Get ready for the roller-coaster music ride of your week!
Chris Tsujiuchi is a theatre performer, vocal coach, music director, and cabaret artist in Toronto. Theatre credits include Box 4901, Recurring John, Paradises Lost (Summerworks Festival), Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors (Lower Ossington Theatre), and Frank N Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (Hart House Theatre). Musical Direction credits include Parade (Toronto Musical Concerts) The Last Five Years (YRG Productions), Onegin (Musical Stage Company/National Arts Centre/Arts Club Western Canada Tour), 35MM (Toronto Premiere), Any Dream Will Do (Angelwalk Theatre & Theatre Collingwood), A Misfortune (Next Stage Festival), Mickey & Judy (Toronto Fringe/Best of Fringe), and bare (Canadian Premiere/WatersEdge Productions). Chris has worked as an accompanist and teacher at Sheridan College, Randolph Academy, and George Brown College. He has toured extensively with Sharron Matthews, the Nathaniel Dett Chorale, and can also be seen performing in Asian Riffing Trio (aka ART). @christsujiuchi on Instagram and Twitter
Lisa Froment started singing at the age of 9, and never stopped! She performed at events like Stars And Thunder in Timmins, in front of thousands of people, and many fundraisers over the years. Her first CD demo was at 17 years old. She recorded an album with her band, Fragmented Mind. The music video for ‘Twisted’ generated over 150k views. Today, she is co-writing with Producer/Musician/Juno nominated songwriter, Robert Laidlaw who will be performing with her this Saturday. Rob played in the new Platinum Blonde band, Lee Arron, Kim Mitchell, Alannah Myles, and many more -- yes, he's a certifiable rock star! http://www.robertlaidlawmusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/lisa.froment.3
More details to come so watch your email!
The Zoom link will be sent by email to everyone on the announcement list on Friday with a reminder on Saturday around 6 pm est. (Check your junk folder if you don't see it.) If you are not on it, or not sure if you're on it, well, get on it!
Click here: https://forms.gle/ZRU92mSqpP2wkEuq7
Between the house concerts and the ones I have been hosting with Jacques Russell Trio, we've been experimenting with different formats... and we found that Zoom concerts have great audio quality + great interactivity. It's almost as if we really are together in the same room! That's better than live streams not only for you in the audience, it's better for the musicians because we get to see.
There will be a virtual tip jar with suggested donation of $15 per person. Feel free to use it now! https://jacquesrusselltrio.com/ It's fun!