Maria Ho • Recording Artist & Vocalist

Events

Please join The Maria Ho Quartet for a special fundraising concert …

Join Us
  • Date: February 12, 2020
  • Time: 20:00
  • Location: Vancouver
  • Venue: Sanctuary in Brentwood - a Space of Grace for the Arts
Please join The Maria Ho Quartet for a special fundraising concert during Valentine’s week!

Where Jazz reflects on life, faith, love and hope …

Time: 8:00 pm

Location: The Sanctuary in Brentwood—A Space of Grace for the Arts, 1600 Delta Avenue, Burnaby

Refreshments served before and after the concert

Admission by donation

Partial proceeds from artist album sales will benefit cancer research

For more information on The Maria Ho Quartet, please visit MUSICALBREEZE.CA

and: https://bccancerfoundation.com/events/jazz-evensong-presents-maria-ho-quartet

About Maria:

With a smile in her voice, Maria’s impeccable articulation and precise diction captivate audiences in a musical breeze of swinging standards, romantic ballads and Brazilian rhythms. As a vocalist and recording artist, Maria has performed internationally. Last year, she performed in Italy, and this year in Las Vegas, Denver and North Carolina. Maria was invited by Dennis Bono to appear on his television show in Vegas after he discovered her music. Maria’s music can be heard regularly in New York, Denver, Canada and Italy. Maria is now working on her 4th album.

Accolades:

“To hear her sing is like a breath of fresh air.”– Gary Barclay, radio broadcaster (CHQM, National Public Radio and CBC).

“First of all, let me congratulate you on your great singing! Your voice sounds very full and has a very nice tone and timbre, and your intonation is perfect. I like your interpretation very much.”— George Robert, Director of the Jazz Department at Lausanne Conservatory in Switzerland, alto saxophonist, Officer in the Order of Arts and Letters of France.

“What a fabulous voice she’s got! She’s a great talent!”– Emmy Award-winner, Michael Leader, President of Leader D-Cinema Systems, Inc.

“You have excellent timbre … a voice suited to jazz.”– Ian McDougall, trombonist, composer, educator, Professor Emeritus, University of Victoria