Thursday, February 1st Eddie and Quincy Bullen LIVE @ Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Kennet C. Rowe Hall, Halifax
Back by popular demand! For our third consecutive year Eddie and Quincy Bullen are back to awe and inspire audiences with their Dueling Pianos. Through Jazz, Classical, Calypso, Reggae, Pop and Blues piano music, Dueling Pianos celebrates the relationship between an immigrant father and his son.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT!
Eddie Bullen immigrated to Canada from Granada in the 1980s, and has since worked with such Caribbean, Canadian, and American artists as Melba Moore, Byron Lee, Deborah Cox, and Dee Dee Bridgewater. His work has been heard on many channels including City TV, YTV, Love & Hip Hop (American Television Series), and Wine TV Australia. To date, Eddie Bullen has produced over 150 albums. He continues to embark on new ventures through his record company, Thunder Dome Sounds.
Quincy Bullen, following in the footsteps of his Juno Award-winning father Eddie Bullen, is an accomplished pianist, composer, producer, and singer. Quincy first performed at the Caribbean Sunfest Festival at the age of seven, and has since made appearances at the Toronto Jazz Festival, Beaches International Jazz Festival, Parti Gras at the Toronto Distillery District, and the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, as well as at various festivals in the Caribbean. Quincy is a founding member of the jazz band Quintessential Boys, and has also embarked on an acting career yielding him several principal roles both on screen and on stage.