The Speakeasy Quartet (SEQ) will celebrate with music for two special days: one early, one late. Late? Early? It doesn't matter when you have these great jazzmen on stage at Mackenzie Hall blowing hot jazz!
"Ace" Dixieland man Dave Tatrow again joins the SEQ in a program of New Orleans jazz and songs for lovers with Dave Bennett on clarinet, Mike Karloff on piano, Mike Karoub on cello, Brian Delaney on guitar, and Hugh Lean on banjo. This is always a great annual concert. We'll warm up February for you!
This Speakeasy Quartet performance is sponsored by The Friends of the Court, who will also have light refreshments available for purchase.
Tickets: $20 Advance, $25 at the Door
Special $5 Student Tickets will be available only at the door, capacity permitting
To purchase tickets, please phone 519-255-7600.
Canadian World Education Foundation - Tanzania Chapter presents:
4th Annual Tunes for Tanzania
Saturday, February 25 at 7:30pm
Local musicians of all ages will lend their talents to help raise money to send orphaned and vulnerable children in Tanzania to school. Proceeds from Tunes 2017 will be used to send Eva, a young Maasai woman to high school. Eva was the benefactor of the first Tunes for TZ event held in 2014. She was spared becoming a 16 year old bride by the support of the Windsor community. Eva is now graduating and hopefully moving on to high school. Help us raise funds to empower this motivated and talented woman to reach her goals.
Tunes for Tanzania will be an exceptional evening of music that will raise spirits and money for educational projects in Tanzania. The program will feature performances by musicians from the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, University of Windsor School of Creative Arts and the local community.
A wonderful (and tasty) component of the event is a Taste of Tanzania reception following the concert.
To purchase tickets, please visit the 4th Annual Tunes for Tanzania eventbrite website.
Windsor Folk Society presents:
Friday, March 3 at 8:00pm
Join us each month for an entertaining Friday evening of traditional and contemporary music, fun and refreshments. We provide a stage, a supportive audience and outstanding sound for brave souls ranging from first time performers to semi-professional artists. These performers each evening provide some of the best entertainment anywhere.
Admission is free but donations are invited.
To perform at the next open mic, please call Jan Ciborowski (519-978-3274) and leave a message including a phone number and email address where you can be reached.