Aurora Cultural Centre in the Park presents
Heather Bambrick Quintet
Friday, August 20, 2021 | 7 pm
Aurora Town Park Bandshell
Pre-registration required | Limited capacity
**Registration closes August 20 at Noon**
Heather Bambrick’s live performances have been described as “what happens when Ella Fitzgerald meets Carol Burnett at a Newfoundland Kitchen Party!” A fan favourite of Aurora Cultural Centre audiences, her wide repertoire includes everything from jazz standards and re-imagined pop tunes, to Newfoundland folk songs. A born-and-raised Newfoundlander, her East Coast charm, incredible vocals and outstanding stage presence welcome the audience to an evening filled with laughter, stories, song – and true entertainment.
Heather Bambrick is a Juno-nominated artist who has collaborated with a Fred Hirsch, Guido Basso, Rob McConnell, Peter Appleyard, the Toronto Symphony, and others. Awarded Canada’s National Jazz Award for Vocalist of the Year, she has three solo recordings to her name, including You’ll Never Know in 2017. An accomplished voice actor as well, she voices characters including the Emmy-nominated Wild Kratts. She is also a beloved broadcaster on JAZZFM91. She is accompanied tonight with her quintet of renowned performers, including Mike Downes (bass), Ted Warren (drums), Adrean Farrugia (keys) and Chase Sanborn (trumpet/flugelhorn).
6:15 pm | Admission
7:00 pm | Concert
90 minute concert | No intermission
Attention Ticket Holders: When registering, please enter the names of all attendees and guests as accurately as possible. Tickets are not needed for entry. Please bring your order confirmation (on paper or electronically) or a piece of photo ID to check in with at the entry gate
The Aurora Town Park has been segmented with socially distanced rectangles. You may choose to sit on the grass, or set up your own chair, within these rectangles. Limited bleacher seating will be available at the back for those that wish to utilize it. Please talk to your seating attendant upon entry.
This presentation is made possible with the support of