Peggy Lee’s Echo Painting

Plus JP Carter (solo)


1882 Adanac Street

Thursday, November 3rd

8pm doors. 9pm showtime

$15-$20 Sliding Scale at the Door. (No one turned away for lack of Funds)

In 2015 Coastal Jazz commissioned Peggy Lee to compose a suite of music for a new 10 piece ensemble. Echo Painting was originally premiered at the 2016 edition of the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, and will be performed live at the WISE Hall on Thursday, November 3rd.

With many colours to draw upon, this suite of new compositions by Peggy Lee features music that is multi-layered, texturally varied and melodically rich.The 10 piece ensemble covers a lot of sonic ground from lush big band sounds to Stravinsky inspired chamber music to atmospheric improvisation and a classic tune by the Band.

With Brad Turner trumpet, Roderick Murray trombone, Jon Bentley tenor and soprano sax, John Paton tenor sax, Meredith Bates violin, Peggy Lee cello, Cole Schmidt guitar, Bradshaw Pack pedal steel guitar, James Meger bass, Dylan van der Schyff drums.

The commissioning and development for this project were made possible through the generous support of the BC Arts Council and the Province of British Columbia.


J.P Carter (solo)

JP Carter (Destroyer, Fond of Tigers, Dan Mangan, Inhabitants) is a vital contributor to Vancouver’s music community. JP incorporates a variety of techniques into his trumpet playing, utilizing and experimenting with acoustic and electronic methods to create a wide spectrum of sound; a sound described by BrooklynVegan as “epic and weird and amazing”.

The solo setting provides an excellent platform for JP’s effected & amplified trumpet work.