Kathryn Patricia Cobbler is a musician, artist, storyteller, and catalyst for creative experiences. As a multi-faceted musician-educator, she engages audiences of all ages in interactive performances, residencies, and musical workshops. In this interview, Kathryn talks about collaborating with other Ottawa-based artists and inspiring students to express themselves through visual arts and music.
Ottawa Jazz Orchestra
Ottawa jazz musician and leader of the Ottawa Jazz Orchestra Adrian Cho has created a system that lets musicians in different locations (and us in the audience!) see and hear each other play live. It’s called Syncspace.
Kathryn Patricia is a loop pedal violist known for creating immersive soundscapes.
From skating to music to theatre, read on for ideas for your weekend.
Adrian started out his creative journey with jazz. His last full time gig was ‘Director of Getting Shit Done’ at Shopify. Now he’s starting a wildlife photography service.
The Ottawa Jazz Orchestra, led by Adrian Cho, kicks off it’s 14th season on December 21st. Over the season there are six different programs and nine performances at the National Arts Centre Fourth Stage.
The world’s largest chamber music festival runs from July 25 to August 8 in Ottawa.
The OJO’s next concert is taking place at the National Arts Centre on February 23.
She’s offering a course on the subject of the art of jazz singing at Carleton University on October 24th.
Carleton’s Learning in Retirement program is in fact open to all ages, plus both schools offer a range of free lectures and cheap mini-courses.
While outdoor summer jazz concerts are just wistful memories now, there is a lot of great music for jazz fans to look forward to.