Mary-Ann Lacey (voix) et Paul Van Dyk (contrabass)
au Bistro Sofia 

Photo : Ron Harris (gauche) et Isabelle Savard Filteau (droit)

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Photo : Ron Harris (gauche) et Isabelle Savard Filteau (droit)

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Prochaines dates :

 

Brunch en musique le 31 juillet, 12h 

 

Réservations possibles pour des tables à partir de 10h30.

Contribution aux musiciens : 10 $ par personne 

Places limitées.

Pour réserver une table ou plus d’informations : 438 380-2551

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Photo:  Isabelle Savard Filteau

Photo:  Ron Harris

Paul Van Dyk has been making plenty of noise on his bass since moving to Montreal in 2008. He's been heard at on Montreal Jazz Festival stages; on FACTOR, Canada Council, and CALQ-funded, and Juno-nominated albums; accompanying gypsy jazz legends Tcha Limberger, Wawau Adler, and Stochelo Rosenberg; in impromptu solo performances at Montreal Metro stations; and on season 10 of Canadian TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation. For ten years he recorded  and toured Canada and the U.S.A. as a member of alt-jazz trio Kite and indie-rock collective Bent by Elephants. 

Montréal jazz vocalist and multidisciplinary artist Mary Ann Lacey has performed internationally from Argentina to Japan. Her elegant and refined delivery has won her many fans (“wonderful voice...beautiful singer” - Sheila Jordan). She does what every great jazz vocalist must do: she takes the standards and gives them new life and direction without straying from the true essence of the song. She honed her craft in New York with Sheila Jordan, Jay Clayton, Peter Eldridge and Barry Harris to name a few. She performs regularly on the Montreal jazz circuit and has recorded for CBC radio, Radio National Argentina, and Télé-Quebec. Her original song “ He Just Might” has been featured on many jazz radio programs across the country and is the title track on her CD.

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