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    Cooper Hannahson

    Cooper Hannahson has come across incredibly valuable musical experience in just shy of a quarter of a century. A substantial genre palette courtesy of his father’s invested passion in all shapes, sizes, and sounds of music has given Cooper a collaborative-like style that is versatile and malleable to fit performer’s ever changing interests and opinions on their music.

    Mason Victoria

    As a recipient of the Dave Stillwell Arranging Award, Mason Victoria has been described as ".... an emerging writer with a solid grasp of the craft of composition and a story to tell ..." (Scott Reeves, Director of Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra). Through his studies in trumpet performance at Humber College, Mason found his passion in writing for large ensemble, which led to his creation of the Sonuskapos Jazz Orchestra (SSJO), a 20-piece contemporary jazz ensemble featuring all-original compositions and arrangements. The SSJO is currently in their process of mixing their first album entitled "Imagine We're Sailing."

    Mathew Fantini

    Mathew Fantini is a bassist, composer, and bandleader. His love of music started at a very early age, but his love of Jazz started in his Grade 10 music class where he heard a recording of the Benny Goodman Big Band.

    Emily Steinwall

    Emily Steinwall in an emerging tenor saxophone player, flautist and bandleader in Toronto’s jazz scene. Being heavily influenced by John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon and Lester Young, she has a deep respect and connection to jazz history while still maintaining a fresh approach to improvising and composing. Emily performs frequently in Toronto as a leader with her group Bloom, and as a side-musician with various groups including: the Virginia Macdonald Group, Mason Victoria’s Sonuskapos Jazz Orchestra, Tom Upjohn’s We Are All, The Anthology Project and the Funny Funk Band. Emily is currently in her final year of Humber College’s Bachelor of Music program.

    Jacqueline Teh

    Canadian vocalist Jacqueline Teh is currently pursuing a Masters in Jazz Performance at the University of Toronto, where she completed her Bachelors, while remaining an active performer and composer in both choral and jazz communities. She has performed at several venues in Toronto and at U of T singing in various ensembles and styles. She has worked with renowned Canadian jazz musicians such as Mike Murley and Terry Promane and has sung in masterclasses for Dave Liebman and Norma Winstone.

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