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Thursday February 13 2020 at 7:30 PM

× Trail & District Arts Council's Jazz at the Griff Series presents

The Melody Diachun Quartet

Melody Diachun and her acoustic jazz quartet present her latest offering, "SUMNER’S TALES: The Music of Sting”. Born Gordon Sumner, Sting is known as one of the greatest living songwriters both as a solo artist and with the legendary British band, The Police. With countless hits such as “Every Breath You Take", “Roxanne”, and “Fields of Gold”, Sting has sold more than 350 million records and singles worldwide.

Melody’s group will feature Jazz at the Griff favourites Doug Stephenson on acoustic bass, Tony Ferraro on drums, and her longtime friend and collaborator, pianist Dave Restivo, a recent score for the Kootenay music scene.

General Admission - Muriel Griffiths Room - 7:30 pm

Jazz Series Pass - All 6 shows only $99! ** Don't miss out on this great deal. These shows sell out fast! ** Call or drop into the Box Office to get your season pass. 250-368-9669

Single Ticket: $17.50 in Advance, $22 at Door

Sponsored by McEwan & Co. Law

2019-20 Jazz Series includes: - Michael Kaeshammer, Kootenay Jazz Ensemble, Dave Restivo and Laura Landsberg, Joy of Cooking, Melody Diachun Quartet, Tiny Islands. New this year! Choose from either a matinee or evening show for Melody Diachun and Tiny Islands.

Groups of 4 can reserve a table through the Box Office.

Venue

Muriel Griffiths Room
1501 Cedar Avenue
Trail BC V1R 4C7

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1501 Cedar Avenue
Trail BC V1R 4C7 Canada
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