythjaJezozhirneeaicnrotgrdoHifnotghlfleoinrmsSwuanismidc, CsoowquhiecrkdlyA,”RC The.“HHHoisteetljaulsetnatlswwaoyns sheiesmmhtoshwteos2pw0l1ao3yrth seeing aD■títJahazm,e9wspei.smnst.ioenr,J1a0z:3z0Fep.smt.i,val
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group he co-founded with drum-caused by the renovation, le café T D O T TAWA
of busmombliengfubanrriinstelarswand a cleverwillbeclosingforlunchfromJanu- F E S T I VA L
When: February 4 to 7
ary 4, 2016 until June 26, 2017. Le Where: National Arts Centre
Fourth Stage
scienptrisatc, wtiicthelsovaen, sdolar farmsItahnmnwdeartBrtiahneBrlaedei, sthe Grammy-caféwillremainopen,however,forTickets: $22 to $32 for
omainnatteed Fdeltloodinner in the evening. The NAC’s

wship Band.cateringoperationswillbeconsid-
alcohol getting in on the action.erablyreducedduringtherenova-

soHmolleinfs usayns tihnat hlae awnd Cow-tions.
“Tdheeahluimnganwsiidtehof the law isshhne’rtodwbectamheeclose friends whenON CONSTRUCTION
Brian Blade, the profound and ex- lins and Cowherd were roommates single concerts, $40 or $50 Wallace at 7 p.m. and then the Hol- smcaoeymrsbBHinroiaaltlinionnBso,laf4dg5re.o,“otIvh’eme, dGsyenriaz-minmg yth- e “WeTa’vrheeejurLestaohluluyins, giraeonaualtl-syroadmiesuvecedhl,odpruedm.mAnedr/ lminigshatnndoMt hilalevrehthaveeinbteeernnaptliaoyninagl S■ uJnodhanyGeggie Journey Band,
plosive drummer who has played in New York in the late 1990s and for evening pass, $77.50 for lins band at 9 p.m.
with Daniel Lanois, Herbie Han- Hollins occasionally took part in Friday-to-Saturday pass; ot-
cock, Wayne Shorter and his own Fellowship Band rehearsals when The next night will feature
acclaimed Fellowship Band over its bassist was absent. shows by Ottawa bassist John
the years in Ottawa, will be play- Geggie’s new Journey Band, which
ing the National Arts Centre’s in- Blade thanked Hollins in the lin- blends world music, baroque
timate Fourth Stage in February er notes of his 2008 album Season music and jazz aspects, followed
— but as the sideman in the band of Changes. That year, Hollins told by the polished chanteuse Carol
the Citizen: “I remember when I Welsman and then the earthy and

first started hearing Brian, I kind
of thought, ‘Boy, if one day I get
to just play for a minute with him,
that will be it for me, I’m going to
be cool.’ And then I got the privi-
of a Gloucester-raised musician.
Blade, who has also recorded

often displayed when people etnhe-y were among several peoplewith Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan

