On the Verandah 2019

On the Verandah 2019

Rob Tardik

An award winning guitarist and recording artist performing contemporary jazz/world instrumental music, Rob was featured on the Top 10 of Billboard's Contemporary Jazz charts. Rob received the 2018 Mississauga Instrumental Artist award. In 2017 he took 1st place in the International Acoustic Music Awards in the best instrumental composition for "Voyageur". He was named Canadian Smooth Jazz Guitarist in 2010. Rob's music can be heard on many jazz radio stations. He performs music from his critically acclaimed CDs across North America. Rob is also an active music educator, clinician for Long and McQuade, guitar faculty member at several colleges in the Toronto area and an active artist for Godin Guitars and D'Addario Canada.

On The Verandah is produced by the Friends of the Museums.

Due to expected weather conditions, please note that tonight's event will take place across the street from Benares Historic House at: St. Bride's Church, 1516 Clarkson Rd N, Mississauga, ON L5J 2W9.

Friday, July 19, 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
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