LIVE JAZZ BRUNCH AT THE FLYING BEAVER PUBARET
SUNDAY, APRIL 22nd - 1:00pm
JAZZ BRUNCH - "Interactive Eavesdropping"
THE ROSEMARY GALLOWAY TRIO
"Interactive Eavesdropping" host bassist Rosemary Galloway, with special guests John Macleod, trumpet and flugelhorn, and Reg Schwager, guitar.
- John believes that group interaction and spontaneity are the most essential elements in creating jazz. The trio will aspire to enjoy a three way conversation. We invite you to eavesdrop.
About the Trio:
Rosemary Galloway is a jazz bassist, composer and band leader based in Toronto. Her credits include engagements with internationally recognized musicians such as Clark Terry, Vic Dickenson, Wild Bill Davison, Buddy Tate, Jay McShann, Jake Hanna, Warren Vache, Spanky Davis, Doc Cheatham, and many others. Canadian artists include Jim Galloway, Terry Clarke, Ingrid Jensen, Lorraine Desmarais, Jane Bunnett, Pat LaBarbera, Norman Amadio, Kathryn Moses, and Tabby Johnson. She has composed for and recorded with her own groups The Swing Sisters, Velvet Glove, The Jane Fair/ Rosemary Galloway Quintet, and Jim Galloway's Wee Big Band. Recent projects include musical director and arranger for The Priscilla Wright Big Band, composing and arranging works for symphony orchestra and jazz soloists, and her most recent CD as leader "Live at the Montreal Bistro", featuring original compositions, with The Rosemary Galloway Quartet. The Jane Fair/ Rosemary Galloway Quintet has also recently released a second CD of original material entitled 'Playin' Jane'.
For more info www.rosemarygalloway.com
Reg Schwager is a four-time winner of Canada's National Jazz Award for Guitarist of the Year. From 1994-2004, Schwager toured and recorded with master jazz pianist George Shearing, and has also worked with Diana Krall, Peter Appleyard, Rob McConnell, Emilie-Claire Barlow and many others. He appears on over 100 commercially released recordings including, under his own name, "Resonance," "Border Town", "Chromology" and "Duets". He appears as a co-leader with Don Thompson on the duo CDs "Live at Mezzetta" and "One Take, Volume Three."
John MacLeod first came to prominence on the Canadian jazz scene as a soloist with the Humber College big bands of the late 1970's. By the early 80's he was a member of the Spitfire band and Rob McConnell & the Boss Brass. He has also been a member of countless small jazz groups of various styles, from the traditional Bob DeAngelis Dixielanders to modern units led by Brian Dickinson, Mike Murley and David Braid. He currently leads his own big band, John MacLeod & the Rex Hotel Orchestra, and in 2011 received a Juno Award for the debut recording OUR FIRST SET.
$20 (includes brunch).
Reservations greatly appreciated
The Flying Beaver Pubaret (View)
488 Parliament Street
Toronto, ON M4X 1P2
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