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    Chords for Chordoma

    Date: November 9th, 2017
    Venue: The Lyric Theatre at the Toronto Centre for the Arts


    On November 9th, see some of North and South America's top jazz musicians with Chords for Chordoma | Jazz at the Lyric: A Pan-American Jazz Event, a musical celebration taking place at the Lyric Theatre at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.

    Enjoy an unique evening of Brazilian, samba, swing, and Cuban music is in support of Canadian cancer research. Performing on this special evening: Jackie Richardson, Reg Schwager, Kevin Turcotte, Dave Young, Dave Restivo, Pat LaBarbera, Memo Acevedo, Howie Silverman, Chico Pinheiro, Andre Mehmari, and Liz Rosa!

    Also in attendance with this musical line-up, Canada's restructuring and insolvency community will take the opportunity to honour one of their own, Dr. Janis Sarra who will be receiving a lifetime achievement award for her outstanding contribution to this community.

    The passion behind Chords for Chordoma comes from lawyer and jazz musician, Steven Golick.  In 2012, Steven was diagnosed with this very rare form of cancer that occurs in the bones of the spine  or skull.  With surgery and radiation therapy, he is currently cancer free, however chordoma returns.  This is Steven's way of giving back to other Canadians with chordoma and their circles of love, and the  community of medical professionals who deal with this rare form of cancer.

    Presented by the Canadian Chordoma Network.  All net proceeds will go to the Canadian Cancer Society for chordoma cancer research.

    Ticket prices range from $50-$100, and are available through ticketmaster.ca.
    For more information about Chords for Chordoma, visit canadianchordomanetwork.ca





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