Lindsay Sterk dancing with Jazzy Jems

Get ready to hear hot sounds and cool tunes this Saturday night when the three Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs present Fire and Ice.

Get ready to hear hot sounds and cool tunes this Saturday night when the three Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs present Fire and Ice at the Sid Williams Theatre.

As a treat, Just in Time is thrilled to be collaborating with special guest Lindsay Sterk, the well-loved tap dancer extraordinaire.

An accomplished dancer, singer and actor, Sterk has performed and taught throughout Canada. Locally, he is renowned as the much-loved artistic director of Pantuso Dance.

Sterk will join the Jazzy Jems, Just in Time’s treble ensemble, in a unique version of Ella Fitzgerald’s hit Too Darn Hot.

Also performing is Unplugged, with 60 enthusiastic singers, and Vocal Minority, a 14-member elite ensemble. The presentation is directed Wendy Nixon Stothert.

“We are excited about the variety of the songs we’ve been working on this fall,” says Stothert. “We’re singing everything from swing to pop, with some heart-stirring spirituals and festive seasonal tunes in the mix. Lindsay’s dancing is so incredible, it will be a challenge to not get distracted while we’re singing!”

The stellar band accompanying the vocalists consists of Sean Mooney on keys, Jacob Gregory on drums, and Tim Croft on bass.

Tickets are $15 and available by calling the Sid at 250-338-2430 or online at www.sidwilliamstheatre.com.

For more information, visit www.justintimevocaljazz.ca.

Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs

 

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