We invite you to join us for alternative worship experiences at 4 pm on Sunday afternoons.
Amidst beautiful music, song, and silence, listen to the voice that calls from within.
Upcoming Taizé services: September 17, October 15, and November 19.
Musicians Jocelyn Pritchard (piano), Boris Ulanowicz (violin), Pete Matthews (viola), Andrew Wilson (vocals) and Alexandra Scott (vocals) provide musical leadership.
Next Jazz Vespers:
July 30, 2017 – LJ Mounteney Quartet
LJ Mounteney is a versatile singer possessing a pure tone and blessed with a commanding stage presence. LJ’s style is diverse – she sings jazz, blues, pop, R&B, and big band swing and incorporates it all into her performances. . In 2015 she was a featured guest artist on Van Django’s Christmas album – _Cool Yule_ – along with Harmonica virtuoso Keith Bennett and has toured with the group three Christmas seasons and is returning for a fourth tour in 2017. In 2016 she released her first solo cd – _Here in the Dark_ – a showcase of a wide variety of genres including her original song which is the title track. LJ is also a big R&B and Soul fan and is the lead female vocalist in Top City (an 11 piece band with a powerful horn section emulating big bands such as Earth Wind & Fire, Tower of Power, Blood Sweat and Tears).
Accompanying LJ will be:
Jon Roper, Guitar: Jon’s versatility as both a guitarist and a bassist lead him to be one of the busiest musicians in Vancouver. He performs with a wide range of pop and jazz artists including Buchman Coe, Alan Matheson, Alita Dupray and Jennifer Hayes. Jon’s playing integrates infectious grooves with superfluous melodies sprinkled with a healthy dose of improvisation.
Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, Trumpet / Flute / Flugel Horn: Gabriel is the recipient of many music awards including a Juno and Canadian Smooth Jazz award. He has played with top musicians including Michael Bublé, Dee Daniels, Gino Vanelli, Long John Baldry and Jeff Lorber (and many more). He is always a delight to listen to.
James Meger, Upright Bass: Since returning to Vancouver from McGill,James Meger has been in demand as a live and session player due to his precise playing and incredible feel. He’s performed with Bruno Hubert, Jaclyn Guillou and Peggy Lee.
August 27 – Adele M. Wilding Quartet
September 24 – Quintessential Jazz
October 29 – TBA
November 26 – TBA