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Eldar Djangirov

Jaclyn Guillou Quintet Kirby, Greene, Colligan & Davis Jazz Quartet Ryan Oliver Quintet Eldar Djangirov - Solo

Piano Kent Sangster’s Obsessions Nonet Jim Head/Josh McHan Group Tunnel Six

P.J. Perry/Kevin Dean Quintet Mah/Goodman Quartet Double Bill: Braveheart & Longhand

Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew Dave Babcock & the Nightkeepers Chris Andrew Quintet Last Seen Headed


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CROSS BORDER JAZZ

Jaclyn Guillou Quintet

Vancouver based, B.C. born and raised Jaclyn

Guillou (pronounced Ghee-you), is an award

winning jazz vocalist who performs original

music and jazz standards. She has a sound

that is most comparable with crossover artists

and female jazz singer-songwriters such as

Melody Gardot and Madeleine Peyroux. With

her international band: New York vibraphonist

Tom Beckham, Belgian pianist Bram Weijters,

Vancouver bassist Michael Rush and Toronto/

Vancouver drummer Joe Poole she has delighted

audiences everywhere. Her compositional skills

include interesting and unusual arrangements

of standards that are reminiscent of Peggy

Lee, Sarah Vaughan and Nancy King. Her

influences range from the queen of the blues

Dinah Washington, passionate Diane Reeves,

folk singer-songwriter Martin Sexton and

Brazilian legend Elis Regina. This young twentysomething

artist strives to merge the sound

of deep jazz roots and hip modern sounds to

appeal to music lovers of all sorts.

Jaclyn was the recipient of a CBC Galaxie Rising

Star Award at the 2009 Vancouver International

Jazz Festival. The release of her new album, To

The City, will coincide with the current tour.

As a vocalist, composer and bandleader, Guillou

brings a unique style of songwriting to the jazz

idiom. She unites jazz form and structure with

deep sensitive lyrics which visit personal stories

that incorporate texture and complex harmony.

Guillou’s creative vocal flexibility evokes a

strong sense of rhythmic phrasing, colorful

tone and distinct articulation. Her voice is raw

and emotional and it lingers long after the last

note.

when...

Jaclyn Guillou Quintet

Vancouver/New York/Belgium

Jaclyn Guillou - vocals

Tom Beckham - vibes

Bram Weijters - piano

Michael Rush - bass

Joe Poole – drums

FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $18, GUESTS $22

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Artist website:

www.jaclynguillou.com

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CROSS BORDER JAZZ

Kirby, Greene, Colligan & Davis

Jazz Quartet

The ensemble of Kirby, Greene, Colligan and

Davis are the internationally acclaimed jazz

musicians who comprise the University of

Manitoba Jazz Studies Program Faculty. Bassist

Steve Kirby became the Director of Jazz

Studies at the University of Manitoba in 2003

and, since that time, he has recruited pianist

George Colligan, saxophonist Jimmy Greene,

and drummer Quincy Davis to the faculty. Not

only are these four gentlemen highly-qualified

jazz educators, they each have many years of

experience on the New York jazz scene, making

them a very powerful jazz quartet.

You can read more about them at their individual

web-sites or at www.yardbirdsuiite.com

when...

Kirby, Greene, Colligan & Davis

Jazz Quartet

From New York via Winnipeg

SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $18, GUESTS $22

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Jimmy Greene - saxophone

George Colligan - piano

Steve Kirby - bass

Quincy Davis – drums

Artist website:

www.jimmygreene.com

www.georgecolligan.com

www.stevekirby.ca

www.quincydavis.com

www.umanitoba.ca/music

4 May/June 2011


CANADIAN JAZZ SERIES - DOUBLE BILL

Ryan Oliver Quintet

Toronto-based tenor saxophonist Ryan Oliver

has come into his own on the Canadian music

scene. Oliver maintains a busy performance

schedule in Toronto and beyond. Along with

leading his own groups, he is a member of

several prominent Toronto groups and has been

a featured performer in many jazz festivals. He

has performed as both a leader and sideman

in most of Canada’s premier jazz clubs and has

shared the stage with many top shelf musicians

including Victor Lewis, Vic Juris, Joe Cohn, Phil

Dwyer, Pat LaBarbera, Bob McLaren, Terry Clarke,

and Richard Whiteman.

From 2007 to the summer of 2009, Oliver lived

in New York, completing a Masters degree in

Jazz Performance at Rutgers University and

performing throughout the city.

