VINCENT WOLFE: "Just the Two of Us" - LIVE AT THE FLYING BEAVER PUBARET!
SATURDAY, MARCH 22 - 7pm
VINCENT WOLFE: "Just the Two of Us"
Vincent Wolfe with Mark Kieswetter: "Just the Two of Us"
Musically creative sparks are guaranteed to ignite whenever jazz vocalist extraordinaire Vincent Wolfe and the ever-inventive, highly respected pianist Mark Kieswetter get together for a night of song. This will be no exception as they perform their magical blend of jazz, cabaret and pop tunes in an intimate, relaxed setting. Electic, engaging and elegant. They also have a whole lot of fun onstage.
"One of the finest singers on the jazz scene today. Wolfe forges new ground and steers clear of the rigid guidelines that ensnare most jazz musicians...he is his own man!" Xtra
"Forget Michael Bublé and check out this local singer. I can't quite pin down a comparison for his golden-throated voice it's sort of like a silky-smooth jazz angel." - Phil Villeneuve - Tunes/FAB Magazine
"Pianist Mark Kieswetter's arrangements are intuitively right" - Peter Goddard, The Toronto Star
SATURDAY, MARCH 22 - 7pm
WOLFE: "Just the Two of Us"
Tix $15advance/$20 door
Available at The Pubaret or online.
Dinner available, before, during, and after the show.
Dinner patrons get priority seating
For dinner rezzos e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 647.347.6567
Canadian crooner Vincent Wolfe has spent the last decade carving out a reputation as one of the most original and promising interpreters of song on the recent jazz/cabaret scene. His captivating warmth and vocal expressiveness have been described by Manhattan Transfer founding member Laurel Massé as "somewhere between Chet Baker and Mel Tormé a wonderful place to be!" With three critically acclaimed albums (Trust the Vibe, Until Tomorrow, Weaver of Dreams) and hundreds of club, concert and festival dates under his belt, Vincent has built a reputation as a charismatic performer with a fast-growing fan base.
Stateside, he's performed at prestigious jazz venues like Blues Alley, Sculler's, The Trafalmadore Café and Chene Park Amphitheatre as an opening act for the legendary jazz-soul diva Jean Carne. In 2008, he made his cabaret debut in New York City at Helen's Hideaway Room, and was nominated for a prestigious MAC Award. He has performed in Quebec City, Europe, South America and spent two years working on the famed Cunard ships, traveling the globe with his seven-piece band. Currently he's singing with two of the top big band orchestras in Canada, as well as continuing to tour with his sold-out jazz and cabaret shows.
The Flying Beaver Pubaret (View)
488 Parliament Street
Toronto, ON M4X 1P3
|Minimum Age: 19
|Kid Friendly: No
|Dog Friendly: No