Brooklyn Bohach is a jazz and improvising vocalist who has spent her life in the arts. She has studied at Canada’s National Ballet School in the professional ballet program, opened a private music studio in her hometown of Calgary, instructed ballet at the Wright Studio in Calgary, and worked as an arts administrator at both Canada’s National Ballet School and Toronto’s Paprika Festival.
While completing a double major in jazz performance and environmental science at the University of Toronto, Brooklyn remains an active member of the Toronto creative music and jazz scenes as a vocalist and bandleader. She is highly respected among her musical peers for the emotional commitment and delivery of her musical performances, as well as for her creative experimentation with extended vocal techniques. Brooklyn was the featured vocalist on the U of T 12tet’s recording When Day Slips Into Night, where her performance was described as “stirring” (The WholeNote) and “ethereal” (Jazz Times).