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Top-notch jazz at Ottawa Public Library

You can borrow great "blue note" jazz CDs from the Ottawa Public Library, and occasionally you can hear the real thing too! The fabulous jazz stylings of vocalist Kinga Górny and her Quartet wowed the crowd in the Chamber at Nepean Centrepointe on May 11. The concert titled, "It Might as Well be Spring", featured the classic jazz of Cole Porter, the Gershwins, George Shearing and Benny Goodman, to name a few, and was sponsored by the Polish Canadian Women's Federation (PCWF).

Left to right: Barbara Woźniak, PCWF, and MC for the evening; Ewa Zadarnowski, President, PCWF, Ottawa Branch; Richard Whireman (piano); Kinga Górny (vocalist); Neal Davis (bass); Roman Górny, Manager; and Kevin Brow (drums).
Kinga Górny, Neal Davis, and Kevin Brow on stage in the Chamber.

Source: "Preview at the Ottawa Public Library", Fall 2002

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It Might as well be Spring: A Concert for Jazz Lovers with the Kinga Górny Quartet

The four-member Kinga Górny Quartet will perform greatest and best loved jazz classics. Lead vocalist, Kinga Górny has performed with Canadian Jazz greats Renee Rosnes and Guido Basso. Instrumentals Neal Davis, Greg de Denus and Hans Verhoeven. This event is co-hosted by the Polish Canadian Women's Federation.
Saturday, May 11, 2002, 7 p.m.
$12 for Adults; $10 for Seniors & Children under 16
For tickets call Ewa at (613) 739-8663.

Source: "Preview at the Ottawa Public Library", Spring 2002

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