Thursday July 11th, 7pm
St. Paul’s Church
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David Liebman is considered a renaissance man in contemporary music with a career stretching nearly fifty years. He has played with masters including Miles Davis, Elvin Jones, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, McCoy Tyner. He has recorded as a leader in styles ranging from classical to rock to free jazz. Liebman has performed on over 500 recordings with over 200 as a leader/co-leader featuring several hundred original compositions. Liebman is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master and has been a Visiting Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto since 2014.
Mike Murley is one of Canada's leading jazz artists, having appeared on 12 JUNO Award winning albums, 3 as a leader, 3 as a co-leader (Metalwood), and 6 as a sideman (Rob McConnell, David Braid and others). Murley has recorded and performed with numerous international artists including John Schofield, John Abercrombie and Kenny Wheeler. In 2011 Murley accepted full-time position at the University of Toronto where he currently holds the position of Jazz Area Chair at the Faculty of Music.
Terry Clarke has recorded over 300 albums with a number of international artists, including Bill Mays, Renee Rosnes, and Joe Lovano. His collaborations with Canadian musicians include David Braid, Don Thompson, and Rob McConnell. Clark’s first album as a leader, It's About Time, won the JUNO Award for Traditional Jazz Album of the Year in 2010. He has been jazz drum instructor at the University of Toronto for more than a decade. Clarke was named a member of the Order of Canada in 2002.
Jim Vivian is one of the most in demand bassists in Canada, having recorded and performed Rob McConnell’s Boss Brass, Don Thompson, and Sonny Greenwich, among others. He has also worked with international artists such as Kenny Wheeler, Tim Hagans, and John Abercrombie. In 2002 Jim accepted the position of jazz bass instructor and lecturer at the University of Toronto.
St. Paul’s Church is an all-ages venue.
Minors are encouraged to attend with their parents or legal guardians.