practices andand Marianne Faithful, will sit
coun(cteliretnhtesl)a.w. It always seiermwrhseo vshearredeanntUpspiedr Weest Sideon the drummer’s throne with
The public will begin to see exploratory duo of pianist David onmpoipmsmoirnatanutdnesidetynF.s”eitlilvoitwy.ship Band. listenibhnaegn’stodglmoetuasadiecs,rpgiaornoitfdinwsgihnegreerh/seo’snagl-l Tickettjsao:zgSzeintsghtleaetcruoinrnceeMrotsfoBnltardeealasnidncCeotwh-e ■5 pM.mou. se on the Keys, 6 p.m.
physical changes to the building Virelles and percussionist Román tpphLDmhileaHayaBeornlynsldaoioatesinwidlbsodsl,eetfieJeaxnwthJocnrh-sanoaeidrestimsnoSahjaMaaoemcCeyzRamiczstolcoooc,wlwtmmnnhsohooeaghpsarltnaellstt,dnneeroDfh’isdrveeimaeisge,dneCrewarNiBnenaenahodeltsltdibohwsspoCn,ewhYIooahgopwsgerly-nkeamlSiErnuoEssuDsincRacfmawdayEeobl,sArJeidb.moMis“loortuJmsoeiibOontntlrNiehgasnikliDene’sssaeri2rg.dltlr”ilviieyHktosi’nestenohoangaliowbnllstilfrighnntaosgeis,tebr”vhdmaoHietnourfoyu,ovdt.las-ertCi,hcado.eswyIimtnnhraguee-usraildlcal.y(pfar”u$tal2sol s2ptte-aa$shmhlswi3s(eosa$e2H“itrjrsd,4Waedpni0(z-nsl$z,1-mue$f7ib9tse’n75avaus9f.05egletnt0ie,e0vtpjshnsaapuo)l.luent,l.sucsnmsdtosiifsgwmehfucheeaoutsoeslsil)nynmce,)g,ahpgdoioomiusnotegtfrsihn.Coegam2n0ua1cd3hia, n ■ CMaornotlrWeaellsGmuiatna,r7Trpio.m, 8. p.m.
between December and January, Díaz, two Cuban expatriates based Pwohpo, sChaasrseadndanraUWppilesronWaensdt ,Smidoest whBelandtehheyaspalacycoamt tphaenNieadtiBoonbal JaruonuonAdw, daoridnfgosriblleystthcionngtse,”mH-ol- ■ David Virelles and Román
including hoarding that will be in New York. DTiícakz,e9tsp:.Smin. gle concerts
installed on Elgin Street and on (■$J2a2m-$s3e2s,spioluns, 1fe0e:3s)0, npi.gmh.t,ly
the northeastern side of the ter- The Sunday concerts will be by ApaRsCseTshe($.H4oM0to-eu$sle5o0nt,hpeKlueyss fees),
race overlooking Confederation
Square. PCL will also begin to re- the quartet of Montreal-based,
move concrete tiles on the north
terrace in January. Inside the NAC, apartment during stretches ofBlackburn Hamlet-raised bassist
work will begin near the Fountain dry,” Stauffer says.FraserHollinsonFriday,Feb.5,as
Room and in the space between
the main reception desk and the “But judges and lawyers are pdlaeteiomw-aelybienetwrgesewnh19ai9tv9hpartofthe2016TDOttawaWinter
Theatre lobby. aen,d 2005.Jazz Festival.

Visitors may also see some Completing Hollins’ quartet
work being done in the garages to
“Playing with him, it’s verywillbeMontrealsaxophonistJoel

ple who bring their own emotio(cnalilMiller and New York pianist Jon
ents).Cowherd — Blade’s longtime col-
that there islaborator in the Fellowship Band

and mental and historical baggageandotherprojects.
lege of doing so a few times ... I just diverse lineup that includes a local the Japanese trio Mouse on the afapmarotumselynftodrujraiznzglostvreertsc,htheseof DArytlsanC,eJnotnrei ’Ms Fitocuhretlhl,SDtagneiewl ill be lpionrsasrayyjsa.z“zJorecl’sorlidkienga fborroSthweirm, a, full passes ($77.50 plus fees)With nothing more than two keyboards and a drum set, this
feel very blessed to have been able jazz-funk band, a smooth, swing- Keys, a trippy electronica-and- Japanese trio punches out a complex prog-jazz-funk sound.
to do that.” ing chanteuse, a bracing duo of hip-hop-meets-jazz band that They play on Sunday starting at 6 p.m.
Cuban musicians, and a Japanese consists of a drummer and two
Those Blade rehearsals, Hollins underground post-rock trio. keyboardists, and the Montréal Satuontdtawy ajaFzrazsfeershtoillvinaslQ.cuaortmet
then said, were “just a few experi- Guitare Trio.
ences in a lifetime of music, but Opening the festival is a free
definitely among the ones that I concert by Ottawa groove outfit On Thursday, Feb. 4, there will
remember very fondly and really the Chocolate Hot Pockets on be a concert by Petr Cancura,
smile about a lot.” Friday, Feb. 5 at 5 p.m. That rest Ottawa multi-instrumentalist
of the night will see shows by the and the jazz festival’s program-
The Hollins concert is one of ming manager, with Ottawa sing-
nine taking place at the Fourth

While this group led by Hollins Stage from Feb. 4 to 7 as part of the impeccable Toronto-based trio of er-songwriter Lynn Miles. It is a
performs infrequently, its musi- fifth annual winter jazz weekend. saxophonist Mike Murley, guitar- co-production between the NAC

to“tIhwe apnictteudret.o show the irrever- Joel Miller on sax,cianshaveahistorytogether.Hol- Completingthefestival’sbillisa istRegSchwagerandbassistSteve and the jazz festival.
some fun in lawstrengthensomeoftheNAC’ssup- left, gtirmouepbhetewceoe-nfo1u9n9d9eadnwdi2th00d5ru. m- nLoanoeiostahnedr tSheanl, Bnolatdteohmimensteilofn. wmhuiscihcaallbsoroftehaetur.r”ed Hollins. Hol-
andmFr“eaPrsleBarryHianongllBiwnlsiatodhneh,bitmahse,si,Gts’rseaevmnermaytyt-he 201mT2 hOoetsttLaowofuatihJsaieazjnzaaFz-ezrswatiiovsaerlld,dad’srregurpmeaarmttsoerf/a qualSriEntEestDasRneEdtAMM iMOlloNentrDreha2lgauvitearebterioe(Mngp3)laying
porting structure.
S E E N A C O N D2

