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Launch of Burgundy Jazz on June 19!

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Come celebrate the launch of Burgundy Jazz! A webdoc, iPhone app and ebook about Montreal’s incredible contribution to Jazz music history.

Burgundy Jazz recounts Montreal’s incredible contribution to jazz music history through the legendary musicians of Little Burgundy – the primarily black neighbourhood that was a hub of musical creativity, private clubs and speakeasies from the Jazz Age 1920s to the Golden Era of Jazz in the 1940s and 50s. Oscar Peterson, Oliver Jones, Norman Marshall Villeneuve, the Sealey Brothers, Nelson Symonds, Charlie Biddle, and Louis Metcalf are among the greats who lived or played in "Burgundy".

June 19th 2013

5 p.m. - free
Georges Vanier Cultural Centre - 2450 Workman St.

Music by the Mario Allard Quintet

Followed by a “New Orleans” style musical parade in Little Burgundy, led by honorary Grand Marshall Dr. Oliver Jones.

7 p.m. – $12 / $15 at the door*
Corona Theatre - 2490 Notre-Dame St. West

Featuring vaudeville-style performances, including jazz legends Norman Marshall Villeneuve, Glenn Bradley and Billy Georgette, in addition to a projection of capsules from the web documentary, and DJ Andy Williams from Jazz Amnesty Sound System. Co-hosted by Stanley Péan, from the radio show Quand le jazz est là... (Espace musique) and Sonali Karnick of All in a Weekend (CBC Radio 1)

Buy your tickets at the Corona Theatre or online
* Plus service charges. A portion of ticket sale revenues will be donated to the Little Burgundy Coalition
Check-out full line-up of Burgundy Jazz events during summer 2013.
Burgundy Jazz is presented by Catbird Productions in association with and, with the financial participation of Radio-Canada, the Canada Media Fund, the Mobile Media Lab at Concordia University; and with the collaboration of the Festival international de jazz de Montréal, the Arrondissement Sud-Ouest, the Georges Vanier Cultural Centre, the Corona Theatre, Quartier du Canal, L’Autre Montréal, and Véhicule Press.