Cat Toren's Human Kind

TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival presents

Cat Toren's Human Kind

Fri · June 30, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

The Ironworks

Vancouver, BC

$30 (Includes all fees, service charges and taxes)

This event is 19 and over

Will Call at 8:00pm. Lobby & Theatre doors at 8:30pm.
Methods of payment available at venue Box Office on Day of Show:
Cash, Debit, Visa and Master card.

Unless otherwise stated, discounted tickets are available before the day of show only. 

LIMITED SEATING available. Seating is on a first-come-first-served basis.

For groups of 15 or more, accessible seating and/or for Coastal Jazz members who prefer not to buy online, please call Coastal Jazz at 604-872-5200 ext 5.

Accessibility Info: There is a small lip at the front door which requires a little manoeuvre. The main floor of the venue and the washrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Cat Toren's Human Kind
Cat Toren's Human Kind
Vancouver-born, Brooklyn-based JUNO Award-winning pianist/composer Cat Toren’s Human Kind is a dynamic new project influenced by the free-form, socially conscious jazz of the late '60s as well as today’s resurgent civil rights movement. "Beautiful and adventurous" (CBC Radio), Human Kind channels Alice Coltrane and her contemporaries, making a powerful case for the expressive art of jazz’s ability to uplift, engage, and unite people. With local heavy-hitters Dave Say saxophone, Gordon Grdina oud/guitar, Tommy Babin bass, and Dan Gaucher drums, the empathic Toren uses bold atmospheric abstraction and fluid melodies to mix deep human warmth with creative fire!
Venue Information:
The Ironworks
235 Alexander St.
Vancouver, BC, V6A 1C2