Ryan is also a member of Juno award winning

blues/rock performer Derek Miller’s group. The

band has traveled throughout North America,

including performances at the New Orleans

jazz Festival, and Toronto’s Dundas Square.

Oliver is featured in the horn section on Derek

Miller’s most recent recording “Derek Miller and

Double Trouble”, featuring Stevie Ray Vaughn’s

heralded rhythm section, Double Trouble and

musical icon Willie Nelson.

Whatever the musical situation, Oliver’s robust

tenor tone and passion for the jazz tradition are

evident every time he takes the stage.

DOUBLE BILL NIGHT

Featuring the Ryan Oliver Quintet and

Eldar Djangirov - Solo Piano

Saturday, April 23rd

See next page for details!

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INTERNATIONAL JAZZ SERIES - DOUBLE BILL

Eldar Djangirov – Solo Piano

Eldar Djangirov came to the United States from

Kyrgyzstan when he was ten years old having

already performed at a jazz festival in Russia.

A jazz prodigy, he released his first major label

recording at the age of 17. Now only 24, he has

released several discs since then, one of which, Re-

Imagination, was nominated for a Grammy award

in 2007 for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.

His 2009 release, Virtue, balances exhilarating

youthful energy with a new found sophistication

and depth of reflection that mirrors his personal

and creative growth. “I’m so proud of this album,

more so than any I’ve done so far,” he insists. “In

many ways, you could think of it as a soundtrack to

my direct experiences since I’ve moved to New York

City.” The music is adventurous and accessible.

2011 will see a new CD on Sony Music

Entertainment called “Three Stories”.

through composing and performing, enabling

him to ultimately to realize his own musical vision.

Usually seen in a trio format, his Yardbird Suite

concert will feature Eldar Djangirov in a solo

setting.

Eldar brings an intriguing variety of bebop, hard

bop, post-bop and swing influences to his work

but is essentially a straight-ahead player. He dazzles

audiences with his impressive technique, speeddemon

array of notes and music that can display

a jagged edge and angular inventions. However,

he also shows his maturity by ramping down the

intensity on occasion to display introspection and

impressionism.

Always known for his prodigious pyrotechnics

and precocious knowledge of the bebop tradition,

along the way, he’s had the good fortune to meet

or work with the masters including Dr. Billy Taylor,

Marian McPartland, Dave Brubeck, Michael Brecker,

Wynton Marsalis, Ron Carter, and Herbie Hancock.

One can hear the influence of many of the piano

greats in his playing, from Art Tatum and Oscar

Peterson through Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett and

Ahmad Jamal, on to McCoy Tyner and then to

the energy of Robert Glasper and other current

pianists. Eldar continues to explore new frontiers

6 May/June 2011

when...

SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $20, GUESTS $24

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Eldar Djangirov – Solo Piano

From Toronto

Eldar Djangirov – piano

Ryan Oliver Quintet

From Toronto

Ryan Oliver - saxophone

Tim Hamel - trumpet

Richard Whiteman - piano

Alex Coleman - bass

Morgan Childs – drums

Artist website:

www.eldarjazz.com

www.myspace.com/ryanoliverjazz


The Best of Edmonton

Kent Sangster’s Obsessions Nonet

Performs the Music

of Stan Getz

Kent Sangster’s Obsessions Octet’s (a nonet for this

weekend) return to the Yardbird Suite will mark the

debut of a new and exciting project for this awardwinning

ensemble. For this special event the ensemble

will be presenting the music of the great Stan Getz, one

of the most historically important figures in jazz. The

legacy of Stan Getz spans almost 50 years of recorded

music, encompassing a vast body of works of a wide

variety of styles within the jazz realm. From the swing

to bebop, cool to bossa nova, ballads to the legendary

crossover recording “Focus,” Stan Getz played it all, very

very well with the very best names in jazz. Stan Getz

is perhaps most widely known for the hit “Girl From

Ipanema” garnering a Grammy Award in 1965, but was

equally impressive in all genres of jazz.

The Obsessions Octet, founded in 2005, was nominated

for a JUNO award in 2007 and won a Western Canadian

award the same year. The sophomore recording,

“Melodia” was nominated for a WMCA award in 2010.

when...

