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montreal jazz fest

Who: Malika Tirolien, Rafael Zaldivar, Djely Tapa, Clerel, Bïa, Jordan Officer, Mateo, the Marianne Trudel Trio, Morgan Moore, Robbie Kuster, Jeremy Dutcher, Charlotte Cardin, Fredy V. & the Foundation, Carl Mayotte, Jack Broadbent, Elisapie, Jean-Michel Blais, Jacques Kuba Séguin, Naya Ali, Alain Caron, Paul Brochu, John Roney, Dominique Fils-Aimé, the Barr Brothers, Oscar Peterson, Oliver Jones, Jaco Pastorius, Miles Davis, Sarah Vaughan, Pierre Kwenders
What: The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal digital edition
Where: The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal Facebook
When: June 27-30, free with RSVP, 6:00
Why: Several years ago we had an amazing time at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, wandering among numerous stages seeing bands from a wide range of genres. We’ve been meaning to go back but have not had a chance yet, but with the pandemic lockdown, anyone and everyone can attend this year’s digital edition. From June 27 to 30, the fest will go virtual at 6:00 each night, presenting five live acts, followed by archival festival performances by Oscar Peterson and Oliver Jones, Jaco Pastorius, Miles Davis, and Sarah Vaughan. Among the live standouts from all around the world are Bïa, Charlotte Cardin, Fredy V. & the Foundation, and the Barr Brothers. Below is the complete schedule.

Saturday, June 27
Canadian Multiculturalism Day: Live from L’Astral with Malika Tirolien (6:00), Rafael Zaldivar (7:00), Djely Tapa (7:20), Clerel (7:40), Bïa (8:00), and a 2004 performance by Oscar Peterson and Oliver Jones (8:23), and an after-party with Pierre Kwenders (10:00)

Sunday, June 28
Live from L’Astral with Jordan Officer (6:00), Mateo (7:00), the Marianne Trudel Trio featuring Morgan Moore and Robbie Kuster (7:20), Jeremy Dutcher (7:40), Charlotte Cardin (8:00), and a 1982 performance by Jaco Pastorius (8:23)

Monday, June 29
Live from L’Astral with Fredy V. & the Foundation (6:00), Carl Mayotte (7:00), Jack Broadbent (7:20), Elisapie (7:40), Jean-Michel Blais (8:00), and a 1985 performance by Miles Davis (8:23)

Tuesday, June 30
Live from L’Astral with Jacques Kuba Séguin (6:00), Naya Ali (7:00), Alain Caron with his trio featuring Paul Brochu and John Roney (7:20), Dominique Fils-Aimé (7:40), the Barr Brothers (8:00), a 1983 performance by Sarah Vaughan (8:23)

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