Jazz of the Forbidden variety at the Zocalo Friday

The performance begins at 7 p.m. and admission is by donation.

Forbidden Jazz Trio returns to Zocalo Café for an evening performance on Friday, March 11.

Featuring Jeff Agopsowicz on trombone, Rick Husband on guitar, and Grahame Edwards on bass, these seasoned musicians will appeal to audiences of all ages while showcasing a wide variety of timeless jazz standards and original compositions.

Husband has performed extensively in big bands, traditional/mainstream jazz combos, and country rock groups throughout Vancouver Island.

Edwards has appeared with countless local ensembles and productions in every genre from choral to musical theatre, classical to big band jazz.

Since his recent retirement in the Comox Valley, Agopsowicz has collaborated with many of its finest local musicians

The performance begins at 7 p.m. and admission is by donation.

For more info and reservations, contact Zocalo Café & Gallery at 250 331 0933, or simply drop by the corner of Fifth Street and Cliffe Avenue.

 

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