Jazz Weekly: Dec 10
Posted by Mira Riselli

This week in jazz…

Hello hello!

We made it! Congrats everyone!

Sunday, December 10th

Come out tonight (Sunday, Dec. 10th) for the Big Band Christmas Reading Party And Potluck!

Come dance, sing, play, eat and hang! Bring a horn, bring a mic, bring a friend!
We have charts from the libraries of Stan Kenton, Glenn Miller, Ella Fitzgerald, and more!
If you have any Christmas charts of your own to bring, feel free to bring them out!

We will be in Lower Jazz at 6pm! Anyone able to come help set up at 5, contact Nolan Murphy!

Monday, December 11th

Monday night at the Rex! 6:30! 11:00 JO Dir: Jim Lewis! / UTJO Dir: Gordon Foote!


“You know how there’s ireal pro? Do they have ifigured bass pro?” – Josh Sinclair
“You haven’t really been validated as a vocalist until you’ve done a duet with Kermit the Frog.” – Nolan Murphy
“I’m way more fun in Dutch.” – Chrissy Vrijenhoek
“It’s never too early to start [censored] yourself” – Zach Smith (B.Mus. Hons)
“Bee-law” – Thomas Houlden
“‘Hypnotically Caucasian’ is a great term. You could describe U of T Jazz as ‘Hypnotically Caucasian’.” – Keagan Eskritt
“Keagan, I lay awake at night and just think… ‘God, I’m heavy’” – Alex Manoukas
“You’re the best, buddy. Don’t ever stop being you.” – Blingo host James O’Hara
“You’re in jazz, just improvise!” – Michelle Teh

That’s all folks! We’ll see you in the new year!


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