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From Django to Infinity and Beyond!
May 27 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
The Trio Triple H, with violinist Aline Homzy, (performing from Toronto), guitarist Daelin Henschel (performing from North Bay), and bassist Michael Herring (performing from Toronto) will perform together for the very first time with a live-across-the-Internet performance.
This dynamic trio will transport you to 1930s France, where hot club music was at its peak, and from there you’ll be taken on a journey to infinity and beyond as they fuse elements of gypsy jazz and world music together with original compositions contributed by each member of the group, and standards you know and love.
You’ll be dazzled by this group’s virtuosity, energy, and their musical connection. Don’t miss this powerhouse trio performing together for the very first time. Making collaborations like this possible is why we built the syncspace platform!
You can watch this show live on YouTube or in our amazing virtual venue. Would you like to share this experience with someone you can’t meet up with in person? Perhaps someone far away? Purchase a BRING A FRIEND ticket and sit together in the virtual venue at your own table where you can chat while watching the show together. After the show, join us in the virtual venue to hangout with the band in some wonderfully fun springtime scenes.
If you can’t make the live show, you can watch the recording on YouTube.
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About the musicians
Aline Homzy is an award-winning violinist and composer. Originally from Montreal, born to a Québécois mom and an American dad with Eastern-European roots, Aline’s original music reflects her culturally-diverse background. Beyond composing music, Aline is a regular violinist in the studios of Toronto, recording other artists’ original music. Aline is seeked-out for her lightning-fast sight-reading skills, her deep knowledge of jazz and improvisation, and her musicality and upbeat personality. Some artists that she has recorded for include David Occhipinti, Andrew Downing, Iskwé, The Weather Station, Amanda Tosoff and many more. She is also the leader of the string section for SymphRONica (2019 Juno-nominated), Maurizio Guarini’s “A Goblin’s Chamber Music”, De Bouche à oreille – série de spectacles francophone, and many other Toronto- based projects that record and perform in the city. Aline has also performed and/ or recorded with international artists such as Munir Hossn (Brazil), Emma Smith (Edinburgh), Jake Sherman (USA), Leah Michelle (USA), Ed Sheeran (Great Britain), Danilo Perez (Panama), Cho Yongwon (South Korea), Mikko Hildèn (Sweden), amongst others. Aline has performed in halls and venues such as Koerner Hall, Massey Hall, The Glenn Gould Studio, the Burdock, the Great Hall, various stages for the TD International Toronto Jazz Festival, Festival international de jazz de Montréal, Stockholm International jazz festival and many chamber-music and jazz-related concert series.
Daelin Henschel is a guitarist from North Bay, Ontario. He has primarily devoted his musical energy to acoustic music, specializing in solo acoustic guitar as well as formally studying jazz at Humber college. He is excited to be performing on the syncspace virtual stage alongside two seasoned musicians to bring you a sincere performance of high-quality music and entertainment!
Michael Herring is a double-bassist and composer based in Toronto who writes, performs and records across genre lines, equally comfortable in jazz as in roots settings, including folk, world, and pop/rock. Herring leads and co-leads a number of groups which focus on original music of which he is a major contributor. Herring’s compositions and bass playing can also be heard in the collectives Way North (New York/Toronto collaboration with Petr Cancura, Rebecca Hennessy and Richie Barshay). Herring has toured and recorded with such great musicians as Kevin Breit, Michael Ward-Bergeman (New Orleans), Ab Baars (ICP/Amsterdam), Ken Vandermark, Dave Clark, David Braid, Mansa Sissoko (Mali, Africa), Bucky Pizzarelli, Percy Sledge, and Ernest Ranglin. He received a Chalmers Arts Fellowship (through the Ontario Arts Council) and used it for an extended stay in New York City.