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Cat Toren

A couple of years ago pianist Cat Toren followed her jazz dream and  moved from Vancouver to New York City. Now she's visiting her hometown to play the Vancouver International Jazz Festival as one quarter of the Juno award winning Pugs and Crows, and as a solo artist. She'll also stop by Hot Air to share some songs and stories about jazz life in the big apple with you and host Margaret Gallagher.
Image by Michael Asti Rose Photography

West Vancouver's Jazz Waves festival begins 28 June at the Silk Purse

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