Gigs and Concerts

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Nancy’s voice has been featured at prominent Vancouver venues including: The Norman Rothstein Theatre, The Cultch Historic Theatre, The Orpheum Theatre, Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, St James Hall, Rossini’s Jazz Club, The Cellar, Frankie’s Jazz Club, Pat’s Pub Jazz Series, The Sylvia, Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. Nancy has also sung at international venues in France, The Harlem Jazz Club in Barcelona and Tula’s in Seattle, USA.    

Events in which Nancy’s music has been showcased include Chutzpah! (2003), Festival Vancouver ~Inside The Music Series, Port Townsend Centrum Jazz, Richmond Heritage Week Exposition, Dixon Divas (2017), Strong Women Strong Music (2019), Ladies of Jazz (2019), Music, Poetry, & Word Whip (music inspired by Glimpses of Africa Exhibit 2012) Jazz Evensong, Jazz Vespers in the Valley, and St. Andrews Wesley Jazz Vespers. 

Nancy has headlined numerous fundraising events such as: Own A Piece of the Magic (children’s book art fundraiser at Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, 2008), Walk The Read (Children’s Literacy fundraiser at Lexus Showroom), Suicide Prevention (Harley Davidson Showroom), Heavenly Waves (benefit for Darfur 2005), and A is for Africa (2017). 

With a flair for exploring musical themes, Nancy has self produced numerous concept based concerts including:  the “First Saturday Sessions” series at The Kino, and many events at Cottage Bistro such as: “Wildflower ~ Pop Hits Of The Past”, “Northern Night”, “Swing Into Summer”, and “Songs of the Sixties”.

Nancy has performed with some of Canada’s finest musicians including:  Grammy Nominated and Juno Award Winning Michael Creber, Miles Black, Jennifer Scott, Rene Worst, Tom Keenlyside, Karen Graves, Paul Blaney, Jody Proznick, Buff Allen, Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, and Craig Scott.  Nancy’s jazz stylings are influenced by the legendary jazz masters with whom she has studied, notably:  Sheila Jordan, Nancy King, Mark Murphy, Jay Clayton, Jennifer Scott, Greta Matassa, and Kate Hammett Vaughan.