Vocals

Tia Brazda

Tia Brazda’s jazz-pop gems and bold style have made a sparkling impression at home and abroad, paying homage to the golden era while remaining daringly modern. She has toured the world performing at such prominent festivals as the Montreux Jazz Festival, on the main stage at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal, and at the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest (rated "Best of the Fest" by local pess).

Zeynep Ozbilen

Zeynep Ozbilen, prominent songstress and composer, believes in the uniting power of music – connecting people across era and culture through rhythm, melody and creative interpretations. To bring this point of view to as many people as possible has been her dream. She has been fortunate to share this musical vision over 4 continents, which has resulted in an incredibly diverse and widespread fan base!

Micah Barnes

Micah Barnes has been a treasured voice on the Canadian music scene for decades, and is a former member of the A Cappella group The Nylons. Micah's latest C.D. "New York Stories"(eOne Music) is a romantic collection of original songs inspired by the Big Apple’s rich musical history, as well as the artist’s own personal experiences with romance in "The City that Never Sleeps".

Ailsa McCreary

Ailsa McCreary (singer) was born in Toronto, Canada. She studied music at her local performing-arts-based high school, and learned her trade singing in Henry’s Jazz Cellar in Edinburgh, Scotland. For more than a decade she has been performing great songs with great musicians on both sides of the pond, and is thrilled to have recorded her first album, “When Evening is Nigh”, with the cream of the crop in Toronto.

Ailsa has a warm, rich, swinging sound that make you fall in love with jazz again.

Dan Kosub

Out of a thriving landscape of Canadian indie music emerges acclaimed singer/songwriter Dan Kosub. this prolific, tour-savvy troubadour merges eclectic rock with a macabre folk-pop melancholy.

Jordana Talsky

A gifted young singer with distinctive and wide-ranging vocal skills, JORDANA TALSKY continues to celebrate the recent release of her critically-praised debut recording, “Standard Deviation”, a mix of pop and jazz standards, currently receiving airplay across Canada, the U.S.A., Europe, and Australia.

Indira Cadena

Indira is an emerging vocalist, who very quickly made her way into the hearts of jazz fans in Toronto, with her uniquely expressive performances

Carmen Bradford

Born in Austin, Texas and raised in Altadena, California, Carmen Bradford grew up with music in her home and in her heart. It was only natural that Carmen would follow in the footsteps of her great family legacy being the daughter of legendary trumpeter/ composer Bobby Bradford and world renowned vocalist/composer Melba Joyce. Her grandfather Melvin Moore sang with Lucky Millender’s Big Band in the 1940’s making Carmen the third generation of incredible musicians.

Tash Lorayne

In 2001, Tash began her career singing background vocals for then up and coming Reggae artist Ammoye. They've opened up for Beenie Man, Bryan Adams and many more. Tash is currently working with Stephen Weiman, an accomplished singer/songwriter, on her debut album 'Light That Lives' which effortlessly blends Jazz, Blues, Soul and Folk.

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