Event Info At A Glance
Price Overview: Free
Venue Overview: Toronto Music Garden
JUNO-winning bassist, singer and composer Brandi Disterheft takes us through an evening of standard and original compositions, all delivered in her powerful and compelling style.
Coup de Foudre
Watching Him Meet Her Again
Moonlight in Vermont
About Brandi Disterheft
JUNO-winning jazz bassist, singer and composer Brandi Disterheft commands the stage with her intoxicating Bossa Nova Jazz project.
Her new album SURFBOARD features jazz master George Coleman (known for his work with Miles Davis/ Herbie Hancock.) This double threat’s innovative live show transcends us on a rhythmic journey with unsurpassed dexterity on her bass fiddle juxtaposed by her ambient and sultry voice. Bursting out classics from the Bossa Nova 1960s jazz craze of Jobim and Gilberto to the American Songbook, her expressive music is full of irresistible propulsion and ever-surprising rhythmic colours.
The Toronto Music Garden is a wheelchair accessible park. Summer Music In The Garden concerts include 8 reserved spots for accessible seating on a first come, first served basis. As these performances take place in a park, they are inherently relaxed performances by nature.
Dates & Times
Between Lower Spadina and Dan Leckie Way