Mardi jazz

From September to June, we welcome the great jazz artists from Winnipeg and from around the world!

Every Tuesday night | Show at 8 PM | Doors at 7:30 PM | $10 at the door  / $7 (students and seniors)
Antoine-Gaborieau Hall on the 2nd floor | CCFM | 340 Provencher Blvd.



June 4

Chet Breau

After a sold-out show last January, legendary guitarist Lenny Chet Breau is coming back to the CCFM on June 4… A Mardi Jazz concert not to be missed!


June 11

Steve Hamilton

Bassist Steve Hamilton is a thirty year veteran of the Winnipeg music scene. His musical experience as a bassist has covered many genres of music, from Classical to Folk, Rock to Jazz.
Steve is currently the Jazz Bass Instructor at Brandon University.
On June 11 at the CCFM, Steve will be joined by pianist Will Bonness and drummer Kevin Waters. The group will be playing original music as well modern Jazz standards by Pat Metheny, Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden.



June 18

Sol James

Winnipeg-based Sol James has a unique take on roots/blues with a soulful flair. Her music is joyful and honest, leaving audiences smiling, dancing, and celebrating the great stuff of life. Sol’s stage presence calls out to even the meekest of souls, breaking down walls and bringing the light in. She does this with a dependable dose of hilarity; You can hear a Sol James audience laughing a mile away.


June 25

Mardi Jazz on the patio

MJ Dandeneau+guests

Marie-Josée Dandeneau’s artistic achievements are staggered over a 20-years career that involves world tours and appearances on more than 50 albums. She’s one of the major figures of the indigenous music community, a woman that continually shares her success with the collectivity. Tonight, she will be surrounded by the wonderful voices of Suzanne Kennelly, Ariane Jean and Pierre Freyney. She will perform with musicians David Larocque, Jeremy Penner and Cody Iwasiuk.

A Saint-Boniface célèbre event

This last Mardi Jazz night of the year will take place on Daniel-Lavoie terrace (Stella’s patio). The admission is free.
This event is part of a summer festival called Saint-Boniface célèbre, that includes several activities in the French quarter of Winnipeg, from June 21 to 29. Discover the whole line-up on



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