You’re invited to a great night of music at the Lennox and Addington County Museum in Napanee. On Thursday, February 28th at 7pm, join Chantal Thompson for a performance Live at the Museum.
Chantal Thompson is a Canadian singer/songwriter who has been entertaining audiences for decades. Whether it's Rock n Roll, Blues, R&B or Jazz, she delivers her music with a passionate soulful voice. With influences of Diana Krall, Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone and Ornette Coleman, it's sure to be an evening at the Museum you won't want to miss.
'Live at the Museum' is proudly presented by the County of Lennox & Addington. Tickets are $3 each and are available at the door. Find out more at www.CountyMuseum.ca or call 613-354-3027.
About Chantal Thompson:
Chantal Thompson is a self-taught musician starting in high school where she formed her first band, won local competitions and opened for well-known acts. While studying Philosophy at Queen’s University, Chantal fronted the band “JOYY” which played weekly for sold out crowds for three years. They also travelled to Montreal, Toronto and Russia.
Chantal formed a seven piece nu-jazz band called “Directions” and was picked up by The Agency Group, a prestigious international booking agency. Chantal’s “Directions” toured across Canada, playing at the Montreal Jazz Festival and as well as being the top pick at The Jazz Café in London England. While touring with her band, Chantal has also written songs for TV series Metropolis and Canadian Indie film, Amateur Night.
In her most recent musical journey, Chantal moved to New York where she had a successful audition for a jazz master vocal workshop with Mark Murphy and Jay Clayton. While in New York she teamed up with some of the top jazz instrumentalists and recorded her first solo jazz album, Sirens & Stars.
Now living in Gananoque Ontario, Chantal collaborates with Canada's top jazz musicians, such as Juno nominated guitarist, Michael Occhipinti and bassist George Koller. Currently she is busy working toward a new recording project playing with Kingston's finest musicians.