Join us for a jazz benefit concert to build support and raise funds for Imaging Apartheid: The poster project for Palestine. As the global movement in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for liberation continues to grow, Imaging Apartheid is calling on graphic designers and artists to submit work for a global poster art exhibition. In the next months Imaging Apartheid will be holding a series of concerts to raise funds and reach out to artists concerning the project.
Featuring performances by:
* Erik Hove Trio
Erik Hove - sax
Adrian Vedady - bass
Thom Gossage - drums
Erik Hove is an alto saxophonist known for his energetic playing with many of Montreal's most exciting musicians, as well as with his own award-winning group Soundclash. His trio offers an open-ended setting, with the goal of playing music with an inventive sense of melodic, rhythmic, and structural daring. The band embodies a healthy spirit of experimentation, playing with freedom and unfettered interaction.
* Adam Kinner solo saxophone & guests
Adam Kinner is a saxophonist and composer who has been living in Montreal since 2002. He has performed throughout the U.S, Canada, and Europe with jazz, rock and contemporary music groups. In addition to appearing on more than twenty recordings, he's a regular fixture on the music scenes in Montreal and New York.
* Jason Sharp solo bass saxophone
Jason Sharp is a baritone/bass saxophonist originally from Edmonton, Alberta. He has studied jazz improvisation at the University of Toronto, Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and understudied with the Jazz Composers Collective in New York City. Since moving to Montreal he can be heard in Josh Zubot's Mendham Trio, Sam Shalabi's Land of Kush, Nicolas Caloia's Ratchet Orchestra, Joe Grass's Tiny Dictators as well as on recordings with Matana Roberts and Silver Mt. Zion for the Constellation label.
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