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    Speaker Profiles at our 2018 Music Business Seminar

    Event Information
    Date: Sunday, February 11th, 2018 from 12:00PM - 5:30PM
    Venue: JAZZ.FM91
    Ticket Price: $20



    The JAZZ.FM91 2018 Music Business Seminar
    Presents the following Speakers:



    Dr John Chong

     
    As the Medical Director of the Musicians’ Clinics of Canada, Dr John Hong has treated musicians with repetitive strain injuries, motor control problems, anxiety, depression, neuropathic pain, nerve entrapments, and stress-related disorders since 1986. He teaches Performance Awareness at the Glenn Gould School Performance and Artist Diploma Programs at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto. He is the medical consultant for the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and received the Governor General Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.


    Molly Johnson

    Over the years, Molly has earned a reputation as one of Canada's greatest voices. She has won a Juno Award for Best Vocal Jazz Album & the National Jazz Award for Best Female Vocalist. Molly is beloved for her interpretations of classic jazz, popular standards and soulful originals. A highly respected Philanthropist and Officer of The Order of Canada, Molly has raised millions of dollars for people living with HIV/AIDS with her own Kumbaya Foundation and many other charitable organizations that she supports. For the past two years, she has run the wildly successful Kensington Jazz Festival in Toronto.


    Miranda Mulholland
     
    Festival organizer, record-label operator and well-known fiddler and singer Miranda Mulholland has played or sung on over 50 records including those by Donovan Woods, Justin Rutledge, Sarah Slean, Cowboy Junkies and N.Q. Arbuckle to name a few. She is a member of the Board of Governors of Massey Hall/Roy Thomson Hall and sits on the board of CIMA. 



    Matt Stevens

    Virtuosic, shape-shifting guitarist and composer Matthew Stevens will release his second album as a bandleader, ‘Preverbal,’ March 24 on Ropeadope and in Canada on Crystal Math Music Group (Metric, Grimes). Stevens’ sophomore album as bandleader comes on the heels of a big 2016: He played an integral role in the direction and sound of Esperanza Spalding’s ‘Emily’s D+Evolution’ – one of the best albums of the year – and toured the globe as part of her power trio. He’s also collaborated extensively with Christian Scott, acting as his musical director, performing on all of his recordings and composing music.












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