Heather Bambrick has been singing for about as long as she’s been talking. Born and raised in St. John’s Newfoundland, she began singing at a very young age, and continued this pursuit with a number of award-winning Chamber Choirs, Vocal Jazz Ensembles, and dinner theatre productions.

In 1993, Heather moved to Toronto begin her studies in the world of Jazz. As a graduate of the University of Toronto Jazz Studies department, Heather has studied and performed with such Canadian Jazz talents as Phil Nimmons, Alex Dean, Mike Murley, Carol Welsman, and Kenny Wheeler. She was a lead soloist in the U of T Vocal Jazz Ensemble, with whom she recorded a CD in 1997 and won the DownBeat Magazine Award for Outstanding College Vocal Group.

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