Swingin’ With Oscar

March 09, 2017 clock 06:30 PM


Lula Lounge
Toronto, ON

plus Radar

Ticket Booth

$30 at the Door

Presented by:

Lula Music And Arts Centre

Event Details

Presented by Lula Music and Arts Centre

The Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble pays tribute to Montreal's very own Oscar Peterson.

Doors open: 6:30 pm, show starts: 7:30 pm

Admission: $22 in Advance / $30 at the Door

Dinner reservations guarantee seating. Call 416 588 0307 to reserve your table.



Born in Montreal in 1925 in the working-class neighbourhood of Little Burgundy, Oscar Peterson became one of the most important pianists in the entire history of jazz. As accompanist to the greatest jazz vocalists of all time, including Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, and as recording artist for the famous Verve Records label, recognition of his talent quickly spread far beyond his hometown.


Enjoy Dinner Before The Show!

Dinner reservations guarantee seating and a great start to the evening.

On weeknights, Lula offers our delicious tropical fusion dinner menu à la carte, with appetizers and mains ranging in price from $8 - $38, and each of our house-made desserts priced at $8. Reservations are accepted for those looking to dine with us via the OPENTABLE widget or by calling in to Lula - 416.588.0307. Admission to the show is additional.

Dinner Menu

Lula's culinary team has created a distinctive menu that like Lula itself, is decidedly international with a Latin soul that shines through in everything we do.


More about Rémi Bolduc

Playing that is both intense and under control, breathtaking precision, magnetic stage presence, refreshing original compositions: that’s the formidable package offered by Rémi Bolduc, one of Canada’s best jazz saxophonists.

Acclaimed at the most important venues from New York to Paris by way of Geneva, Tokyo and Beijing, Rémi Bolduc captivates the audience with the dazzling virtuosity and stunning maturity that have made him a most accomplished musician.

With his band, the Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble, he composes and plays numbers that convey his formidable energy and spontaneity, allowing his organic sound to breathe freely.