Thanks for visiting Brian Tate Music. Brian is a Vancouver-based vocalist, composer/arranger, pianist, percussionist, choir director, and educator. This site contains information about his current performance projects, workshop offerings, and the choirs he is directing. On the Music page, you will find a list and description of some of Brian's choral compositions and arrangements.
Having experienced Brian Tate's musical leadership and musicianship on a number of occasions, I can testify that he brings exceptional energy and passion to the task. Brian doesn't just provide musical leadership. He becomes the music, embodying the message of peace, justice, and love in a way that is positively contagious. This is a man of deep integrity, whose music is driven by a deep purpose of personal and social transformation.
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Brian Tate and the City Soul Choir invite you to 'YES! A Gospel Extravaganza', an evening of soul-stirring gospel. The choir will perform exhilarating arrangements by the celebrated Mississippi Mass Choir, Florida Mass Choir, Timothy Wright, Brian Tate, and many others. Along with the choir's own marvellous soloists, special guest vocalist is local gospel/soul artist, Dawn Pemberton. Her powerful, expressive and soulful singing and presence will break your heart wide open - in a good way! Dawn will be featured on some songs with the choir, and will also stretch out with just the band on a few of her own selections. Laying down the groove are Michael Creber on piano, Adam Rohrlick on guitar, Brent Gubbels on bass, Phil Belanger on drums, plus very special guest musician, Bill Sample, who'll be spinning up Hammond B3 and synth grooves. YES! indeed.
Where: Michael J. Fox Theatre
7373 MacPherson Ave, Burnaby
When: Sat, Dec 7th, 7:30PM (doors open 7:00PM)
Tickets: $30 adults / $25 students & kids four and older/ $25 seniors 60 and older
Special offer: six tickets for $150
For tickets, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Photo courtesy of Event Solutions/Michael Gold and Jazz Impact