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March 29, 2006

Jazz Musicians Perform Benefit Concert

Written by
cindy mcleod

Canadian jazz concert

Jazz musicians to play benefit concert for youth

Jazz drummer Barry Elmes leads his quintet of Kevin Turcotte (trumpet), Reg Schwager (guitar) and Steve Wallace (bass) in a fundraising concert this weekend to benefit the Peel Youth Village, a transitional center for homeless youth.

Elmes, one of Canada’s most recognized jazz artists, teaches music at York University, co-leads the acclaimed group Time Warp, and is the founder and operator of the Cornerstone Jazz label. Elmes was recently nominated again for Drummer of the Year at the National Jazz Awards.

The concert will be held on Sunday afternoon at the Erindale United Church in Mississsauga, Ontario.

Sunday, April 2, 2006
Barry Elmes Quintet
Erindale United Church / Mississauga, ON

For more information call 905-302-2810 or call Garry at 905-820-2827.

Canadian jazz concert

Jazz musicians to play benefit concert for youth

Jazz drummer Barry Elmes leads his quintet of Kevin Turcotte (trumpet), Reg Schwager (guitar) and Steve Wallace (bass) in a fundraising concert this weekend to benefit the Peel Youth Village, a transitional center for homeless youth.

Elmes, one of Canada’s most recognized jazz artists, teaches music at York University, co-leads the acclaimed group Time Warp, and is the founder and operator of the Cornerstone Jazz label. Elmes was recently nominated again for Drummer of the Year at the National Jazz Awards.

The concert will be held on Sunday afternoon at the Erindale United Church in Mississsauga, Ontario.

Sunday, April 2, 2006
Barry Elmes Quintet
Erindale United Church / Mississauga, ON

For more information call 905-302-2810 or call Garry at 905-820-2827.

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