HJS+HJB JAZZ Sextet…Maybe a new ‘home’? Could be….Would YOU come visit?

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There’s a lovely, community space in Campbelleville (Guelph Line & 401), just waiting to have our sound fill it – It’s a lovely community, Campbelleville; Halton JAZZ Singers aka HJS has HJB instrumental jazz trio, of Heiki on piano, James on drums, and Brent on string bass – there’s six of us now – HJS+HJB JAZZ Sextet! We need a home so that YOU  can come to visit & SWING with us! So.. that’s what last night was all about… We packed up all our gear and headed into Halton, to St. David’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street N., Milton, Ontario.   WOW! THE ACOUSTICS ARE AMAZING!  The congregation kindly granted us the use of the space to try it out for a couple hours last nite, & try it out we did!  It’s a great space! Lots of parking; quick access to the 401; it’s in a growing part of Halton close to Milton, Burlington, Georgetown & Oakville as well as Mississauga; and those of us in the other parts will find it to be an easy drive!

So the jazzy dudes, Heiki, James & Brent brought their A-1 game and supported Halton JAZZ Singers in our renditions of ballads, sambas, swing pieces – What a blast!

In time, there could be some open rehearsals happening at this locale – there could be some open mic sessions too at this locale and maybe some master classes!

Interested? Would YOU come to an open rehearsal? Would YOU like to try your hand/voice at singing with HJB jazz trio? or Would you like totry your ‘voice’ &  join in and sing one of your favourite tunes – Dream, Java Jive, Danco Samba, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore or other tunes –  a vocal jazz quartet chart with HJS – Siona on alto, Darcea on soprano, Jason on Tenor & Adam on Bass?

What do YOU think?  Interested? Give us YOUR ANSWER by completing the POLL BELOW – We’ve got ‘our home’ booked for 7:30-9:30 P.M. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TH – WANNA JOIN US? 

St. David’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street, N., Milton, Ontario 

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