Seven-piece band Gypsophilia are performing in Spirit Square on June 27. Photo Submitted

High energy Gypsophilia play Summer Kicks

Gypsophilia is playing a Tuesday Summer Kicks show on June 27 with the Parson Jazz Cooperative

The Summer Kicks stage is going to be jam packed next week when the seven-piece Halifax-based Gypsophilia performs.

The group is infamous for its high energy life shows, with a danceable, genre-bending sound that has given them quite a following at major festivals and small clubs alike.

The four-time ECMA winning band features Gina Burgess on violin; Nick Wilkinson on guitar; Sageev Oore on piano, accordion and keys; Alec Frith and Ross Burns on guitar and percussion; Matt Myer on trumpet and organ; Adam Fine on double bass. Members of Gypsophilia have performed with the likes of Symphony Nova Scotia, Kanye West and more.

They will be on stage at 7 p.m. in Spirit Square on June 27, with the Parson Jazz Cooperative playing the in between set.

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