Another first for Woofstock!
In-house band Three Dog Day is set to perform at our Sweet 16!
This Trio of musicians will be playing some Jazz, Celtic and Classic geared to dogs.
Front row seating will be reserved for all dogs dressed in their best attire!
Where & When
Saturday, May 25 & Sunday, May 26
She hails from Toronto as a musician of 35 years, and brings with her both a classical background, as well as an established career in Music Theatre (original cast of Phantom of the Opera among many others) as well as television and radio, and yet is very much at home in light jazz, folk and pop. Gretchen is an accomplished singer, (as well as pianist, violinist and vocal coach/teacher).
She’s is really looking forward to blending everyone into this truly unique concert.
Sean is a multi-instrumentalist with a diverse background of performance, recording, and education. Perfecting his craft with over three decades of passionate engagement with a variety of musical genres, Sean has performed with Carnival Cruise Lines and numerous tribute bands across North America. He has led his own bands too, including The Sean Hully Jazz Group.
Bob hails from Montreal where he has been a fixture for over 40 years as a much sought after guitarist (and many other stringed instruments).
He has appeared on countless recordings, film scores, jingles, television and the concert stage. In 2011 Bob relocated to Toronto where he brings a wonderful vibe to any performance he is in, from folk, to rock to jazz, to alternative.
Peter has been active on the Toronto music scene for over thirty years. He began studying classical double bass and then jazz with bassist David Young. Early on he spent a year in Morocco teaching music to members of the Royal Morocan Military Band. Peter toured Austria and Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Jamaica with various music ensembles. He has recorded and/or worked with renowned Canadia jazz musicians such as Diana Krall, Oliver Jones, Kirk MacDonald, Colleen Allen, Jackie Richardson, Brian Dickenson, Robi Botos and Barry Romberg, amongst many other local musicians.