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The JC5 will be performing as part of the Markham Jazz Festival
Saturday August 18th @ 12:30 – 2:00pm at the Varley Patio Stage
Jaymz Bee interviewed me and will be playing one of my tunes!
Listen to Jazz FM 91.1 on July 21st between 6-8pm.
The Julia Cleveland Quintet will be performing as part of the Beaches Jazz Festival:
Come start out your jazz filled day on the beach in the beautiful Kew Gardens!
CDs and T-shirts will be available!!!
On Thursday July 5th, on a lovely hot and sunny day in Montreal on the TD stage at the Place des Festivals. We were nominated for two awards – The Grand Jazz Award and the Galaxy Rising Star Award
Upcoming show in Toronto:
Sunday June 3rd, 9:30pm @ The Rex Hotel – Jon Challoner, David French, Adrean Farrugia, Jon Maharaj, Julia Cleveland
Every Sunday in March from 7-9pm the Julia Cleveland Quintet will be performing at the Rex Hotel.
- Sunday March 4th: Mike Malone, Chris Gale, Stacie McGregor, Ross MacIntyre, Julia Cleveland
- Sunday March 11th: The Full Sextet: Mike Malone, Kelly Jefferson, Chris Gale, Ross MacIntyre, Julia Cleveland
- Sunday March 18th: The Full Sextet: Mike Malone, Kelly Jefferson, Chris Gale, Ross MacIntyre, Julia Cleveland
- Sunday March 25th: Mike Malone, Chris Gale, Stacie McGregor, Mark Cashion, Julia Cleveland
Great review in whole note came out today:
Julia Cleveland, who studied jazz at Mohawk College after classical percussion at U of T is Hogtown’s heir to a new-ish tradition of female driving drummers such as Cindy Blackman and Suzie Ibarra. Her debut jazz record is the melodious Julia Cleveland 5uintet – Tumble, Stumble (JC52011 www.juliacleveland.com), which also headlines saxist Kelly Jefferson, bass Ross MacIntyre, pianist Adrean Farrugia and Mike Malone on trumpet and flugelhorn. It’s 11 tunes and charts are by Cleveland, who more than holds her own in this well integrated group. Farrugia often steals the limelight with smart, sometimes lavish statements, particularly effective on electric piano, but Cleveland defines the pulse, which underpins everything from the chirpy title tune to the elegiac Obbink. Malone is cool and clever, Jefferson powerfully inventive. Going Back is a tribute to the late bandleader Dave McMurdo, who taught at Mohawk.
Check out the review at thewholenote.com