The Humber Music concert with a live jazz performance by Grant Stewart was cancelled last week without giving a reason, but Humber students can still hear what the music series has to offer at Humber’s next show on Oct. 26 with performances by Ineke Vandoorn and Marc van Vugt.
The performances are held in the auditorium at the Lakeshore campus and are open to the public at no charge. Each show features unique artists, some of whom are Humber students or faculty members.
The series will have a variety of performances ranging from Indian vocals to classical symphonies, contemporary jazz and more.
Canadian acapella group Cadence will be making a guest appearance at the next Humber music concert on Oct. 26 at 12:15 p.m.
“We like to communicate with people when we are on stage and give them a taste of who we are,” Cadence member Lucas Marchand said. “They (Humber students) are going to see four guys enjoying themselves and we might even get them to sing along.”
Canadian composer and saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff will perform at Humber on Nov. 19. Nachoff is currently working in Banff at an artist retreat and will be attending a music centre in Calgary.
“We will be playing a few authentic pieces on my record (at Humber) and I am currently working on some new authentic pieces,” Nachoff said.
Nachoff said the audience at Humber would be able to ask questions after the show.
For more information about performances, visit www.creativearts.humber.ca.