Cécile McLorin Salvant
TD Edmonton International Jazz Festival Presents

Cécile McLorin Salvant

With Special Guest Sunna Gunnlaugs
Wednesday, June 29 7:30 PM

Since winning the Thelonious Monk competition in 2010, vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant has been blazing trails in jazz and art music, earning multiple Grammys, receiving a MacArthur Fellowship, and sharing five critically acclaimed releases with music lovers across the globe.

Nothing quite prepares listeners for the visceral intensity and virtuosity of her vocal performances. Marking Cécile's first headlining performance at the TD Edmonton International Jazz Festival, she returns to present her newest album, Ghost Song. It’s rich with texture, unexpected instrumentation, and bears all the signatures of a McLorin Salvant project — thoroughly considered, carefully rendered, and absolute in its cohesion—while also being marked by the assured confidence of a once-in-a-generation artist stepping fully into her potential.


Cécile McLorin Salvant, Voice
Sullivan Fortner, Piano
Marvin Sewell, Guitar
Yasushi Nakamura, Upright Bass
Keita Ogawa, Percussion


Seating Area Adult Ticket Price Student / Senior Ticket Price
Orchestra Rows AA- S $69.00 $58.65
Orchestra Rows T- X & Terrace $59.00 $50.15
Dress Circle $49.00 $41.65

Prices listed do not include service charges.

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