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Camille Garvey is just one of the performers at the upcoming Young People
Camille Garvey is just one of the performers at the upcoming Young People's Concert tomorrow (Feb. 26).
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The Young People's Concert Series presents a full jazz program at its next concert tomorrow evening (Feb. 26) in Tsawwassen.

The series aims to showcase young performers in Delta and neighbouring communities, and this month is no different.

The concert features South Delta Secondary Grade 12 student Karalee Congo, who won 'Best Senior Jazz Vocalist' in the Envision Jazz Festival, the "warm and sultry voice" of Camille Garvey, and returning favourite Caitlin Toom whose sweet and organic vocals will be accompanied by guitar.

Also on the program is the Delta Community Music School's Junior Jazz Ensemble, which will perform several jazz tunes featuring their improvisational skills.

From the Vancouver Tap Dance Society's young performing ensemble Tap Co. is member Alexandra Clancy, who has danced across the Lower Mainland and in tap festivals in Chicago, L.A., and D.C.

Tickets for the concert at Tsawwassen Arts Centre (1172 56 St.) are $8 at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m. For more details, call 604-596-1025.

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