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Friday, 17 February 2017 16:25

This Sunday from 8-9am, it’s Arts Toronto with your host Mark Wigmore on JAZZ.FM91.

This episode:

Trey Anthony is the talented triple threat director, actress and playwright behind the international stage and television hit Da Kink In My Hair. She’s of West Indian heritage, an immigrant to Canada by way of the UK, and a LGBT Advocate. Her latest is How Black Mothers Say I Love You at the Factory Theatre, and it’s her most personal story to date. Mark Wigmore speaks to Trey Anthony in the JAZZ.FM91 studios.

And JAZZ.FM91 reflects on Black History Month by way of Giant Steps; Garvia Bailey’s new feature that tracks some of the greatest musicians to contribute to the Jazz Genre. This week, a focus on legendary bass player Charles Mingus.

And, saxophonist, composer and Juno Award winner Christine Jensen grew up the oddly musical city of Nanaimo BC. The transplanted Montrealer has teamed up with her sister Ingrid Jensen and released the album Infinitude. Christine sits down with Mark Wigmore for a career spanning conversation.

All that and beautiful jazz for a Sunday morning. Catch the show from 8-9am on Sunday.

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