An evening of music from Brazil
With special guest Ed Dunsavage on guitar
Friday , March 28, 7 p.m.
Music In The Mountains, The Old Siskiyou Barn, Ashland
Cost $25/$20 for SMP Members, $10 for Full Time Students
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Siskiyou Music Project welcomes back from Vancouver British Columbia vocalist/pianist Jennifer Scott and bassist Rene Worst for a very intimate performance at the Old Siskiyou Barn on Friday March 28 with special guest guitarist Ed Dunsavage.
Considered the finest jazz vocal improviser in Canada by her peers, her fans and by the musicians who work with her, Jennifer Scott is an important jazz voice. She has performed with such jazz greats as: Gene Bertoncini, Clark Terry, Tommy Banks, Paul Horn, Kenny Wheeler and Peter Bernstein to name a few.
Jennifer has performed to sold out crowds from San Diego to Vancouver to Whitehorse on the West Coast of Canada and has begun a major foray onto the world stage including performances in Amsterdam, Milan and Rome. Recent lauded performances have included Main Stage shows at the Vancouver Island Music Fest sharing the stage with artists as diverse as Jane Bunnett and Jerry Douglas. She received a lengthy standing ovation reception for her duo set with bassist Rene Worst at the same festival. Jennifer was also featured at Stanford University performing at the Miles Davis tribute concert for their Concert series in tandem with The Jazz Museum in Harlem.
The music presented in this evening’s performance will be from her newest releases “Sonho Meu” featuring the music of Brazil. Special guest Ed Dunsavage will be joining them on guitar.
Rene Worst is one of Canada’s top jazz bassists and he has performed and recorded with a who’s-who of jazz elite including: Chet Baker, Ernestine Anderson, Mark Murphy, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Pass, Herb Ellis, John Handy, Barney Kessell, Eddie Harris, Gene Bertoncini, Jessica Williams, Bud Shank, Paul Horn and many others.