Jazz Vocal Boot Camp (or “So, You Wanna Be A Jazz Singer”
Join JUNO-nominated Jazz vocalist Heather Bambrick as she takes you through the ins-and-outs of what it takes to effectively sing in the Jazz style!
Heather will examine the various elements of singing Jazz, from choosing the right repertoire and the correct keys, to style, technique, phrasing, tone placement, and more! She’ll discuss the various elements that go into singing numerous styles within the larger Jazz umbrella, including classic Swing, Latin, Blues, Cabaret, and more! Learn how to sing Jazz a little more like Ella and Frank and a little less like Beyoncé and Bieber!
Heather Bambrick is a graduate of the University of Toronto Jazz Studies department and has taught Jazz Vocals at U of T, Humber College, and at the Royal Conservatory of Music. She has served as a clinician, adjudicator, and/or workshop leader at a number of schools and music festivals across Canada, including Brandon Jazz Festival, Banff Rocky Mountain Music Festival, Calgary ChoralFest Jazz, Ontario Vocal Jazz Festival, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, TD Markham Jazz Festival, TD Niagara Jazz Festival, Beaches International Jazz Festival, Capilano College, University of Toronto, Humber College, Etobicoke School of the Arts, Toronto District School Board, the Labrador Creative Arts Festival, and others.
For further information, visit: www.heatherbambrick.ca
Heather Bambrick Bio
JUNO-nominated singer Heather Bambrick’s performances have been described as “Carol Burnett meets Ella Fitzgerald at a Newfoundland kitchen party.” Her shows have it all, with music ranging from jazz standards and Canadian pop hits, to Newfoundland folk music, sitcom theme songs and more! Add to that side-splitting stories, and some of the best musicians in the country – all delivered with warmth, wit and pure Newfoundland charm – and you’ll know why audiences everywhere are always left wanting more!