Music for the soul

Company B Jazz Band played in Jazz Vespers in the Valley series at Northwood United Church.



Company B Jazz Band played Northwood United Church on Nov. 24 as part of the church’s Jazz Verspers in the Valley series.

From left (video) are Jackie Nguyen, Juhli Conlinn and Shannon Scott.

Company B upright bassist Jennifer Hodge (photo) returns on Jan. 12 with the Jennifer Hodge All Stars dixieland band.

Other upcoming jazz vespers:

• Dec. 8 – Jennifer Scott, Jodi Proznick and friends;

• Jan. 26 – Kristian Braathen PK3+1, Laura Crema;

• Feb. 9 – Diane Lines; and

• Feb. 23 – Dominic Heins (jazz/swing piano).

Jazz Vespers take place every second Sunday (with some exceptions) at 4 p.m. at Northwood United Church, 8855 156 St. For more information, visit www.northwood-united.org

Photos and video by Boaz Joseph / The Leader

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