Allison Au Quartet - Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021 @ 8:30pm

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The Rex’s JUNO ARTIST APPRECIATION SERIES presents Allison Au!

 

PRE-SALE TICKET INFORMATION:

- Ticket Prices already include a $3 processing fee.

- There are no physical/digital tickets. After purchasing tickets, your name will be added to our guest list. Please bring ID on the night of the performance that matches the name on the order confirmation. 

- Presale tickets are only available until 4PM the day of the performance, but are usually sold out by then so best to book as early as possible.

- On the night of the show, unsold presale tickets are made available at the door on a first-come first-served basis.

 

ZONE SEATING 

Front Section  - Closest to stage, best sight-lines

Middle Section - Good views of stage, Tall and Bar Tables & Seating

Upper Back Section - Further from stage, (some seats partially obstructed view).

BOOTH SEATING - Each booth can seat up to 4 people. (1 ticket purchase for a booth will allow entry to 4 people, one of whom is the ticket purchaser).

  

REFUND POLICY:

All Sales are final, No Refunds [Excluding scheduled performances that are cancelled]

 

VACCINATION POLICY:

In accordance with Ontario Public Health regulations, all patrons must provide proof of Full Vaccination prior to entry. More information can be found here: https://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/publichealth/coronavirus/docs/guidance_proof_of_vaccination_for_businesses_and_organizations.pdf

 

Allison Au Quartet

Allison Au - saxophone
Todd Pentney - piano
Jon Maharaj - bass
Fabio Ragnelli - drums

Toronto-based alto saxophonist Allison Au (pronounced "ow") is a rising force as an improviser, composer and bandleader. Since assembling her quartet a decade ago she’s steadily gained recognition with a welcoming, interactive group sound inspired by post-bop idioms, Afro-Caribbean rhythms, pop music forms and R&B cadences.

Au’s debut album, “The Sky Was Pale Blue, then Grey” earned a Juno nomination in 2013, and her sophomore album “Forest Grove” seized the Juno for "Best Jazz Album of The Year: Group" in 2016. In 2019, the group garnered yet another Juno nomination for "Best Jazz Album of the Year: Group" for "Wander Wonder."

The Allison Au Quartet has toured extensively in Canada and the US. Winner of the 2017 Montreal Jazz Festival TD Grand Prix de Jazz, the 2017 Halifax Jazz Festival Sting Ray Rising Star Award, and a 2017 Finalist for Toronto Arts Foundation Emerging Jazz Artist Award, Allison was also featured in SFJAZZ’s 2018 list of "10 Rising Instrumentalists You Should Know."

 

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