Mimosa
for booking contact:
Jeff Turner
jeff@turnerentertainmentgroup.com
604-662-4144 x221
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Mimosa
French Lounge, Westcoast Swing, Brazilian Sambas & more
The Vancouver quintet draws on Jazz, Brazilian Sambas, French 60ies pop and Cabaret music to concoct its own unique sound: gorgeous melodies, quirky lyrics, incredible groove and sky-high improvisations.

With three critically acclaimed Cds and festival appearances all over Canada (including the Vancouver and Montreal Jazz Festivals), they have become CBC favourites, selected first as the subject of a one-hour long documentary and more recently as one of four Western bands featured on television, radio and the web, in the popular "Mai de la chanson d’ici".

In September 2011 they also appeared on the French CBC show "Bien au show", for their final episode.

In 2012, Mimosa collaborated for the first time with dancers and a projectionist for a unique performance at the Sechelt Arts Festival. Recently, Mimosa toured the Okanagan with a brand new repertoire of originals and interesting arrangements of standards.

In 2016 they performed at various festivals, including the Harmony Arts Festival, the Gibsons Jazz Festival, the Pender Harbour Jazz Festival and many others.

Mimosa’s music is composed by the three women of the group and some of their compositions have been used in film and television (Rise of the Gargoyles, Mange ta ville, etc).

Lumiere also received a IMA composition award for Hotel des peines perdues and some of her songs have been rearranged for choirs (Echos du Pacifique).


Mimosa is:

Rebecca Shoichet - vocals
Anna Lumiere - piano/accordion
Karen Graves - sax/flute/vocals
Adam Thomas - bass
Bernie Arai - drums.


Although every member of Mimosa is also active on the Canadian music scene in many other groups, the band has been together for almost two decades and has developed a unique performance that will take you on an unforgettable journey into time and sound.
   


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