Minneapolis jazz singer Debbie Duncan gets close and comfy with saxophonist Bill Runge as Buff Allen on drums and Rick Kilburn on bass look on during the Debbie Duncan Quintet’s performance at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on Tuesday, Feb. 27 in celebration of The Old School House Arts Centres 30th birthday, and 20 years of the music program there. — Adam Kveton Photo

VIDEO: Concert held to celebrate TOSH’s 30th birthday

Russian classical quartet, Jazz singer perform Feb. 27.

The Old School House Arts Centre celebrated its 30th birthday at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre with a concert on Tuedsay, Feb. 27.

Performing were Russian classical group Rimsky-Korsakov String Quartet and jazz singer extraordinaire Debbie Duncan alongside several B.C. musicians, including TOSH’s own Ron Hadley who runs the music programming at TOSH.

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