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    Where Are They Now?

    Our educational programs provide learning opportunities that contribute to the growth and development of emerging artists in our community. With the success of these programs over a number of years, we are fortunate to have a large group of alumni who have gone on to successful careers in music and beyond.

    To celebrate these participants, our weekly “Where Are They Now?” segment allows us to follow-up with alumni, see how they are doing, and assess how the program has contributed to their success.

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    Victor Vrankulj

    This week’s featured artist is bassist Victor Vrankulj, who participated in Jazzology in 2012.

    Born in Hamilton, Victor started studying piano at the age of five. Throughout his childhood he picked up and studied different instruments before eventually landing on the bass. Victor has now been playing bass for over ten years and has studied with Clark Johnston, David Story, Pat Collins, Kieran Overs, Mike Murley, and currently Jim Vivian.

    Michael Tobin

    This week’s featured artist is Michael Tobin, who participated in Jazzology in 2007.

    A native of London, ON, Michael now calls Toronto home. After studying saxophone performance and jazz composition at York University, he has built a multifaceted career in the creative industries.

    Marie Goudy

    This week’s featured artist is Marie Goudy, who participated in Jazzology in 2012.

    Marie is a trumpet player, composer, arranger and educator who was born in Toronto and began her professional career at the age of sixteen. By the age of nineteen, she had already played with many notable musicians including Benny Golson, Cleo Laine, and Maria Schneider.

    Suzy Wilde

    This week’s featured artist is vocalist Suzy Wilde, who participated in Jazzology in 2008.

    Born and raised in Toronto, Suzy makes her career as a singer, songwriter, and musician in a variety of musical contexts. A graduate of the music program at Humber College, she performs her unique brand of indie-folk music that is driven by powerful melodies, catchy guitar riffs, and powerful lyrics. In addition to releasing her self-titled debut EP in 2012, she also performs with the country band Dirty Dishes, and works as a writer / arranger / music director for numerous theatre projects.

    David Atkinson

    This week’s featured artist is pianist David Atkinson, who participated in Jazzology in 2006.

    A native of Ottawa, David began studying music with Hungarian-Canadian composer Gabor Finta, performing classical piano at various venues in the Ottawa area. In 2004, David moved to Toronto to study jazz performance at Humber College. While completing his studies, David had the opportunity to perform with visiting guest artists Dave Holland, Dave Liebman, and Dave Douglas.

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