Jazz Weekly: Sep 11
Posted by Mira Riselli

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This week in jazz…

Hello hello!

Welcome to the 1st Jazz Weekly of the year! Since this is my first one and I barely know what I am doing, please feel free to come to me with your questions, comments, complaints, etc. (both good and bad), as they would probably be very helpful. Also please feel free to submit your gigs/quotes/other crap to this email and I will more-than-likely put it in the next edition. As the year begins I’d just like to remind you to pay close attention to your physical and mental health. The school has a lot of great resources pertaining to this, and you can also come to me at any time if there’s anything you need (as well as faculty who are super helpful with this stuff and I’m sure most of your fellow students are as well). Now on with the motley!

Events this week:

Sunday, September 10th

Mysterious Barricades – Walter Hall – Free – 12:00pm-1:30pm

In honour of National Suicide Prevention Day (which is today), musicians from UofT as well as Toronto’s larger community have come together to organize a concert for “Suicide Awareness, Prevention and Hope.” Follow this link for more information https://music.utoronto.ca/concerts-events.php?eid=1549

Monday, September 11th

Monday Night At The Rex!! – 6:30 – PWYC

MAH2:

Keagan Eskritt – Drums
Kaelin Murphy – Trumpet and FX
Caleb Klager – Electric Bass

Irene Harrett Quintet:

Irene Harrett- Bass
Russell Matthews- Alto Saxophone
Kaelin Murphy- Trumpet
Josh Sinclair- Piano
Harrison Vetro- Drums

Kaelin Murphy Quartet:

Kaelin Murphy- Trumpet
Caleb Klager- Bass
Ben Isenstein- Piano
David Carr- Drums

Come through!! The hang is important!!

Tuesday, September 12th

DMA Performance – Walter Hall – Free – 4:30 pm

Juan Gabriel Olivares, Clarinet

Don’t know who this is; could be worth checking out.

Wednesday, September 13th

DMA Performance – Victoria Chapel – Free – 8:00pm

Kristopher Magnuson, Composition

Again, don’t know who this is; could be worth checking out.

Thursday, September 14th

Gryphon Trio with James Campbell – Walter Hall – Free – 12:00pm

The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin, Roman Borys, cello and James Parker, piano) with guest clarinetist James Campbell perform Haydn, Bernstein and Schickele.

Friday, September 15th

Masterclass – Upper Jazz – Free – 3:15-4:30

Stephen Bauer (http://www.stefanbauer.net)

This is mandatory but I figured I’d put it in anyways.
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DMA Performance – Walter Hall – Free – 7:30 pm

Jonathan Edward Smith, Percussion

You know what I’m going to say here at this point.

Saturday, September 16th

The Steve Holt Jazz Quintet – Gallery 345 – 20$ (10$ for students – cash only) – 8:00pm

Steve Holt – Piano
Kevin Turcotte – Trumpet
Kirk MacDonald – Saxophone
Kieran Overs – Bass
Terry Clarke – Drums

For an incredibly lengthy event description, follow this link https://www.facebook.com/events/1508255752546805/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%222%22%2C%22ref_dashboard_filter%22%3A%22explore%22%2C%22unit_ref%22%3A%22suggested_events%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D
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DMA Performance – Walter Hall – Free – 7:30

Rudin Lengo, Piano

A couple other things:

The Kensington Market Jazz Festival is happening this week from the 15th to the 17th. Awesome lineup, go check it out http://www.kensingtonjazz.com

Also our very own Jackson Welchner is singing in a project called On the Brink, composed by Juliet Palmer. It runs on the 15th and 16th from 8-9pm. Go forth and support each other! https://www.facebook.com/events/1967737693494655/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%222%22%2C%22ref_dashboard_filter%22%3A%22explore%22%2C%22unit_ref%22%3A%22suggested_events%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D

Quotes:

“90 Wellesley: a cocoon of learning.” – Mike Murley
“Can this go in the weekly? Miles said it. ‘I need more thibfrblted.’ Haha! As if!?!?!” – Harry Bartlett
“If you want a family dinner be home before 8.” – Evan Gratham
“As you may have noticed, there are not a lot of young women in this program. Please respect the young women in this program.” – Irene Harrett
“Miles, why is there a bur in the sink?” – Evan Gratham
“A bur is not a household object.” – Harry Bartlett
“If it sounds good, it is good.” – Duke Ellington

Photo Of The Week (Submitted by Nicholas Adema):

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That’s all folks! Take care of yourselves and I’ll see you soon,

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