Global Sounds at Gallery Bistro


Jocelyn Pettit Gallery Bistro Port Moody

The good folks at Gallery Bistro in Port Moody have always got something cooking as they combine local art and food in creative new ways.

This Wednesday, August 19, 2015 they are starting a new music series presented by Global Sounds. These exciting events are bringing together an eclectic range of musical types over five shows. It’s an opportunity to enjoy world class talent in an intimate setting – music at its best – up close, personal and acoustic.

Doors open at 6:00pm for these shows with a set menu dinner available for a song…just $12 + GST for the concert and $12 + GST for the dinner. Not a bad night out for $24. The music starts at 7:30pm. Limited seating is available so early reservations are recommended. Call 604.366.5159 to reserve your space.

Here’s what’s on tap for the shows:

  • Lachel Cercel and Band (lachecercel.com), Wednesday, August 19, 2015 – experience the flare and passion of traditional Eastern European melodies with swingin’ jazz harmonies
  • The Devon Wells Trio (banjohomeplace.blogspot.ca), Friday, September 4, 2015 – a founder of Tishomingo String Band, Devon Wells’ passion is traditional southern bluegrass, classic & original tunes
  • Jocelyn Pettit and Band (www.jocelynpettit.com), Saturday, September 12, 2015 – fiddler, stepdancer, featuring “New Trad” Celtic and world music
  • Zimbamoto Trio (www.zimbamoto.com), Saturday, September 19, 2015 – high energy modern African music
  • Mohamed Assani with Amarjeet Singh (www.mohamedassani.com), Saturday, September 26, 2015 – Mohamed Assani, celebrated sitar player, is deeply rooted in the artistic creations of South Asia; also a one of a kind innovator

There are always lots of other events happening at Gallery Bistro, from exhibitions to Jazz Jam Sessions to Greendrinks Tri-Cities to Creative People Talking and a whole lot more. To stay in the loop on what they’ve got planned stop by their website at www.gallerybistroportmoody.com.

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