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    Dec 07

    Become a climate action leader

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    December 7th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 7th, 2022 1:00 PM Our graduate programs in Climate Action Leadership are an invitation to join the international movement working to change the climate story from a tale of disaster to one of transformation — and from activism to organizational and societal leadership. Now more than ever, we are being called to reimagine a future that is better prepared

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    Dec 12

    Designing Learning: Looking Towards 2023

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    Learning has taken so many forms over this year – from hybrid, online, blended, hyflex, and in-person – as organizations and institutions being to consider what a “new normal” is for how they design, facilitate, and deliver learning.  On December 12th, join Dr. Elizabeth Childs to hear from Mary Burgess, Amber Donahue, Monique Brewer, and Sharon Ambata-Villanueva, who are leaders in corporate

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    Dec 14

    Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

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    December 14th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 14th, 2022 1:00 PM   Individuals who are able to see the big picture, make new connections, and work between disciplines and professions are needed as we navigate complex social and environmental issues.   The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (BAIS) program allows you to combine courses in professional communication, environ

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  • Nov 08
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    Explore Leadership Studies at RRU | Royal Roads University

    November 8th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 8th, 2022 1:00 PM   At the School of Leadership Studies, we believe that good leadership can transform people and organizations. Our vision is to connect scholarship with practice to change the world, one leader at a time. Our graduate-level programs have been honed over 15 years to continually deliver relevant leadership education that is as much

  • Nov 24
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    The Biodiversity Imperative? Webinar Series

    November 24th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 24th, 2022 1:00 PM   The latest IPCC report and the 2018 IPBES report offer dire warning for human vitality, never mind the sixth mass extinction we are now entering. Exploring and better understanding the intersectionality of biodiversity, climate change and human health for improving local and regional planning and sustainable development is one

  • Nov 29
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    Expect the Unexpected: Supporting Students During a Global Pandemic

    November 29th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 29th, 2022 1:00 PM   Join Dr. Robin Mueller and a panel of student service leaders from across Canada to learn about leading responsively during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically in student service-focused areas of higher education. The panel will explore ways to support students with flexible and adaptable service practices, and some of the lea

  • Dec 01
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    Explore the GC in Child Protection and Wellbeing at RRU

    Are you an advocate for child protection, child and family welfare and children’s rights?  The Graduate Certificate in Transforming Child Protection to Wellbeing helps learners build an understanding of what is needed to transform communities and practices from their current state to more holistic and effective environments to approach child and youth wellbeing. This program was developed wi

  • Dec 07
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    Become a climate action leader

    December 7th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 7th, 2022 1:00 PM Our graduate programs in Climate Action Leadership are an invitation to join the international movement working to change the climate story from a tale of disaster to one of transformation — and from activism to organizational and societal leadership. Now more than ever, we are being called to reimagine a future that is better prepared

  • Dec 12
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    Designing Learning: Looking Towards 2023

    Learning has taken so many forms over this year – from hybrid, online, blended, hyflex, and in-person – as organizations and institutions being to consider what a “new normal” is for how they design, facilitate, and deliver learning.  On December 12th, join Dr. Elizabeth Childs to hear from Mary Burgess, Amber Donahue, Monique Brewer, and Sharon Ambata-Villanueva, who are leaders in corporate

  • Dec 14
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    Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

    December 14th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 14th, 2022 1:00 PM   Individuals who are able to see the big picture, make new connections, and work between disciplines and professions are needed as we navigate complex social and environmental issues.   The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (BAIS) program allows you to combine courses in professional communication, environ

  • Dec 15
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    Designing Organizations for Wellbeing

    In today’s post-COVID world, we have learned first-hand about the importance of designing organizations for wellbeing. From understanding the role of executive leadership and values alignment, to adopting full systems approaches that engage and support wellness and psychological safety, many emerging approaches and techniques can support leaders in their efforts to create sustainable, thriving wor

  • Feb 21
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    Post-Pandemic Higher Education Enrolment Trends

    The first of its kind in Canada, RRU's Graduate Certificate in Strategic Enrolment Management responds to the demand for enrolment expertise in post-secondary institutions in North America.  As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane and enrolments fluctuate across the higher education sector, this expertise is becoming increasingly important for ensuring enrolment stability.  Join us to discuss post

