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About Heather Bambrick:
Heather Bambrick, winner of the 2004 National Jazz Award for Vocalist of the Year, is in demand as a performer, educator and broadcaster. She has performed and/or recorded with numerous international artists, including Phil Nimmons, Kenny Wheeler, Gene DiNovi, Guido Basso, Darmon Meader, Peter Appleyard, John Lamb, Carol Welsman, Jackie Richardson, Denzal Sinclaire, The Caliban Quartet, Rudy Webb, and the late Rob McConnell.
On stage, Heather is a consummate entertainer, performing for appreciative crowds at venues across Canada and in the US and bringing audiences to their feet at some of the country’s most prestigious music festivals. Her live shows are a combination of timeless songs, brilliant musicianship, and Heather’s unique sense of humour – all adding up to pure entertainment.
Heather’s voice has been heard throughout North America on radio and television commercials, in animated series (Disney, PBS, Comedy Network), as well as on film and television soundtracks. Since 2001, Heather has firmly entrenched herself in the world of broadcasting, hosting both Dinner Jazz and Sunday Afternoon Jazz, on Canada’s only all-Jazz radio station, Jazz FM91. Heather was honoured with Broadcaster of the Year awards at both the 2005 and 2007 National Jazz Awards.
The native Newfoundlander is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music, and is currently on faculty both at U of T and Humber College. When not in the classroom, Heather is busy as a clinician and adjudicator at music festivals across Canada.
Award-winning performer, educator and Jazz FM broadcaster, Heather Bambrick, leads this hands-on vocal boot camp, focusing on performance practices, mastering tone and timbre, and bringing your music to life through various stylistic approaches.