FRIDAY-SATURDAY, APRIL 29-30, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $18, GUESTS $22

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Kent Sangster - tenor saxophone

Joanna Ciapka-Sangster - violin

Virginie Gagne - violin

Chandelle Rimmer - voice

Ronda Metszies - cello

Raul Tabera - percussion

Jeff Johnson - bass

Wayne Feschuk - piano

Sandro Dominelli – drums

Artist website:

www.kentsangster.com

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THE BEST OF EDMONTON

Jim Head/Josh McHan Group

The concert originally scheduled for Friday, May 6,

was cancelled just before this program was ready

to go to print.

We will be presenting the Jim Head/Josh McHan

Group instead. Complete information regarding

this show was not available as we went to print.

Please check www.yardbirdsuite.com for show

details.

when...

Jim Head/Josh McHan Group

From Edmonton

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $12, GUESTS $16

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Jim Head - guitar

Josh McHan - bass

8 May/June 2011


CROSS BORDER JAZZ

when...

Tunnel Six

From Seattle/Portland/New York/

Toronto/Halifax

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $18, GUESTS $22

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Chad McCullough - trumpet

Ben Dietschi - saxophones

Brian Seligman - guitar

Andrew Oliver - piano

Ronald Hynes - bass

Tyson Stubelek – drums

Tunnel Six

Following a 2010 tour, the collective US-Canadian

sextet Tunnel Six will be touring again, this time

in support of their internationally-released album

Lake Superior (OA2 Records). This seven-concert

tour will bring the members of the group together

from all corners of North America to perform their

unique brand of modern jazz. All of the members,

leaders in their own right, have collectively joined

together for this project, born out of time spent at

the Banff Centre. At times searching and intense,

the music rarely strays from melodic roots and is

firmly in the tradition of modern jazz, or as Roger

Levesque of the Edmonton Journal calls it, “tuneful

contemporary jazz, with a lot of space.” For the last

two years, the members of Tunnel Six have become

quickly-rising stars in their respective cities, and

when joined together the results are nothing less

than thrilling.

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CANADIAN JAZZ SERIES

P.J. Perry/Kevin Dean Quintet

Listening to one of Katie Malloch’s CBC jazz

shows one night I heard what I think defines jazz

music coming through the speakers. I heard a

soulful, beautiful sound combined with technical,

swinging perfection that is the reason I believe

jazz music is a true art form. I was touched by his

playing and went to sleep that night dreaming of

someday making music with this cat. It was Kevin

Dean I was listening to and a few years later that

wish became reality. Our first tour and concerts

at the Yardbird Suite several years ago more than

fulfilled my expectations and now I’m delighted

to say I’ve been able arrange a second appearance

of the band at the Suite on May 13 and 14, on our

cross Canada tour.

On this occasion there will be more attention paid

to original material as there will be a recording in

Vancouver at the end of the tour. All the guys are

writing for this occasion.

The quintet is comprised of myself on saxophones,

Kevin on trumpet, and Andre White on drums.

Both Kevin and Andre live in Montreal and they

both teach jazz studies at McGill University.

On piano from Toronto is the great Mark Eisenman.

Mark is also teaching at York U. and is a first call jazz

pianist in Toronto.

Holding down the fort on bass is Neil Swainson.

All I can say about Neil is that he is among the

best bassists on the scene, and well respected

throughout the world.

In conclusion, apart from assembling a great band,

I’ll also have the pleasure of sharing the stage with

four close friends. It doesn’t get any better than

that!

~ PJ Perry

when...

P.J. Perry/Kevin Dean Quintet

From Edmonton/Montreal/Toronto

FRIDAY-SATURDAY, MAY 13-14, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $20, GUESTS $24

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

P.J. Perry - saxophone

Kevin Dean - trumpet

Mark Eisenman - piano

Neil Swainson - bass

Andre White – drums

Artist website:

www.pjperry.com

www.kevindeanmusic.com

10 May/June 2011


CANADIAN JAZZ SERIES

Mah/Goodman Quartet

The Mah/Goodman Quartet was founded in

January 2009 as a collaboration between Calgary

saxophonist Brent Mah and Toronto guitarist Alex

Goodman and has been turning heads across

the country since then. “The quartet takes us on a

journey...a journey that has a strong sense of artistic

purpose” acclaims Lyle Rebbeck, President of the

Medicine Hat Jazz Society in the Medicine Hat

News. The group has released a critically acclaimed

album, Convergence. Bassist Daniel Fortin and

drummer Fabio Ragnelli fill out the group for this

concert. The group brings a unique aesthetic to the

stage. Although all the musicians in the group are

in their early twenties, the maturity and depth of

their music is highly developed. They are “all about

unity when they hit the stage” according to the

Vancouver Sun. They work together to create sonic

palettes that are spontaneous and interactive.

