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    Heather Bambrick

    Heather Bambrick

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    Heather Bambrick, winner of the National Jazz Award for Vocalist of the Year and Broadcaster of the Year, is in demand as a performer, educator, and host. 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.

    Heather was a founding member of the Beehive Singers, whose debut recording won them a Jazz Report Awards for Best Vocal Group. Both of Heather’s solo CDs (It’s About Time, and Those Were The Days) were nominated for Best Jazz Recording at the East Coast Music Awards.

    Heather’s voice has been heard throughout North America on radio and television commercials, in animation 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, producing and hosting “Sing, Sing, Sing” which eventually became the highly popular “Sunday Afternoon Jazz” and was the host of "Wake Up!". Heather has twice been honoured as Broadcaster of the Year awards at the National Jazz Awards.

    The native Newfoundlander is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music, and is currently on faculty at Humber College and is busy as a clinician and adjudicator at music festivals across Canada.

    Currently Heather can be heard as the host of Sunday Afternoon Jazz, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., and on Thursday nights at 9PM as the host of Jazzology.

    Contact Heather at heather@jazz.fm

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