Pianist, band-leader and composer Pablo Cardenas has made a name for himself since his immigration to Canada as one of the preeminent musical voices of his generation. A virtuoso pianist in classical, modern jazz and Latin styles, Pablo brings boundless creative energy and passion to his work.
Drawing on a decade old musical relationship with renowned bassist Peter Dowse, sensational drummer Kelby MacNayr and the dynamic conga player Hector Ramos, the Pablo Cardenas Latin Jazz Quartet is an impressive presentation of contemporary Latin music.
Bassist Peter Dowse has toured the world performing in every style imaginable, With artists as diverse as Leonard Cohen and some of the finest Motown acts of the 70s, along with numerous jazz, blues and world music artists.
Havana-born conga player Hector Ramos is a Cuban conga player of the first order. He is creative, dynamic and deeply groovy! Ramos is currently based in Victoria and performing with groups led by Miguelito Valdez, Adonis Puentes and more!
The sensational jazz drummer Kelby MacNayr is regarded as one of the finest Canadian drummers of his generation. His is active in numerous styles, with world renowned artists. MacNayr is most happy where the groove and the soul converge.
Tuesday Night Jazz at the Church admission by donation (suggested $20)
Masks are optional at the well-ventilated, spacious, and acoustically excellent sanctuary of James Bay United Church.
relax in the cosy and acoustically excellent sanctuary
of James Bay United Church
for some very special presentations
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Tuesday Night Jazz at the Church is an Arts Ministry of James Bay United Church
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