Heather Bambrick

Heather Bambrick is a JUNO-nominated vocalist, voice actor, broadcaster, and educator, who has collaborated with a vast array of artists including Phil Nimmons, Fred Hirsch, Gene DiNovi, Guido Basso, Lea Delaria, Anne Hampton Callaway, Jackie Richardson, Ian Shaw, Rob McConnell, Peter Appleyard, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Heather’s solo recordings It’s About Time and Those Were The Days received international airplay and critical acclaim, and were both nominated for Jazz Recording of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards. Her latest recording You’ll Never Know was nominated for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year at the 2017 JUNO Awards, and Jazz Recording of the Year at the 2018 ECMAs. Heather has been awarded Canada’s National Jazz Award for Vocalist of the Year. She’s been a featured guest vocalist on numerous recording projects ranging in styles from the Caliban Bassoon Quartet to Sophisticated Ladies, the final recording of the late jazz vibraphonist Peter Appleyard.
As an actor, Heather has voiced characters on various animated series, including Emmy-nominees Wild Kratts, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and Justin time, and she remains one of Canada’s busiest voice actors. In 2001, Heather added broadcasting to her resumé, joining JAZZ.FM91 as one of their regular and most beloved hosts. She’s twice been named National Jazz Awards’ Broadcaster of the Year.
Heather is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music Jazz Studies program, and has taught at U of T, Humber College, and the Royal Conservatory of Music, as well as at schools and music festivals across Canada.

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