Ross Wooldridge Quartet "Hidden Gems and Buried Treasures"

23mar7:30 pm10:00 pmRoss Wooldridge Quartet "Hidden Gems and Buried Treasures"

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Doors open at 7:30, Music at 8:00

$20 all ages/unlicensed/online tickets

Small capacity. 60 seats available.

Glenhyrst presents a night of jazz and swing music with …The Ross Wooldridge Quartet: “Hidden Gems and Buried Treasures”

Featuring vocalist CAROLYN CREDICO with ROSS WOOLDRIDGE at the piano, clarinet and saxophone PHIL DISERA on guitar, and CLARK JOHNSTON on the bass

Ross Wooldridge is co-leader of the traditional jazz band the Dixie Demons and he also performs with his Tribute to the Benny Goodman Sextet. Notable names he has recorded with are Peter Appleyard, Alex Pangman, and Jeff Healey.

Carolyn Credico is a sweet, soulful jazz, R and B, and pop singer from the Hamilton area. She recorded her first full-length jazz album titled Pieces of Dreams with Don Thompson, Reg Schwager and Pat Collins.

Phil Disera has been a freelance musician in the Toronto scene since the early 80s. His versatility has taken him down a wide variety of avenues. You can hear Phil perform in the “Ambiance Flute and Guitar Duo” (together for more than 20 years, along with Doriann Forrester on flute) and also in the “Dixie Demons” playing Traditional Jazz on the banjo.

Clark Johnston holds a Masters degree in Music Composition as well as a Bachelor of Education from York University. In addition to teaching at Mohawk, Clark is currently on faculty at McMaster University and Hillfield Strathallan College. Clark started his professional career as a bassist in 1994 and since has had the opportunity to work with the likes of Peter Appleyard, Diana Panton, and many others.


March 23, 2024 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm(GMT-04:00)


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