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Doc Fingers and Tom Keenlyside play July 14 at the Point

Fingers is an accomplished pianist, while Keenlyside is adept with woodwinds
Doc Fingers (right) and Tom Keenlyside play a set at the Point Artist-Run Centre.

Sunday concerts at the Point Artist-Run Centre (PARC) will continue this weekend with Doc Fingers and Tom Keenlyside. 

Beginning at 3 p.m., the two experienced musicians are slated to treat audiences to an energetic set featuring piano and various woodwind instruments like flute, clarinet and saxophone.

"Doc is just an incredibly accomplished piano player and singer," remarks PARC artistic director Stephen Vogler. "He's performed all over Europe, Hawaii, Japan and the West Coast and he's still doing it. I remember him when I was a kid...and I've now had the pleasure of playing a bunch of duos and trios with him on Vancouver Island. He's a really consummate musician. 

"And Doc brings Tom Keenlyside, who is another incredible veteran player on saxophone and flute. Together, they really weave some magic. When people see [their names], they say: 'oh, we've got to get out and catch that show.' It'll be awesome." 

All Sunday concerts at the PARC will take place rain or shine, with food and beverages available onsite. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here.