Tuesday, June 26 | Heliconian Hall
Les Malcommodes et Sonia Johnson
Creating music that seduces with its dynamic freshness, originality and contagious humour, Les Malcommodes are Pierre Tanguay on drums, Daniel Lessard on bass and Félix Stüssi on piano.They’ll be joined by JUNO winner Sonia Johnson, one of Canada’s best jazz vocalists.
For more information, click here : http://torontojazz.com/concert/les-malcommodes-sonia-johnson
Wednesday, June 27 | Heliconian Hall
François Bourassa Quartet
Internationally acclaimed pianist François Bourassa has become a staple of the contemporary Canadian jazz scene for over 30 years. Leading his longstanding quartet, he will be performing music from his latest album Number 9. Bourassa is considered to be one Canada’s most innovative and creative musicians-improvisers in contemporary jazz.
For more information, click here : http://torontojazz.com/concert/francois-bourassa-quartet-1
Wednesday, June 27 | OLG Stage on Hazelton Ave
Amélie et les Singes Bleus
Hard to define but easy to recognize, their music will inevitably have you dancing, blending a cocktail of flavours including French cabaret jazz, ska, samba, country, hip-hop and more. Toronto’s French darlings, they have created a modern and unique sound that is built with the musical cobblestones of the past.
For more information, click here : http://torontojazz.com/concert/am%C3%A9lie-les-singes-bleus-0
Friday, June 29 |Church of the Redeemer
After getting noticed by renowned musician John Zorn, Guillaume Perret has burst onto the jazz scene with his blend of funky grooves, abstract harmonies and impressions of retro-futurist. Africa where all influences collide, opening up uncharted terrain. He performs solo.
For more information, click here : http://torontojazz.com/concert/guillaume-perret