Jazz artist Andrea Superstein will be performing at the MAC on Nov. 11.

Andrea Superstein at the MAC in Parksville

Tickets are ready for pre-sale at the MAC box office

McMillan Arts Centre officials say they are thrilled to kick off the first Jazz concert of the 2016-2017 series with an intimate performance by Andrea Superstein.

Superstein will be performing at the MAC on Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 or $12 for Oceanside Community Arts Council members.

Tickets are ready for pre-sale at the MAC (133 McMillan St., Parksville) box office, online or at Cranky Dog Music (154 Morison Ave., Parksville). Any remaining tickets will be available at the door.

The Montreal-born, Vancouver-based artist is celebrating the release of her sophomore album What Goes On.

Superstein’s debut performance at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in 2010, earned her a nomination for a Galaxie Rising Star award and launched her career. She has appeared at a variety of festivals, events, and venues. During her most recent tour, she was featured at the Calgary all-Canadian jazz festival and the Yardbird Festival in Edmonton.

Superstein’s music takes swing, blues, Latin and ballad and subtly infuses pop, indie rock and other unexpected styles and elements.

Superstein is currently in development on a new album, this time as a songwriter in three languages.

For more information on Superstein and her music, visit her website.

— Submitted by the MAC

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