The Festival International de Jazz de Montreal is irresistible to jazz fans. The events all take place in a concentrated area of downtown Montre…
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The Festival International de Jazz de Montreal is the largest jazz festival in the world.
By Gunjan Sewhani
Gunjan from Resident Magazine sat down for a chat with Cole Rumbough: up-and-coming jazz and cabaret singer. We absolutely loved hearing his story!
By Jeanine Zelkas
Evidence of a former incarnation is written all over the walls of Gradisca, with old framed posters advertising the various jazz and cabaret acts that once performed at the 70‘s nightclub known as Reno Sweeney. Soft jazz music playing in the background, rustic highlights, candlelit tables, low ceilings, and a combination of warm red-painted and brick walls additionally lend themselves to the jazzy ambiance of what is now a fabulous refined Italian restaurant. Entering its thirteenth year in business, Gradisca’s menu maintains high standards for quality cuisine that is largely inspired by the owner’s beloved “Mamma” who regularly handcrafts much of the pasta on-site.