Leila Neverland is a pianist, vocalist and composer. (Submitted)

Leila Neverland playing Revelstoke Jazz Club

The show is May 17

Leila Neverland will perform at the Revelstoke Jazz Club on May 17.

Neverland is an energetic performer who is well known to Revelstoke audiences.

She will be joined by Mountain Sound.

Drawing from classical piano training, a childhood spent in Toronto’s Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus and a good number of years listening to Ella Fitzgerald on repeat, Neverland is trying to break into the West Coast music scene with her powerful voice and thought-provoking original songs.

Most recently, she amplifies her music with accompaniment by Dylan Ranney on percussion and Nils Loewen on cello, but you can still catch her solo and unplugged.

The Jazz Club is located in the Selkirk Room at the Regent Hotel.

Admission is by donation, doors open at 7 p.m

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