“Her adept jazz sensibility is beautifully displayed; her consummate vocal skill shines throughout ”
(LESLEY MITCHELL-CLARKE, THE WHOLENOTE)
“Between Lewis’ always strong singing, expert choice of material, and a small group that delivers big, the thrill in this case comes entirely from the music.” (MARK RHEAUME, CBC RADIO)
For over two decades, Guelph jazz vocalist Brenda Lewis has been captivating audiences – in Toronto most recently in concert series at The Jazz Bistro, 120 Diner, Musideum and Flying Beaver Pubaret – as well as across Ontario in the McMichael Gallery’s Jazz Series, Merrickville’s Jazz Fest, Uptown Waterloo Jazz Festival, 1000 Islands Jazz Festival, and both Halton Hills and Midland Cultural Centres, to name a few. Next year (so far), she will be featured in two acclaimed jazz series: The Jazz Room’s (Waterloo) winter concert season, and,Twilight Jazz (affiliated with Niagara Jazz Festival), then in June is a guest vocalist in two concerts celebrating the music of the Breithaupt Brothers – a songwriting tour de force often referred to as the Canadian Gershwins. At The Old Mill she will be joined by gifted Toronto longtime compadres jazz guitarist Margaret Stowe and Rosemary Galloway on upright bass – together performing an eclectic, soulful and even quirky mix of repertoire.
Brenda Lewis – jazz vocalist, Margaret Stowe – guitar and Rosemary Galloway – upright bass
Source: Whats on Toronto original article at The Old Mill Presents Brenda Lewis, Jazz Vocalist & Trio