Enjoy half-price admission* to the exhibition “Colours of Jazz” and travel back in time to “Prohibition-era” Montreal with the performance of a jazz trio.
Wednesday, November 25, from 5 to 9 p.m.
Jazz trio with Eric Lagacé, double bass; Taurey butler, keyboard; and Cameron Wallis, saxophone and clarinet
In connection with the exhibition Colours of Jazz, Stanley Péan, host of the ICI Musique show QUAND LE JAZZ EST LÀ, will be at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on November 25, from 6 to 7 p.m. In the company of the Taurey Butler Trio, he will explore the topic of prohibition and jazz in the 1920s. This special show will air on November 27, at 5.30 p.m. on ICI Musique (100.7 FM in Montreal).
Whisky, wine, beer and sparkling wine: $6 ea.
Soak up the atmosphere at the Museum!
*Please note that on Wednesday evenings, from 5 to 9 p.m., only the exhibition “Colours of Jazz” is open. Reduced admission is $10, except for groups.
Credits: Randolph S. Hewton, Miss Audrey Buller (detail), about 1919-1920. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada. Photo ©NGC