Canada Day

Leader: Harris Eisenstadt

Years Active: 2007-present



Live Performances:

Date Venue Media
Dec 11 Greenwich House Music School  
Nov 18 Jimmy Glass Jazz Festival  
Nov 17 Jazzclub (Gent, Belgium)  
Nov 16 La Ribera (Bilbao, Spain)  
Nov 15 Bebop Bar (San Sebastian, Spain)  
Nov 14 GEMS (Singen, Germany)  
May 24 Douglass Street Music Collective  
May 23 Douglass Street Music Collective  
May 22 Douglass Street Music Collective  
May 21 Douglass Street Music Collective  
Jun 16 Cornelia Street Café (Canada Day III record release)  
Feb 29 Subterranean Art House (Berkeley) video
Feb 27 Ferguson Student Center Theater, University of Alabama  
Feb 26 Timucua House (Orlando)  
Feb 11 La Guardia Performing Arts Center  
Dec 9 Firehouse 12 (New Haven, CT)  
Dec 8 Cornelia Street Café  
Oct 11 Korzo  
Sep 18 Douglass Street Music Collective  
Jun 23[1] Kenny’s Castaways (Undead Jazz Festival)  
Apr 10 The Wind Up Space (Baltimore)  
Apr 9 Richmond Virginia Jazzfest (Richmond)  
Apr 8 Squidco (Wilmington, NC)  
Apr 7 Dialect Design (Charlotte, NC)  
Apr 6 Twins Jazz (Washington, DC)  
Apr 5 The Stone  
Feb 16 University of the Streets  
Nov 29[2] Cornelia Street Café  
Sep 21 Korzo  
Jul 3 Vancouver International Jazz Festival (Vancouver)  
Jun 20 Cabrini Green Urban Meadow (Red Hook Jazz Festival) video
Apr 14 Zebulon  
Apr 12 Local 269  
Feb 27 Ibeam  
Feb 26 Ibeam  
Oct 29 The Bop Shop (Rochester, NY)  
Oct 28 Hallwalls (Buffalo, NY)  
Oct 27 Tranzac (Toronto)  
Oct 27 York University (Toronto)  
Oct 25 Cornelia Street Café  
Oct 24 Cornelia Street Café  
Oct 6[3] Time Out New York the Volume  
Sep 16 Connelly Theater (Clean Feed Fest IV)  
Dec 5 Cornelia Street Café  
Dec 3 Monkeytown  
Jun 5 Le Grand Dakar  
May 7[4] Cornelia Street Cafe  
Jan 21 Spike Hill  
Dec 16 The Living Theatre  
Oct 30 Spike Hill  
Sep 9 Center for Improvised Music  
Jul 1 Bar 4  

[1] Jonti Siman replaced Garth Stevenson.

[2] On this date and prior, Eivind Opsvik played bass instead of Garth Stevenson.

[3] “Mini Canada Day”: Harris Eisenstadt and Nate Wooley.

[4] Billed as the Harris Eisenstadt Quinet, this early iteration of this band included Chris Lightcap on piano instead of Eivind Opsvik on bass.

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