Jazz Café Trio at The Minstrel April 24

A night of exhilarating music performed in an award winning venue.

  • Apr. 22, 2014 5:00 p.m.

The Jazz Café Trio performs at The Minstrel on Thursday April 24, It will be a night of exhilarating music performed in an award winning venue. Anna Jacyszyn: Vocals, Bernie Addington: double bass & bow, Neville Bowman: piano and vocals.

This multi-award winning combination of musicians excites delights and invites music lovers to be inspired through original arrangements and the brilliance of their improvised solos; with a singer who injects life into the lyrics of every song. A true representation of what jazz music is supposed to sound like.

The band asks that dinner is served before and during the first set so that you can kick back and truly enjoy the artistry on stage and talking is kept to a bare minimum and applause is bountiful!

$10 at the door, show starts at 8 p.m.

The Minstrel is at 4638 Lakeshore Rd, Kelowna BC V1W 1X5 Call 250-764-2301 for reservations.

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