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Cowichan Performing Arts Centre Presents

The Best Is Yet To Come: Dusk Sings Bennett

Cowichan Performing Arts Centre and Gee Dan Productions presents

Platinum award-winning crooner Matt Dusk pays homage to the legendary Tony Bennett, in a toe-tapping, electrifying show titled “The Best Is Yet To Come.” Renowned for his remarkable vocal range and talent, Dusk brings to life the essence of Bennett’s style and honors his musical legacy with classic hits such as “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” and “The Good Life.” It’s an unforgettable night of entertainment, nostalgia, and celebration of the enduring impact of one of America’s most beloved singers.

Matt Dusk has been enthralling audiences around the world for years, leaving in his wake a series of radio hits, acclaimed albums, and a loyal fan base that continues to grow with every passing year. Dusk has been awarded four GOLD albums: Two Shots, Good News, JetSetJazz, Sinatra Vol. 2 and four PLATINUM albums: My Funny Valentine, Just The Two of Us, Old School Yule!, and Sinatra Vol. 1


Matt Dusk: Sinatra from Matt Dusk on Vimeo.

Opening the performance is special guest, Raymond Salgado, Vancouver Island’s finalist on Canada’s Got Talent. Raymond started singing at age 11 and expanded his talent throughout his pre teens until now. He has performed in various local competitions, festivals, concerts, and musical theatre productions. In 2018, he was a contestant on a Canadian reality tv series called “The Launch” where he made the top 30 out of 10,000. In 2021, he won “The Anthem Bracket Challenge” and sang for The Canucks , an NHL Team in Vancouver at Rogers Arena Stadium.

In 2023, He was a finalist in the Top 8 of Season 2’s Canada’s Got Talent making out of 6,000 applicants. With a following accumulating of over a million followers, Raymond has been recognized by celebrities online such as Adele, Demi Lovato, Sam Smith, Calum Scott, Charlie Puth, and many more have recognized him and have shown appreciation for his talent.

The Cowichan Performing Arts Centre welcomes you back to live performance. We are following current public health authority guidelines to keep our patrons as safe as possible.

Stay home if you are ill. Continue to respect personal space of two metres where possible. Wash hands and/or use hand-sanitizing stations.

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