A jazz concert to remember

Northwood United Church in Surrey presents Remembrance Day performance.

Jazz greats Karen Graves (above)

Four well-known musicians are set to grace the stage at Northwood United Church this weekend as part of the Surrey church’s Vespers in the Valley music series.

The Nov. 11 concert, titled A Song to Remember, will feature saxophonist/flautist/vocalist Karen Graves, as well as renowned musician Miles Black, bassist and composer Jodi Proznick, and percussionist Bernie Arai.

Sunday’s concert begins at 4 p.m. with admission by donation.

The ongoing church-hosted jazz vespers series will take place the fourth and second Sunday of each month, with concerts scheduled now through June 2013.

Other upcoming concerts will feature Jennifer Scott and Rene Worst (Dec. 9), Company B (Jan. 13) and the Gergana Velinova Quintet (Jan. 27).

Northwood United Church is located at 8855 156 St.

For more information, check www.northwood-united.org.

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