RON DAVIS & SYMPHRONICA TAKE OVER LONDON FOR CANADA 150

Saturday July 1, 2017
Trafalgar Square, London, England

Ron Davis and SymphRONica have been invited by Canada’s High Commission in the U.K. to perform in the heart of London- historic Trafalgar Square– on July 1, Canada Day as part of CANADA 150 – the official celebrations of Canada’s 150 birthday.

The past few years have been good to Ron and his team. Their “Pocket SymphRONica” recording topped the charts, and they were honored with being the Critic’s Choice performers at the 2015 Pan Am Games. They finished an impressive 10-show run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016– AND became BBC Radio 3 regular performers.

It looks like 2017 is going to be another exciting year for Ron and SymphRONica. After captivating the crowds at the Chamber Music America Conference in New York City- where they were jury-selected performers- they have also been invited back to Edinburgh to perform 12 more shows! BBC Radio 3 is also excited to potentially have them back as guest performers.

Details for their performance in London are being finalized. Stay up to date with all the latest Ron Davis and SymphRONica information here.


Ron Davis' SymphRONica Plays Trafalgar Square for Canada 150!

Saturday July 1, 2017 12:00 noon
Trafalgar Square, London, England

Ron Davis and SymphRONica have been invited by Canada’s High Commission in the U.K. to perform in the heart of London-historic Trafalgar Square-on July 1, Canada Day as part of CANADA 150 – the official celebrations of Canada’s 150 birthday!


RON DAVIS CD RELEASE! "RhythmaRON" - Solo Piano Piano @ The Jazz Bistro

Wednesday June 21, 2017 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Jazz Bistro – 251 Victoria St, Toronto, (416) 363-5299 / jazzbistro.ca

Ron releases his 11th recording, but his first all-solo piano outing: RhythmaRON. New and innovative arrangements of jazz standards and original tunes by Ron. The evening will feature solo performances by Ron, as well as duo work with long time collaborator Mike Downes on bass.


RON DAVIS CD RELEASE! "RhythmaRON" - Solo Piano Piano @ The Jazz Bistro

Tuesday June 20, 2017 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Jazz Bistro – 251 Victoria St, Toronto, (416) 363-5299 / jazzbistro.ca

Ron releases his 11th recording, but his first all-solo piano outing: RhythmaRON. New and innovative arrangements of jazz standards and original tunes by Ron. The evening will feature solo performances by Ron, as well as duo work with long time collaborator Ross MacIntyre on bass.


Daniela Nardi at Mezzetta

Wednesday May 31 9:00pm-11:00pm
Mezzetta Restaurant – 81 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1A7
(416) 658-5687 / mezzettarestaurant.com
$10 cover

Daniela Nardi performs Italian jazz interpretations and originals with Ron Davis and guitarist Kevin Barrett at one of Toronto’s longest-running jazz venues, with fine Mediterranean dining.

The Play's The Thing - A Shakespearean Gala Banquet

Sunday April 23, 2017
Doors 6:30 / Music 7:30

University of Toronto – Hart House Great Hall
7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto, Toronto

Ron Davis will be one of two musicians, along with the great French theatre composer and performer Jean-Jacques Lemêtre at this star-studded gala evening of theatre celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of The University of Toronto’s Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. It is also the 150th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada, and the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death.

The Play’s the Thing! celebration brings together a panoply of international and national theatre directors associated with the Drama Centre. They will transform the Hart House into a space of sensory delight staged in Shakespearean splendour. The professional talents of Johanna Schall, Herbert Olschok, Norbert Kentrup, Katka Schroth, Robert Lepage, Daniel Brooks, Kate Lynch, Ken Gass, and Colin Taylor will join those of renowned Drama Centre alumni and its current students in a presentation of newly imagined Shakespearean scenes and tableaux staged in a festive atmosphere of period musical interludes. The evening will conclude in the Great Hall with a Shakespearean banquet, making The Play’s the Thing into a truly unique experience for all of its participants.

INFO/TICKETS: here,