Wednesday May 1, 2019 7:00 pm
The Capitol Restaurant & Bar - 1843 Hamilton St, Regina
Proceeds going to:
TICKETS: $50 per person*
Includes a Three Course Dinner from Executive Chef Joel Williams
*taxes, ticket agency fees, and gratuity not included.
Join us for a very special night of fine food, handcrafted cocktails, and incredible live music from Toronto based jazz vocalist Cara Matthew featuring Juno award winning pianist Adrean Farrugia.
Tickets are $50 per person and include a special three course dinner specially designed for the night by executive chef Joel Williams.
Proceeds from the night will go to Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan, and important organization dedicated to creating opportunities for members and communities to collectively work together to end sexual violence in the province.
About CARA MATTHEW
Called “an artist to watch” by Canadian Music magazine, Matthew has long demonstrated a unique talent for transforming pop singles into jazz numbers. Matthew fell in love with jazz and blues in high school when a chamber choir teacher exposed her to the genres. Three years later, while still in high school, she won the BC Interior Female Jazz Vocalist of the Year Award. Ten years ago, Matthew packed up her life in Vancouver in order to relocate to Toronto and continue pursuing her dream. Since then, she has been featured in Entertainment Tonight Canada, played to sold-out venues nationwide, garnered radio play in countries as diverse as the Netherlands and Japan, and performed at the Burlington Sound of Music Festival on the OLG Stage.
For more information visit caramatthew.com
About SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES OF SASKATCHEWAN
Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS), is a provincial membership organization for agencies that support survivors of sexual violence. We currently have 9 member agencies; 3 members are sexual assault centers while the other 6 provide a multitude of services.
SASS does not provide front line work but rather we take a leadership role in creating opportunities for members, communities, governments to collectively work together to end sexual violence through the development of sexual violence awareness education, resources, capacity building initiatives and sustainable partnerships.
For more information visit sassk.ca