left coast jazz fest

Monik Nordine Quartet
livestream November 21, 9pm

with Phill Albert, Miles Fuller and Rob Cheramy
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased through sidedooraccess.com


Here is a taste of their sound – https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1034817306962334

Joined by Rob Cheramy on guitar, Phill Albert on bass and Miles Fuller on drums, The Monik Nordine Quartet is a jazz group from Victoria, BC led by saxophonist Monik Nordine.  Nordine has received several prestigious arts awards including a Juno Award nomination for her work on the album Cruel Yet Fair (1997) with John Korsrud’s Hard Rubber Orchestra and has toured with Hugh Fraser’s band VEJI

“…virtuosic lyricism…” — Driftwood 

The Monik Nordine Quartet is heavily invested in Canadiana from Sonny Greenwich to Oscar Peterson and band originals, and each member is a composer in their own right.  Nordine and Cheramy have worked together for many years and Phill Albert recorded with her on the album Departures (2010).  Miles Fuller is new to the scene and a fresh voice on jazz drums and will have a long career starting in Victoria, BC  

(Miles Fuller, drums)
Musical curiosity is behind Vancouver Island-born drummer Miles Fuller’s dedication to his craft. An active musician since 2011, he has had the privilege of spending his life surrounded by artists and musicians, all of whom have had a large impact on both his musical approach and philosophy. The music he heard as a child was diverse, ranging from his parents’ collection of jazz greats, to his grandparents’ influence of flamenco and Celtic folk music of Spain, to the sounds of local, West Coast artists.

(Chris Watt, audio visual tech)
Chris is one of Victoria’s all-round musicians, performing on alto, tenor and baritone saxophones with local ensembles.  With a background as a military musician on clarinet and saxophone, Chris is also a skilled technician, and works at Long and McQuade Music repairing woodwind and brass instruments. He also has a background in recording tech and has created a streaming venue from his home in Saanich, BC.  He can often be heard playing the baritone saxophone with the Victoria Jazz Orchestra.

We had such a great time in July at the Sidney Community Music School with our Supersax Sax Camp. Here are some highlights from the concert –

Keep an eye on this page – we are hoping to put together a really fine event in July, 2021. Thank you for your support!


Described by Discorder Magazine as “a compositional tour de force”, Mike has had compositions of his performed, debuted, or commissioned by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Redshift Music, The Hard Rubber Orchestra, Ecstatic Waves, The Mackenzie Jones Big Band, Ontario’s Royal Military College concert band, as well as an international debuts and performances by Lara Neuss (Colorado, US) and Jerk In The Can (2016/17 European tour)



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Our lineup from 2019:

The New Cool



Monik Nordine Trio

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Jon Miller Quartet

Jon Miller Quartet


Jam Session with Astrid Lyre