Both Mah and Goodman are talented composers

and gifted improvisers capable of taking their

listeners on dramatic and varied journeys with the

performance of each of their original songs.

Brent Mah is an award winning saxophone player

recently recognized by CBC as a Canadian “rising

star.” He has toured throughout North America

and Asia, been featured on numerous albums and

has performed with musicians such as Chucho

Valdes, Jimmy Heath and Curtis Fuller.

Alex Goodman, recognized by Rolling Stones

saxophonist Tim Ries as “one of the most gifted

guitarists of his generation,” has established

himself as an emerging presence on the Canadian

and international jazz scenes. Alex has performed

on 4 continents, released two albums as a leader

and performed with notables such as Maria

Schneider, John Patitucci and Richard Underhill.

when...

Mah/Goodman Quartet

From Calgary/Toronto

FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $16, GUESTS $20

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Brent Mah - saxophones

Alex Goodman - guitar

Daniel Fortin - bass

Fabio Ragnelli – drums

Artist website:

www.myspace.com/mahgoodman

www.brentmah.com

www.alexgoodman.ca

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CANADIAN JAZZ SERIES - DOUBLE BILL

Longhand

Longhand is a co-operative trio comprised of

Syke Brooks (drums, guitar and vocals), Russell

Sholberg (bass and saw), and Tony Wilson (guitar

and harmonica). These three versatile musicians

are also members of the following ensembles: The

Inhabitants, Veda Hille, Peggy Lee Band, Pugs and

Crows to name a few, as well as being the rhythm

section of the Tony Wilson 5tet.

The ensemble recently completed a recording that

will be released in the late spring of 2011.

Longhand has a varied repertoire ranging from

high energy free improv to melancholy tunes with

beautiful melodies. The group explores a wide

range of sonic possibilities with varied instrumental

configurations like classic guitar trio; to harmonica,

saw and percussion; or harmonica, vocals and bass

to offer a few examples. Along with original music,

Longhand offers their unique interpretations of

jazz, blues and classic Motown tunes.

Braveheart

Braveheart is a trio of musicians that play music

with feeling. The group is not showy, refined or

quaint and may not stimulate the intellectual in

you. However, Braveheart may provoke the need

to dance, the urge to yell out, the urge to question

what is there and think outside the box. Their

compositions are original and provocative, the

delivery of them can be anything from gritty and

raw to sweet and calming. The trio formation of

saxophone, bass and drums promotes exploration

that often moves beyond the lines of traditional

form, providing ample opportunity for each voice

to be heard. The bottom line for the group is to play

honestly and passionately, bringing the audience

along for the ride into the unknown.

Artist website:

www.myspace.com/longhandtrio

myspace.com/braveheartjazz

when...

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $16, GUESTS $20

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Longhand

From Vancouver

Tone Wilson - guitar, harmonica

Russell Sholberg - bass

Skye Brooks - drums

Braveheart

From Montreal

Ted Crosby - saxophone and clarinet

James Meger - bass

Omar Amlani - drums

12 May/June 2011


The Best of Alberta

Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew

Miles Davis would have been 85 years old this May,

so this is an opportune time for the Yardbird Suite

to reprise a project featuring one of Miles’ greatest

and most controversial recordings, Bitches Brew.

Visit www.yardbird suite for more information.

when...

From Calgary/Edmonton

FRIDAY-SATURDAY, MAY 27-28, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $18, GUESTS $22

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Bob Tildesley - trumpet

Peter Belec - guitar

Jim Brenan - saxophone

Chris Andrew - piano, keyboards

Raul Tabera - percussion

Rubim De Toledo - bass

Sandro Dominelli – drums

Artist website:

www.rubim.com

Yardbird Suite Blues - CD RELEASE

Dave Babcock &

The Nightkeepers

Dave will be releasing his long awaited blues

album “Dusk ‘til Dawn” with the Nightkeepers June

3-4, 2011 at the Yardbird Suite. Visit www.yardbird

suite for more information.

when...

From Edmonton

FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JUNE 3-4, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $16, GUESTS $20

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

Dave Babcock - saxophone and vocals

Alex Herriot - guitar

Doug Organ - Hammond organ

Jamie Cooper - drums

Artist website:

www.davebabcock.com

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The Best of Edmonton

Chris Andrew Quintet

CD Release

Chris Andrew is celebrating the release of his new

disc, Strange Days, on Chronograph Records. Visit

www.yardbird suite for more information.

when...

