Enjoy live performances of Tricia Dalgleish, either as a solo performer or with one of several bands she is a member of.

You will find the Jazz standards “Mack the Knife”,”Summertime” and “I’ve Got Rhythm” by George Gershwin and “The Pink Panther” by Henri Mancini.

Tricia also cover numerous pop and R&B favourites – shown here are “Just the Two of Us” and Rhianna’s “Stay”.

Tricia’s comman of the Classical numbers is to be experienced. You can listen to Debussy’s “Claire de Lune” and Beethoven’s “Rondo” or watch the video of Tricia performing Chopin’s “Waltz in E flat Major”.

Latin sounds are demonstrated by “Mas Que Nada” by Jorge Ben and in several videos of exciting performances with Major Mambo. This Kelowna Latin Band can be enjoyed the last Saturday of every month at Soul de Cuba Cafe.

"Mack the Knife"

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano & Vocals

"Mack the Knife" or "The Ballad of Mack the Knife", originally "Die Moritat von Mackie Messer", is a song composed by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Bertolt Brecht for their music drama Die Dreigroschenoper, or, as it is known in English, The Threepenny Opera. It premiered in Berlin in 1928 at the Theater am Schiffbauerdamm. The song has become a popular standard recorded by many artists, including a US and UK number one hit for Bobby Darin in 1959. - Wikipedia.org

"Summertime"

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano & Vocals

"Summertime" is an aria composed in 1934 by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess. The lyrics are by DuBose Heyward, the author of the novel 'Porgy' on which the opera was based, although the song is also co-credited to Ira Gershwin by ASCAP. - Wikipedia.org

"I Got Rhythm" by George Gershwin

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano

"I Got Rhythm" is a piece composed by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin and published in 1930, which became a jazz standard. Its chord progression, known as the "rhythm changes", is the foundation for many other popular jazz tunes. The piece was originally penned in the key of D flat major. The song melody uses four notes of the five-note pentatonic scale, first rising, then falling. A rhythmic interest in the song is that the tune keeps behind the main pulse, with the three "I got..." phrases syncopated, appearing one beat behind in the first bar, while the fourth phase "Who could..." rushes in to the song. - Wikipedia.org

"The Pink Panther" by Henry Mancini

Tricia Dalgleish (piano) , Edmund House (bass), Trevor Salloum (drums)

"The Pink Panther Theme" is an instrumental composition by Henry Mancini written as the theme for the 1963 film The Pink Panther and was then nominated for the 1964 Academy Award for Best Original Score. The tune, originally played in the key of E minor, is noted for its quirky, unusual use of chromaticism which is derived from the Hungarian minor scale with raised 4th and 7th degrees. - Wikipedia.org

"Just the Two of Us"

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano & Vocals

This video was taken when Tricia was playing live at Kelowna's Lounge. "Just the Two of Us" was written by Bill Withers and originally recorded by Grover Washington, Jr.

"Stay"

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano & Vocals

In this recording Tricia is performing at Kelowna's Rotary Centre for the Arts in 2016. "Stay" is a song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her seventh studio album, "Unapologetic" (2012).

"Waltz Op 18 in E flat Major" by Chopin

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano

A video taken while Tricia performs for her annual piano students recital in Kelowna BC. December 2016.

"Rondo" by Beethoven

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano

Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13, commonly known as Sonata Pathétique, was written in 1798 when the composer was 27 years old. It has remained one of his most celebrated compositions. Beethoven dedicated the work to his friend Prince Karl von Lichnowsky. The Rondo: Allegro (quickly) brings the sonata to a close with a cut time movement in C minor. - Wikipedia.org

"Claire de Lune" by Debussy

Tricia Dalgleish - Piano

The third and most famous movement of Suite bergamasque by Claude Debussy was written at age 28, but not finished or published until 1905. "Clair de lune," the French term for "moon light", comes from Paul Verlaine's poem of the same name written in 1869. - Wikipedia.org

"Mas Que Nada" by Jorge Ben

Tricia Dalgleish (piano) , Edmund House (bass), Trevor Salloum (drums).

"Mas, que Nada!" is a Bossa Nova song written and originally performed by Jorge Ben on his debut album, which in a later cover version became the signature song of Sérgio Mendes. The song was voted by the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone as the 5th greatest Brazilian song. In Brazilian Portuguese slang, mas, que nada (literally, "but, that [is] nothing") means "no way", "whatever", or "yeah, right!". The title should not be confused with the Spanish más que nada meaning "more than anything", or "above all". - Wikipedia.org

Tricia Dalgleish with Major Mambo, 2015

Major Mambo (Tricia Dalgleish - piano, Maggie Ponzo - vocal/percussion, Stephen Buck - bass & Trevor Salloum - Latin percussion) with special guest vocalist from Havana, Cuba, Elizabeth Marino. Major Mambo, Latin/Salsa band at Soul De Cuba Cafe, September 2015.

Tricia Dalgleish & Major Mambo, Cinqo de Mayo

Musicians include Tricia Dalgleish (pianist), Trevor Salloum ( Latin percussion/vocals), Darko Cuk (bassist) and Maggie Ponzo Cotton (vocals/Latin percussion). Major Mambo performs in Kelowna, BC for Cinqo de Mayo.

Tricia Dalgleish with Major Mambo; 2015

Tricia Dalgleish (piano & vocals), Trevor Salloum (timbales), Maggie Ponzo (vocals & percussion), Darko Cuk (bass & vocals). "Major Mambo" Live at Soul de Cuba in Kelowna, April, 2015

Tricia Dalgleish with Major Mambo, 2015

Tricia Dalgleish (piano & vocals), Trevor Salloum (timbales), Maggie Ponzo (vocals & percussion), Darko Cuk (bass & vocals), with special guests Stephen Buck (flute & sax) and Chris Gallardo (congas). Photography: Lance Cotton. "Major Mambo" Live at The Habitat in Kelowna, February 21, 2015.

Tricia Dalgleish with Major Mambo, 2010

Tricia Dalgleish (piano & vocals), Trevor Salloum (Latin percussion), Francisco Jaramillo (bass & vocals). "Major Mambo" Live at the Okanagan Rhythm Festival Kelowna BC Oct 9th 2010.