  • Mar 21
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    Pathways to post-pandemic enrolment growth in Higher Education

    The first of its kind in Canada, RRU's Graduate Certificate in Strategic Enrolment Management responds to the demand for enrolment expertise in post-secondary institutions in North America.  As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane and enrolments fluctuate across the higher education sector, this expertise is becoming increasingly important for ensuring enrolment stability.  Join us to explor

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  • Apr 02
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    Truth and Lies

    Virtual Opening Reception – 9t April at 1 pm PST  Free to register at:  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/virginia-eichhorn-truth-and-lies-virtual-opening-tickets-288708223067 This exhibition makes us understand the power of the mind and its projection on our societal roles in a simple statement “strong body, strong mind’.  The conceptual works stand beyond our preconceptions about str


    • 1035 Alston St, Victoria, British Columbia, V9A 3S6
  • May 07
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    James Bay Community Market

    Meet us at the James Bay Community Market Saturdays – May 7th through Sept. 24th     The James Bay Market is a vibrant community farmers market located at the corner of Menzies and Superior Street in the heart of James Bay. You will still find yourself surrounded by a bounty of fresh local produce and farm goods, beautiful and unique artisan crafts and fresh ready-to-eat foods.


    • the corner of Menzies and Superior, British Columbia, V8V 1T7
  • Jun 02
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    Gathering the Threads Conference and Exhibition

    Come and Celebrate with us at the Gathering the Threads Exhibition from June 2nd -30th 2022 Conference: June 15–18, 2022, Cowichan Community Centre, Duncan, BC Registration is now open to the public for 10+ workshops and lectures by acclaimed textile experts on a variety of surface design, colour and embellishment techniques. Workshops on Notan, fibre manipulations, monoprinting, screen pr


    • 2687 James Street, Duncan, British Columbia, V9L 2X5
  • Jun 17
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    The Avenue Gallery – Feature Artist – Denna Erickson

    Denna specializes in using oil on wood and plaster. Her paintings are alive with personal symbols and organic shapes layered in glazes of luminous colour. Shapes and forms are transcended through transparent layers of paint.   The Avenue Gallery 2184 Oak Bay Avenue Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm, Sunday 12 - 4pm

  • Jun 17
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    Indigenous Cultural Offerings at Belfry Theatre

    PREVIEW: http://www.artopenings.ca/bury-the-hatchet.html   Bury the Hatchet is the fourth in a series of performative cultural offerings from members of the Indigenous community in Victoria. Story weaver Lindsay Delaronde was the City of Victoria’s first Indigenous Artist in Residence from 2017-2019. Belfry Theatre patrons will receive a special welcome featuring Coming Ashore Protocols.


    • 1291 Gladstone Ave, Victoria,, British Columbia, V8T 1G5
  • Jun 18
    Happening Now

    Robert Bateman: Heart & Home Exhibit

    The Robert Bateman: Heart & Home exhibit illuminates the inspirations, connections and soul of an artist steeped in nature. The collection is comprised of extraordinary artwork and pieces, some never-before-seen and meant for an audience of one. It captures the intimate occasions of birthdays, holidays, and the love that Robert Bateman shares with his close family and friends. Just like captur


    • 470 Belleville St, Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 1W9
  • Jun 18
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    6 x 6 x 6: Six artists mark 10-year collab with 100+ works in a long, lively visual conversation

    More than one hundred 6-inch x 6-inch works by the co-LAB-orate artists’ group —Lorraine Douglas, Katherine Farris, Jan Henry, Georgina Montgomery, Louise Oborne, and Tanta DeStaffany Pennington—engage in a long and lively conversation along the walls of errant artSpace. The exhibition marks the group's 10-year association and collaboration. Runs: Sat & Sun, June 18 & 19, and Sat & Sun


    • Errant artSpace, 975 Alston Street, Victoria, British Columbia, V9A 3S5
  • Jun 24
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    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Laura Anglade

    LAURA ANGLADE ROYAL THEATRE: FRIDAY, JUNE 24 ~ 7:30PM HOTEL GRAND PACIFIC: FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 24 & 25 ~ 9PM https://jazzvictoria.ca/laura-anglade/ Toronto-based French/American jazz singer Laura Anglade is making a name for herself on the Canadian jazz scene and beyond. Anglade’s singing is reminiscent of many of the great vocal stylists of the 20th century: Carmen


    • Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 24

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Hilario Duran Contumbao

    HILARIO DURAN CONTUMBAO FRIDAY, JUNE 24 ~ 7PM HERMANN’S JAZZ CLUB $35 https://jazzvictoria.ca/hilario-duran-contumbao/ “Durán has been wowing the world with his creative approach to Afro-Cuban and Latin jazz, one breathtaking concert after another.” – WholeNote Winner of multiple Juno awards and internationally recognised as a jazz pianist, composer, arranger, bandlea


    • 753 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 24

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Gregory Porter plus Laura Anglade

    TD Victoria International JazzFest Presents: Gregory Porter plus Laura Anglade $95.50/$82.50/$62.50 https://jazzvictoria.ca/gregory-porter/ “He possesses a soulful, R&B-meets-jazz voice, yet there is an everyman aura about him.” – Times Gregory Porter has achieved international recognition with his two Grammy Award winning records for “Best Jazz Vocal Album”, Liquid Spirit in 2014 an


    • 805 Broughton St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 25

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Laila Biali

    LAILA BIALI FRIDAY, JUNE 24 ~ 9:30PM HERMANN’S UPSTAIRS $39 “There’s no boxing Laila Biali in … Capable of making you laugh and cry all at once, her delivery Out of Dust is divine.” – All About Jazz Multi award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter, and pianist Laila Biali has headlined festivals and venues spanning five continents from New York City’s Carnegie Hall to Beijin


    • 751 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 25

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Marta Elena Salsa Sextet

    MARTA ELENA SALSA SEXTET FRIDAY, JUNE 24 ~ 9:30PM VICTORIA EVENT CENTRE $32 https://jazzvictoria.ca/marta-elena-salsa-sextet/ “Marta Elena’s personality, powerful voice, and stage presence make her the total package of entertainer, composer and gifted artist.” – Es Mi Musica Productions   Singer, composer, percussionist, and band leader Marta Elena belongs to a y


    • 1415 Broad St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 25
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    TD JazzFest in Beacon Hill Park

    CAMERON BANDSHELL, BEACON HILL PARK: SATURDAY & SUNDAY, JUNE 25 & 26 https://jazzvictoria.ca/jazzfest-home/jazzfest-line-up/ FREE TO ATTEND Come down to Victoria’s beautiful Beacon Hill Park and listen to local artists perform at the Cameron Bandshell in free-to-attend performances, starting from noon until 5:30pm on Saturday and Sunday as a part of TD Victoria International


    • Chestnut Row, Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 25

    JazzFest Workshops: Julian Lage

    Julian Lage TOM LEE MUSIC IN LANGFORD: SATURDAY, JUNE 25 ~ 3PM https://jazzvictoria.ca/julian-lage-workshop/ FREE TO ATTEND Multiple Grammy award nominee and modern guitar master Julian Lage will explore musical interpretations for standards and originals. Lage will offer melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic tools to help musicians of all skill levels improvise, and following this w


    • 2401D Millstream Rd #105, Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 25

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Audrey Ochoa Quartet

    AUDREY OCHOA QUARTET SATURDAY, JUNE 25 ~ 7PM HERMANN’S JAZZ CLUB $35 https://jazzvictoria.ca/audrey/ “Ochoa seems to approach her artistry the way Dizzy Gillespie did—taking the music seriously, but without seeing any reason for avoiding a good time.” – All About Jazz   Audrey Ochoa is one of Edmonton’s most prolific trombone players. Her debut album, Trombone an


    • 753 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 25
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    OPENING- Still Standing: Ancient Forest Futures

    Still Standing: Ancient Forest Futures brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists to reflect on our relationship with old-growth forests in B.C. from a range of cultural and philosophical perspectives. The exhibition explores the relationships between art, ecology and activism in order to envision futures which honour reciprocal relationships with nature. Artists: Carey Newman


    • 630 yates, Victoria, BC
  • Jun 25

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Buddy Guy plus Special Guest

    TD Victoria International JazzFest Presents: Buddy Guy plus Special Guest $115.50/$99.50/$78.50 https://jazzvictoria.ca/buddy-guy/ “Buddy Guy is keeping the blues alive.” – The New Yorker The title of eight-time Grammy winner Buddy Guy‘s 2018 album says it all: The Blues Is Alive and Well. The legendary blues artist’s eighteenth solo LP and follow-up to 2015’s Born to Play Guitar re


