Sunday October 4, 2020, at 2 pm. at the Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St. W, Toronto.
General Admission $25. Students $15. Free tickets for Caregivers.
Please come out and join us to Remember the Music, a warm and wonderful benefit concert in support of research around music and Alzheimer’s. The show will be emceed by Laura Fernandez from JAZZ.FM91 Host. TranzitionzJazz will perform remembered music from their album, In Transition, and will be featuring it’s very own, Jasmin Bailey and a song from her upcoming album, the band's leader, Jim Thomas on flute, who will also be participating with The Jazz Project, the U of T Jazz Orchestra, and other great Toronto jazz musicians and singers including Laura Fernandez, Ilana Waldston and Sam Broverman. There will be lots of remembered songs to sing along to, so we hope you bring along your singing voices and your loved ones to share in this heart-warming occasion. If you’re not able to attend the concert but you’d still like to support the cause, we encourage you to purchase a ticket or two, which will be put into a pool of special tickets for Caregivers to attend - for free.
The concert will be held on Sunday, October 4, 2020, at 2 pm. at the Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St. W, Toronto. General Admission $25. Students $15. Free tickets for Caregivers. Ticket revenue will go to assist the important work of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. The event is raising $20K for ground-breaking research being undertaken by U of T Faculty of Music and St. Michael’s Hospital. This is an event not to be missed!!!
This concert is sponsored in part by The Alzheimer’s Society of Toronto, U of T Orchestra, Recollective, U of T Faculty of Music, JAZZ.FM91 Special thanks to Jim Thomas for all of his dedicated efforts in bringing everyone together, organizing and managing this event to make it a great success.
We would also like to thank everyone for their support!
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And thanks for your support!
The Toronto Sun just wrote an article on this event. Click the following link to read the entire article. TORONTO SUN