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Jazz impresario Marianne Trudel performs with bassist Ken Lister and Kelby MacNayr for a one-night show at Hermann’s Jazz Club. The Montreal performer won accolades at the 2007 Montreal Jazz Festival. The trio will be on stage Friday, Jan. 28, 8 p.m. Tickets: $10/$15 available by calling 250-388-9166.

Montreal pianist

at Hermann’s

Jazz impresario Marianne Trudel performs with bassist Ken Lister and Kelby MacNayr for a one-night show at Hermann’s Jazz Club. The Montreal performer won accolades at the 2007 Montreal Jazz Festival. The trio will be on stage Friday, Jan. 28, 8 p.m. Tickets: $10/$15 available by calling 250-388-9166.

Naughty Bits

showing again

Members of the Island Illustrators Society show some of their most intimate images in time for Valentine’s Day.

More Naughty Bits Showing sees 11 artists pay homage to erotica, love and relationships. The adults-only show, featuring new works, opens Jan. 28 with a gala dress-up reception at 7 p.m. The exhibit runs through Feb. 9 at the Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria, G6-1001 Douglas  St.  Visit www.islandillustrators.org for information.

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