The Jennifer Scott Trio will play the Lighthouse Bistro on Tuesday, April 23. (Photo submitted)

Leading jazz pianist to take to the stage in Nanaimo

The Jennifer Scott Trio will play the Lighthouse Bistro on Tuesday, April 23.

A premier jazz pianist will be tickling the ivories in Nanaimo next week.

The Jennifer Scott Trio will play the Lighthouse Bistro on Tuesday, April 23.

“Jennifer is one of Canada’s leading jazz pianist, singer, lyricist and a superb songwriter in the mode of Joni Mitchell…” notes an event press release. “She has multiple Juno nominations and is very well known among the genre.”

Scott will perform with bass player Rene Worst and drummer Hans Verhoeven.

The show is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $20 at the bistro, Fascinating Rhythm, Arbutus Music or www.quadwranglemusic.com.

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