From Edmonton

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $16, GUESTS $20

DOORS 7:30 PM - SHOW 8 PM

Chris Andrew - piano, keyboards

Doug Berner - trumpet

Jim Brenan - saxophone

Rubim De Toledo - bass

Sandro Dominelli - drums

CROSS BORDER JAZZ

Last Seen Headed

Last Seen Headed (Leandre-Strid-Houle) brings

together three major figures in the world of

improvised music. The trio was founded at the

invitation of the Vancouver International Jazz

Festival in 2004, although the individual members

of the trio had already known and performed with

each other in various configurations since 1992.

This trio is unique as it brings together long time

collaborators in an intimate chamber music setting.

The ensemble’s musical language stems from, but is

not bound by the usual restraints of free European

improvised music, but rather taps into all kinds

of shared experiences and potentialities, ranging

from folk traditions to the classical avant-garde,

thus imbuing their sets with unexpected stylistic

turns. The confluence of ideas is a paradigm for

virtuosity within the free improvisation genre. They

evoke a multitude of moods, colors, and influences

– one hears more with each listen.

Visit www.yardbird suite for more information.

when...

From Vancouver/France/Sweden

FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2011

TICKETS - MEMBERS $16, GUESTS $20

DOORS 8 PM - SHOW 9 PM

François Houle - saxophone

Joëlle Léandre - bass

Raymond Strid – drums

Artist website:

www.francoishoule.ca

14 May/June 2011


jammin’

tuesday night

sessions

TICKETS AT THE DOOR - MEMBERS & GUESTS $5

DOORS 7:30 PM - SHOW 8 PM

April 12

The Parkers

Karen Porkka - saxophone/

molodica/vocals

Bob Tildesley - trumpet

Thom Golub - bass

Kevin Parkinson - drums

April 19

Mike Morriseau Trio

Bryan Qu - tenor sax

Stefan Kijek - piano

Lindsay Woolgar - bass

Paul Woida - drums

April 26

Bryan Qu Quartet

Bryan Qu - tenor sax

Stefan Kijek - piano

Lindsay Woolgar - bass

Paul Woida - drums

May 3

Paul Wilde Memorial

Session

Dave Babcock - saxophone

and vocals

Chris Andrew - piano

Josh McHan - bass

Jamie Cooper - drums

May 10

Stefan Kijek Quartet

Stefan Kijek - keyboards

Jerrold Dubyk - saxophone

Keith Rempel - bass

Bill George - drums

May 17

James Clarke Quartet

James Clarke - piano

Savic Panylyk - saxophone

Lindsay Woolgar - bass

Paul Woida - drums

May 24

Charlie Austin Trio

Charlie Austin - piano

Greg Dust - bass

Paul Biggelaar - drums

May 31

Nathan Ouellette

Quartet

Nathan Ouellette - drums

Laura Craig - saxophone

Stefan Kijek - keyboards

Thom Golub - bass

June 7

Bob Kitt Quartet

Lindsay Woolgar - bass

Bob Kitt - piano

Ryan Davidson - guitar

Lindsay Woolgar - bass

Mike Gillespie - drums

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Friday & Saturday Shows: Doors at 8pm Show 9pm unless otherwise stated.

April 15

Jaclyn Guillou Quintet

Members $18, Guests $22

April 16

Kirby, Greene, Colligan &

Davis Jazz Quartet

Members $18, Guests $22

April 23

Double Bill

Eldar Djangirov - Solo Piano

Ryan Oliver Quintet

Members $20, Guests $24

April 29 - 30

Kent Sangster’s Obsessions

Nonet Performs The Music Of

Stan Getz

Members $18, Guests $22

May 6

Jim Head/Josh McHan Group

Members $12, Guests $16

May 7

Tunnel Six

Members $18, Guests $22

May 13 -14

P.J. Perry/Kevin Dean Quintet

Members $20, GuEsts $24

May 20

Mah/Goodman Quartet

Members $16, Guests $20

May 21

Double Bill

Longhand & Braveheart

Members $16, Guests $20

May 27 - 28

Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew

Members $18, Guests $22

June 3 - 4

Dave Babcock &

The Nightkeepers

Members $16, Guests $20

June 9

Chris Andrew Quintet

Members $16, Guests $20

Doors 7:30pm - Show 8pm

June 10

Last Seen Headed

Members $16, Guests $20

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