huntsville jazz festival
7th Annual Huntsville Jazz Festival • August 1st - 3rd
Join us to celebrate a long weekend of great entertainment and discover Muskoka Magic - Jazz style!
We are thrilled to acknowledge TD Bank Group as our returning principal sponsor for the Festival. TD Bank Group has established itself as a promoter of the arts in general across Canada, and specifically a supporter of some of the finest jazz festivals in the country. We look forward to a long term relationship with TD Bank Group and salute them for their support of this initiative.
Jazz in the GardenJuly-21-13 - 1:00:00 PM - Spencer's Tall Trees RestaurantSmooth jazz fills the air, bring your lawn chair and sit amongst the beautiful gardens at Spencer’s Tall Trees Restaurant. Tempt your tastebuds with light snacks and refreshing drinks.
Preservation Hall Jazz BandAugust-01-13 - 8:00:00 PM - Algonquin TheatreCarrying on the namesake of the venerable music venue located in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter this musical institution has been spreading the New Orleans jazz art form internationally for five decades, a music that embodes a joyful, timeless spirit.
From their humble roots to sharing the stage with The Black Keys and Dr. John at the 2013 Grammy Awards their journey has been historic and a testament to the power of their message.
Toronto All Star Big BandAugust-02-13 - 8:00:00 PM - Algonquin TheatreBack by popular demand after their standout concert at the 2011 Jazz Festival, this is an ensemble of young, very skilled jazz musicians. Armed with brilliant programming, slick choreography and witty cultural nostalgia, the band revives the spirit, style and sound of 1930's and 40's - that golden age of the big bands.
Peter Appleyard & The Sophisticated LadiesAugust-03-13 - 8:00:00 PM - Algonquin TheatreLegendary jazz musician and vibraphone master Peter Appleyard returns to Huntsville backed by some of the best jazz players in the country and supported by a couple of 'sophisticated ladies' who will pay tribute to songs like 'Smile', 'Georgia' and 'If You Could See Me Now.'