    • 805 Broughton St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 26

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Julian Lage Trio

    JULIAN LAGE TRIO F. SCOTT COLLEY & DAVE KING SATURDAY, JUNE 25 ~ 9:30PM HERMANN’S UPSTAIRS $39 https://jazzvictoria.ca/julian-lage-trio/ “Lage’s incisive musicality and clean fretwork go a long way to bridging aesthetic divides.” – Downbeat   Hailed as one of the most prodigious guitarists of his generation and “highest category of improvising musicians” (New


    • 751 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 26

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Malika Tirolien

    MALIKA TIROLIEN SATURDAY, JUNE 25 ~ 9:30PM VICTORIA EVENT CENTRE $32 https://jazzvictoria.ca/malika-tirolien/ “Whether it’s on this big stage or an intimate club, Tirolien’s powerful commanding voice has incredible range, a warm tone, and remarkable control…” – Noisey Vice Now living in Montreal, Malika Tirolien is a remarkable vocalist, musician, songwriter and produ


    • 1415 Broad St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 26

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Twin Bill: Ghost-Note & Louis Cole Big Band

    TD Victoria International JazzFest Presents: Twin Bill: Ghost-Note & Louis Cole Big Band $39 (plus service charges) SAVE BIG! Buy all 3 nights in the “Funk & Soul in the Township (Esquimalt)” series at checkout for $99! (plus service charges) https://www.rmts.bc.ca/production-detail-pages/2022/ghost-note-and-louis-cole/ Multi-Grammy award-winning artists Robert “Sput” Sear


    • 527 Fraser St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 27
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    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Elizabeth Shepherd & Michael Occhipinti (ES:MO)

    ELIZABETH SHEPHERD & MICHAEL OCCHIPINTI (ES:MO) HOTEL GRAND PACIFIC: MONDAY – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 – 29 ~ 9PM ROYAL THEATRE: TUESDAY, JUNE 28 ~ 7:30PM https://jazzvictoria.ca/esmo/ COVER CHARGE Please contact Hotel Grand Pacific for more details. (250) 386-0450 After years of touring together, decorated Canadian artists Elizabeth Shepherd and Michael Occhipinti

  • Jun 27

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Immanuel Wilkins Quartet

    IMMANUEL WILKINS QUARTET SUNDAY, JUNE 26 ~ 9:30PM HERMANN’S UPSTAIRS $32 https://jazzvictoria.ca/immanuel-wilkins-quartet/ “Anyone trying to tune into the present moment in jazz could do a lot worse than starting with Immanuel Wilkins, an alto saxophonist whose playing is at once dazzlingly solid and perfectly lithe” – New York Times Brooklyn-based saxophonist, rising


    • 751 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 27

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Jocelyn Gould Quartet

    JOCELYN GOULD QUARTET MONDAY, JUNE 27 ~ 7PM HERMANN’S JAZZ CLUB $35 https://jazzvictoria.ca/jocelyn-gould-qua/ “[Gould] has soaked up the influences of Wes Montgomery, Grant Green, Kenny Burrell and Joe Pass, and she wears that collective mainstream, swinging attitude on her sleeve, not only stylistically, but also in her sense of the joy of creation”— All About Jazz


    • 753 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 27

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: GoGo Penguin

    TD Victoria International JazzFest Presents: GoGo Penguin $55.50/$45.50 https://jazzvictoria.ca/gogo-penguin/ “GoGo Penguin have spent almost a decade refining and redefining a take on jazz, electronica and modern classical that’s always sounded more sophisticated than stuck-up.” – Loud and Quiet Magazine GoGo Penguin are a collective who channel electronic and club culture atmosphe


    • 3 Centennial Square, Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 28

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Amanda Tosoff Quintet w. Emilie-Claire Barlow

    AMANDA TOSOFF QUINTET W. EMILIE-CLAIRE BARLOW MONDAY, JUNE 27 ~ 9:30PM HERMANN’S UPSTAIRS $32 https://jazzvictoria.ca/amanda-tosoff-quintet-w-emilie-claire-barlow/ “A well-developed knack for animating her material with fine counterpoint and colourful sonic combinations.”– Ottawa Citizen Toronto-based pianist and composer Amanda Tosoff has received the Montréal Jazz F


