Florence Beauquier-Léger is a saxophone and flute player on the Québec jazz and pop scenes. She is passionate about the sensitive and human side of improvised music. As she is now in her final year of a B.Mus in Jazz Performance at McGill’s Schulich School of Music, she will graduate having studied under Christine Jensen, Camille Thurman, and Marianne Trudel. Some of her musical inspirations include Wayne Shorter and Jane Ira Bloom.
Her quartet comprised of Ludovic Rochon on piano, Mason Jeffery-Off on double bass and Riley Dibble on drums is back at Upstairs with original music, compositions by women, as well as a festive surprise. A musical night full of joy and light awaits you!