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The Courthouse Announces Impressive Lineup
Toronto’s newest jazz club, the Courthouse, has released a list of world-class jazz performers who will grace its stage this month.
Started by Nick Di Donato, President and CEO of the Liberty Entertainment Group, and Patrick Taylor, director of the Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival, the new venue resides in the old courthouse building on Adelaide Street East in Toronto.
Live@Courthouse continues in the tradition of the Top o’ the Senator and Montreal Bistro, both highly successful Toronto jazz venues that have now closed their doors. The Courthouse fits somewhere between a concert hall and a private club, and boasts a7 1/2 ft. Yamaha Concert Grand on its raised bandstand.
The Courthouse offers live music five nights a week, Tuesdays through Saturdays, and features regional and international jazz greats.
Listed below are the artists scheduled for April:
April 2 – Glenn Buhr CD release party (8pm, $15)
April 3 – Bob Brough Quartet (8pm, $10)
April 4 – Ted’s Warren Commission (8pm, $10)
April 5 – Norman Marshall Villeneuve Jazz Message (9pm, $10)
April 6 – CLOSED
April 7 – Kollage (9pm, $10)
April 10 – National Jazz Awards After Party ($15)
April 11 – Sophie Berkal-Sarbit CD release party (7pm) / Bill King’s Rhythm Express Band with Jake Langley (8:30pm, $10)
April 12 – Sean Bray Quartet (9pm, $10)
April 13 – TBA
April 14 – TBA
April 17 – John Alcorn Quintet (8pm, $10)
April 18 – CLOSED (for a private party)
April 19 – Mike Murley Quintet (9pm, $10)
April 20 – Mike Murley Quintet (9pm, $15)
April 21 – Mike Murley Quintet (9pm, $15)
April 24 – Hilario Duran Big Band (8pm, $15)
April 25 – Dennis Keldie Quintet (8pm, $10)
April 26 – Richard Whiteman Trio (9pm, $10)
April 27 – Dave Young Quintet (9pm, $15)
April 28 – Dave Young Quintet (9pm, $15)
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