Barry Elmes Quintet: Thursday August 11, 7:00pm at the Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St. Kincardine.

Tickets $25, available through the Box Office and outlets listed on the right.
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Age 16 and under are free.  KSMF music class students receive tickets to the Evening Concert Series the week of their classes.

The concert on Thursday night will highlight some of the best in Canadian Jazz:
Barry Elmes (drums/leader)
Brian O’Kane (trumpet)
Chris Gale (sax)
Lorne Lofsky (guitar)
Pat Collins (bass)

BARRY ELMES has occupied a position of prominence on the Canadian jazz scene since the 1980s and has become internationally-respected over the years since, not only as one of Canada’s most talented drummers, but for parallel accomplishments as a composer, producer, recording artist, and dedicated educator. His award-winning work has been documented on over 90 jazz CDs and he has performed all over the world with many renowned jazz artists including Dizzy Gillespie, Tommy Flanagan, Charlie Haden, Diana Krall, Joe Henderson, John Abercrombie, Oliver Jones, Cedar Walton, Phil Nimmons, and Moe Koffman.

In 1991 he formed the Barry Elmes Quintet, featuring a “who’s who” of the best in Canadian jazz. A success from the beginning, this group has released six notable recordings, the first of which, the critically acclaimed “Climbing”, featured Barry’s own compositions and received a Juno nomination for  Best Jazz Recording. His CD “The Five Minute Warning” received an Indie Award nomination for Best Jazz Recording 2001.
The Barry Elmes Quintet won Acoustic Jazz Group of the Year at the 2002 National Jazz Awards.

Barry continues to produce recordings for a variety of artists, co-leads the quartet Time Warp and presides over Cornerstone Records Inc., a successful artist-owned jazz label and publishing company dedicated to presenting recordings by Canadian jazz artists.

Don’t miss this concert!