Emilie-Claire Barlow: Winter Lights at Flato Markham Theatre

Emilie-Claire Barlow - Winter Lights Flato Markham Theatre

“Her youthful energy and appearance bely a 20-year career at the highest levels of jazz recording and performance.” – TD Toronto Jazz Festival

WHEN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2019 AT 8:00 PM
WHERE: FLATO MARKHAM THEATRE
ADDRESS: 171 TOWN CENTRE BOULEVARD – MARKHAM ON
COST: $15 to $65 – BUY TICKETS

Elements of both jazz and pop feature prominently in Winter Lights, a Christmas holiday show to see a top “Canadian jazz chanteuse display an impressive vocal range.” – Latin Jazz Network

Emilie-Claire Barlow is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed jazz singer, arranger, record producer and voice actress. Known for her treatment of both classic pop and jazz songs delivered with a relaxed, polished demeanor, charming humour, and a voice of unforgettable beauty, “she adds newfound depth to such varied selections…” – jazztimes.com

A highly engaging performer with a warm, lithe vocal style and a knack for tackling urbane jazz standards, Emilie-Claire is back to Markham with an eclectic mix of holiday favourites, wintry tunes and classics from her own repertoire.

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