nominated Fellowship Band. bandleader and singer/song- together in Montreal since theto play the TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival that also includes John Cowherd and Brian Blade. F R A S E R H O L L I N S JEAN LEVAC/FILES
ent side lawyers have, that there You may hear hints of Radiohead, Jorane and Rush in the soft ■ Mouse on the Keys, 6 p.m.Big names are behind the Fraser Hollins Quartet. Besides
tunes of this acoustic Quebec guitar trio on Sunday at 8 p.m. heavyweight bassist (and Ottawa native) Fraser Hollins, the
practices andis some fun in law practices and Buy your tickets online at or in person at band includes Juno Award-winning saxophonist Joel miller, Joni
dealing withdealing with (clients).”
Hollins says that he and Cow- mid-1990s. Q U A R T E Tthe event’s box office on 294 Albert St., Suite 602. Montreal Guitar Trio, 8 p.m.mitchell pianist-backer Jon Cowherd and renowned drummer
A New Paradise is Stauffer’s third Brian Blade, who has recorded with Bob Dylan. Catch them on

(clients).play and the final instalment in his ■ Friday at 9 p.m.
Media coverage for the TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Fest came from theParadise series.

A longtime community theatre

Ottawa Citizen, Metro News Ottawa, Ottawa Life, Ottawa Sun,, he debuted his first show

DREAM TEAMLostinParadiseasthe2009pro-
writer is renowned for a singular “We’ve juPwseittthrhclyaunnncnuMrgialF’esosecuraottssusroroaidnmsguJcohe,l Miller, Jon

herd became close friends when combination of groove, dyna- listening to music,Cgoowofhienrgd and Brian Blade Tickets: Single concertsThe man behind jazz fest’s musical lineup will be on the stage
himself. Juno-nominated saxophonist Petr Cancura, the event’s
they were among several people mism and sensitivity. programming manager, will play an opening set with his
Crossroads band and award-winning folk singer Lynn miles. ($22-$32, plus fees), nightly
who shared an Upper West Side Blade has accompanied Bob
around, doing silly things,” Hol-Their show gets underway Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
lins says. “Joel’s likWe ahebnr:oFtrhideary, ,aFeb. 5, 9 p.m.passes ($40-$50, plus fees),
apartment during stretches of Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Daniel musical brother.” Where: NAC Fourth Stage full passes ($77.50 plus fees)courtesyJuanHitters
S E E D R E A M O N D2 Tickets: $32 Davidvirelles&romaátnoDtí
time between 1999 and 2005. Lanois and Seal, not to mention
“Playing with him, it’s very most of the jazz world’s greats Afro-Cuban jazz musician David Virelles has been called a
leading musician of his genre. His latest album, mbòkó, topped

year-end roundups in the New York Times, NPR and the Village

Voice. The duo take the stage on Saturday starting at 9 p.m.

duction of the annual Lawyer Play,

a fundraiser for the Great Cana- T D O T TAWA
dian Theatre Company and com- F E S T I VA LOTT10653142_1_1

munity causes that Stauffer had Ottawa-raised Fraser Hollins has assembled
co-founded several years earlier.

His second show, Still Looking for a superstar jazz quartet, Peter Hum writes. All concerts unless noted
Paradise which he produced him- are in the NAC Fourth Stage
self at OLT in 2013, raised an ex- 30
traordinary $50,000 for the Union You could look at it this way: easy,” Hollins says of Cow2h0erd1.6 MferodmiWaayMneaShrokrteerttionCghicRk eport │ThTurDsdayOttawa Jazz Festival
Mission. He hopes to match that ■ Petr Cancura with Lynn

this time out. Fraser Hollins is just getting “He’s a great listener. When Corea to Joshua Redman to Miles, 7:30 p.m.

While the plots have evolved, a together this Friday with his old you’re in a conversation with Kenny Garrett. OTT10653142_1_1

law firm is at the centre of all three roommate, his roommate’s friend him, he’s a great listener, and you “Brian is a really beautiful, giv- Friday

plays. and a longtime buddy to play feel that when you play with him. ing, generous soul,” Hollins says.

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