Trio returns to Jazz Vespers in Sidney

The Stirling and Smiths Trio take the stage at St. John’s United Church on Nov. 1.

Joey Smith

SIDNEY— The Stirling and Smiths Trio will return to the Jazz Vespers performance series, taking the stage at St. John’s United Church on Nov. 1.

The group consists of Jan Stirling on piano and vocals, Joey Smith on bass and Dick Smith on alto saxophone.

All from different musical backgrounds and locations, the trio will perform at 7 p.m. on Nov. 1 on West Saanich Road across from Deep Cove School. There is no charge for admission, but an offering will be taken to cover the cost of the musicians and the Vespers program.

The Vespers series will continue on Dec. 6 with Heather Burns and Friends, along with the McRae/Rhodes Trio on Jan. 3

Those needing further information are encouraged to call Bernadette at 250 656 0875 or bernadettegreene@shaw.ca.

— Submitted by Jazz Vespers

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