Remember the Music Concert – A Great Success!!!
Thank you to the more than 350 people who turned out / tuned in on Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. to watch Remember the Music, an online concert in support of Alzheimer’s Research at the U of T Faculty of Music/St. Michael’s Hospital and the important work of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. Over 60 wonderful reviews of the concert - here's a link to see some of the reviews. REVIEWS! Fabulously emceed by the wonderful Laura Fernandez – on-air host of Jazz.FM91’s Café Latino and featuring great jazz tunes performed by TranzitionzJazz, Hilario Durán, Jasmin Uglow, Ilana Waldston, Sam Broverman, the Jazz Project chorus and of course Laura herself. It included a trailer from The Cuban and part of an interview with The Cuban’s Director – Sergio Navarretta. Watch the full interview by clicking on it on the link to the right.
We’re keeping the momentum going. Here’s how...
We are going to re-broadcast the concert on Thanksgiving Weekend for people who couldn’t see it on Sunday or who want to see it again. It will be broadcast this Friday, October 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. EST. Ticket holders for last Sunday’s concert will receive a link to the concert through an Eventbrite email. New ticket holders can purchase their tickets by clicking on the Eventbrite button on the right. Click on the button to the right to get your tickets and support the Alzheimer's Society of Toronto.
As a thank-you gift to all ticket purchasers, we’re giving you a free copy of Jasmin Uglow’s well-received and evocative single, Fallen Hero, from her album Remember Me. By separate email through Eventbrite, ticketholders will receive the password to access the song on this website. Click on the button to the right to access your copy of Fallen Hero.
During the concert, Jasmin told you about her new album, Remember Me, which includes Fallen Hero. We’re organizing a Remember Me release concert online, hopefully later this year. It will be the encore to Remember the Music. Proceeds to the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. Stay tuned.