Celebrate Easter Sunday with Jazz Vespers

St. Phillip has been a vital part of spiritual life in the community for more than 50 years

Nestled on a quiet side-street in the heart of Oak Bay, St. Phillip has been a vital part of spiritual life in the community for more than 50 years.

And the perfect thing to do at St. Phillip might be to listen to an evening of jazz.

For the past four years, St. Phillip has been home to the monthly Jazz Vespers series, hosted by the Bob Watts Trio.

Featuring Pablo Cardenas on piano, Ross Macdonald on bass and  Bob Watts on drums, the trio is becoming a fixture on the Victoria jazz scene.

 

Enjoy a special Easter Sunday Jazz Vespers this Sunday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Philips Church, 2928 Eastdowne Rd.

 

 

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