Renowned jazz trumpeter Charles Tolliver is taking the stage with Schulich School of Music jazz students, choristers, and professors Camille Thurman and Darrell Green. Together they will perform Tolliver’s arrangement of Africa/Brass — a legendary album from Coltrane’s long line of exceptional jazz compositions.

Tolliver’s career as a jazz trumpeter spans five decades. Over that time, he has recorded and performed with renowned artists such as Roy Haynes, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, and many others. His rumbling style and fearless playing sets him apart from other trumpeters in his circle, and this is an incredible opportunity to see him in action!

Concert presented as part of Black History Month.