Multi-award winning Canadian jazz crooner extraordinaire Ori Dagan continues to hold court over his weekly livestream concert series through the month of June with an all-new lineup of themed events!
First up, the multi-talented, multi-award winning artist kicks off the sixth month in the calendar with an All-By-Request evening that’ll see Dagan deliver a mixed array from his bag of musical tricks.
Audiences are invited to celebrate Ori’s birthday on Thursday, June 11th’s show, and Pride cyber-style in Tribute to Judy Garland June 18th.
June 25th will see Dagan herald The Music of Cole Porter in It’s Delovely.
All shows go live at 2pm & 7pm EST via Ori Dagan’s Facebook page found here.
Thursday, June 4th @ 2pm & 7pm EST via Facebook
Ori’s Birthday Party Concert!
Thursday, June 11th @ 2pm & 7pm EST via Facebook
Pride Show in Tribute to Judy Garland
Thursday, June 18th @ 2pm & 7pm EST via Facebook
It’s Delivery: The Music of Cole Porter
Thursday, June 25th @ 2pm & 7pm EST via Facebook
Ori Dagan’s critically acclaimed releases S’Cat Got My Tongue (2009) and Less Than Three <3 (2012) established a daring musical adventurer on the global jazz landscape.
Having won numerous accolades for his witty and inventive original songs — from “Googleable” (his ode to a search engine) to “Clap on the 2 and the 4” (an anthem for the rhythmically challenged), it’s his release Nathaniel: A Tribute to Nat King Cole (2017) and accompanying collection of imaginative and delightful videos — jazz music’s first ever visual album — that have created the largest bounty of awards for the singer yet.
Debuting at #1 on the iTunes Canada Jazz Chart and hitting more than 100k views on YouTube within days of release, Nathaniel: A Tribute to Nat King Cole delighted audiences with its flash of inspiration towards Cole’s notable works. The dynamic multi-media project was widely lauded for pushing artistic boundaries and leveraging the status quo; it has won tens of Canadian and International awards, and continues to receive top features at countless festivals around the world — including SXSW, the inaugural Public Diplomacy Week in Seoul, Korea, the TanJazz Festival in Tangier, Morocco, and 2019’s Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival.