Dinner and Concert with Janet Bickerton and Marcel Aucoin, September 30th, 2022
September 30 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$15
Janet Bickerton and Marcel Aucoin will be performing at Cabot Shores on Friday, September 30th, part of the Cabot Trail Acoustic Festival and Concert Series hosted by the Good Health Festival Society at Cabot Shores.
Start your evening with a delicious three-course dinner in the Cabot Shores Bistro. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, a local seafood lover, a carnivore, or somewhere in between, you’ll be sure to find something on our menu that delights your taste buds! Let us know of any dietary restrictions and we will do our best to accommodate.
6:00-7:30 pm: Dinner at Cabot Shores Bistro
7:30-9:30 pm: Concert with Janet Bickerton and Marcel Aucoin
9:30-10 pm: Music Jam (All welcome!)
Tickets and Reservations:
More about our performer:
Janet Bickerton from Sydney has been singing and playing guitar most of her life. She has been around jazz players and has been singing jazz “in the kitchen” for a long time, but has recently started performing jazz with the Carl Getto trio. She is loving it – and the audience seems to love it as well. She was featured vocalist at this year’s 2020 Jazz Festival with the Carl Getto band. Janet offers up a delightful selection of classic jazz standards along with a mix of her favorite tunes.
Marcel Aucoin has been working in Toronto as a composer, arranger, pianist, singer songwriter and educator since 1998. During this time he has held weekly gigs at the Cameron House, Gate 403, and the Rex Hotel Jazz and Blues Bar in addition to performing in the TD Toronto Jazz festival, Distillery, and 416 Toronto Creative Improvisers Festivals.
In 2005 he stepped out of his role as a sideman to release his first CD as a leader: WEIRD COCKTAIL, a quirky mix of funk, jazz and classically inspired original pieces that Carl Wilson of the Globe and Mail described as “a corkscrewed concoction that goes down easy, combining a searcher’s sensibility with influences from the exotica end of the jazz spectrum.”.. Read more