    • 751 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 28

    JazzFest Workshops: Brubeck Brothers Quartet

    TOM LEE MUSIC IN LANGFORD: TUESDAY, JUNE 28 ~ 3PM https://jazzvictoria.ca/brubeck-brothers-workshop/ FREE TO ATTEND In this session, Dan and Chris Brubeck will focus on rhythm section techniques, emphasizing playing in odd time signatures, and composing. Alongside guitarist and music theorist Mike DeMicco, who teaches at Bard College, and pianist Chuck Lamb, an Adjunct Professor at


    • 2401D Millstream Rd #105, Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 28

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Sunna Gunnlaugs Trio

    SUNNA GUNNLAUGS TRIO Tuesday, June 28 ~ 7PM HERMANN’S JAZZ CLUB $35 “Her music possesses such timeless virtues as lyricism and grace . . . and elegantly bridges soul-searching passages with uncluttered swing.” – Washington Post Sunna Gunnlaugs’ work has received significant critical acclaim since her 2000 release, Mindful, was selected among the top 10 albums of the year b


    • 753 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 28

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Ranky Tanky w. Lisa Fischer

    TD Victoria International JazzFest Presents: Ranky Tanky w. Lisa Fischer $76.50/$63.50/$43.50 https://jazzvictoria.ca/ranky-tanky-w-lisa-fischer/ Ranky Tanky are “lively, soulful honey to the ears.” – NPR Lisa Fischer “in concert is addictive. Every performance is so enriching, so exciting, so transcendent.” – Minneapolis Star Tribune Grammy Award-winning quintet Ranky Tanky pe


    • 805 Broughton St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 29

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Joel Ross Good Vibes

    JOEL ROSS GOOD VIBES TUESDAY, JUNE 28 ~ 9:30PM HERMANN’S UPSTAIRS $32 https://jazzvictoria.ca/joel-ross-good-vibes/ “Particularly on his own compositions, Mr. Ross and the band treat rhythm as both fundamental and unfixed, while dousing the music in harmonies derived from modern gospel.” — The New York Times Brooklyn-based composer and rising star Joel Ross is the mos


    • 751 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 29

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Ernesto Cervini's Tetrahedron

    WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 ~ 7PM HERMANN’S JAZZ CLUB $35 https://jazzvictoria.ca/ernesto-cervinis-tetrahedron/ “Bold Canadian drummer Ernesto Cervini exemplifies ‘float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.’” – Downbeat Magazine Ernesto Cervini is one of the most exciting and electric drummers in North America. He has been leading the wave of Canadian modern jazz for the last 10 yea


    • 753 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 30

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Dan Wilson Quartet

    DAN WILSON QUARTET WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 ~ 9:30PM HERMANN’S UPSTAIRS $32 ”Wilson hails from the Wes Montgomery/Grant Green/George Benson tradition of mainstream guitar with R&B and gospel inflections.” — Jazziz Grant Green meets Wes Montgomery meets George Benson. Not quite, but that gives some idea of what you’ll hear from composer/guitarist Dan Wilson. Highly endorsed b


    • 751 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 30

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Andy Milne & Unison

    ANDY MILNE & UNISON THURSDAY, JUNE 30 ~ 7PM HERMANN’S JAZZ CLUB $35 https://jazzvictoria.ca/andy-milne-unison/ “The emotionally complex album that came out of that session owes much to the single-minded focus of the three players as they moved fluently through Milne’s dynamic compositions.” – Downbeat Magazine For 30 years, award-winning pianist/composer Andy Miln


    • 753 View St., Victoria, British Columbia
  • Jun 30

    TD JazzFest '22 Presents: Cécile McLorin Salvant plus Taurey Butler

    $76.50/$63.50/$43.50 https://jazzvictoria.ca/cecile-mclorin-salvant/ “Cécile McLorin Salvant sings, composes, creates visual art and can generally be relied upon to do the unexpected. — BBC Music Magazine Composer/singer Cécile McLorin Salvant has developed a passion for connecting vaudeville, blues, folk traditions from around the world, theater, jazz, and baroque music. Winner of


    • 805 Broughton St., Victoria, British Columbia

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