Further Series: Alan Matheson Septet

Time: 7:30pm
Date: 2019 May 18
Location: Pyatt Hall

Vancouver Pro Musica


  The Alan Matheson Septet

(A concert in the Further Series)

Saturday, May 18 at 7:30pm at Pyatt Hall in Vancouver

Tickets: $15 Students, $20 General

Buy Tickets in Advance at alanmathesonseptet.brownpapertickets.com



Avamaa {“Open Land”}  (Alan Matheson/Riina Tamm)

Freshet (Craig Day)

Another Dream Of You (Thomas Houlden)

À Propos (Adri Lake)

Juggernaut (Michael Coury)


À L’arrache (Ian Wright)

O Tinto Quatro (Réjean Marois)

Folk Songs (Allie O’Neill)

27 (Ila Zbarsky)

Splatter (Caralyn Taylor)

About the Artists:

The Alan Matheson Septet has been an important part of the Vancouver jazz scene for over twenty years. Their first CD release Intrada features original compositions by Alan Matheson that reflect a wide range of musical influences from Ellington to Woody Shaw. The septet also plays compositions by band members Rob McKenzie, Dave Branter and Craig Scott as well as jazz classics by Billy Strayhorn, Fletcher Henderson and Stan Kenton. Their “little big band” sound has impressed audiences at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, the Pender Harbour Jazz Festival and on the air via CBC Radio’s Hot Air and Tonic programs. The personnel of both groups is made up of some of Vancouver’s most versatile musicians, all equally at home in jazz, classical and popular music.

  • Alan Matheson on trumpet (doubling flugelhorn and piano)
  • Rob McKenzie on trombone
  • Ben Henriques on alto saxophone (doubling soprano saxophone)
  • David Branter on tenor saxophone (doubling clarinet)
  • Jon Roper on electric guitar
  • Laurence Mollerup on acoustic bass
  • Craig Scott on drums