Singer songwriter Aimée Butcher will be performing with her 4-piece band at St. Paul’s Anglican in Newmarket on Saturday, February 27th at 7:30 pm. Aimee will be singing selections from her internationally acclaimed debut album, “The World is Alright” which has been receiving regular airplay on CBC1 in Toronto and Montreal and on Jazz FM in Toronto. She will also be singing some new original tunes, and a few great arrangements of famous pop and jazz standards. Her band for the show will be Robin Claxton (drums), Jeff Deegan (bass), Joel Visentin (keyboard), and Brandon Wall (guitar).
St. Paul’s has excellent acoustics for musical performances.
Saturday, February 27th, 2016 at 7:30 pm @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church
Tickets only $15.00
There will be a wine bar.
For tickets call the church office at 905-853-7285 or at the door. We take Visa and Mastercard.
Biography of Aimée Butcher
Toronto Vocalist, Instructor, Musician
Aimée Butcher is an up-and-coming jazz vocalist and composer in the Toronto music scene,
originally from Mississauga, Ontario. At the age of five her passion for music developed onceshe began singing in her local church choir. After years of studying both classical and jazz music, Aimée became a graduate of the University of Toronto, where she earned her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Jazz Performance with Honours.
Aimée has studied with many notable Canadian jazz musicians including Christine Duncan,
Chase Sanborn, Alex Samaras, Phil Nimmons, Heather Bambrick, Shannon Butcher, Andrew
Jones and John Macleod.
Aimée is an active musician who has spent the past five years performing at many established Toronto venues including The Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar and the Jazz Bistro. She is also a busy side woman who performs with talents such as Chris Tsujiuchi, Robin Claxton, Rachael Cardiello, The Marwills, Christine Duncan’s Element Choir and the a cappella vocal group, The Wind and the Water.
In May of 2015, Aimée released her debut album, “The World Is Alright”, at the prestigious Jazz Bistro to a sold-out audience. Hailed as an innovative composer, her album has been wellreceived globally and has earned radio airplay on established radio stations such as CBC Radio (Toronto and Montreal) and Jazz.FM91. In September of 2015, Aimée’s original composition, “Autumn in Paris” was featured on the Toronto 311 “Call-In” Playlist.