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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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    Danny Fong

    This week’s featured artist is vocalist Danny Fong, who participated in Jazzology in 2011.

    A native of Saskatoon, Danny moved to Toronto in 2007 to complete his Bachelor of Music at Humber College and his Bachelor of Education at the University of Toronto. During this time he sang with many vocal ensembles including his a cappella quartet, Rendezvous, performing at numerous events and international barbershop competitions across the North America.

    Julian Nalli

    This week’s featured artist is saxophonist Julian Nalli, who participated in the Jazzology program in 2010.

    Originally from Langley, BC, Julian completed his Bachelor of Music degree at Humber College in 2011.  While at Humber, Julian studied with Pat LaBarbera, Kirk Macdonald, and Mark Promane, and had the opportunity to play with numerous renowned guest artists including Terence Blanchard, John Clayton, and Dave Holland.

    Tom Van Seters

    This week’s featured artist is pianist Tom Van Seters, who participated in Jazzology in 2010.

    A native of Montreal, Van Seters now resides in Edmonton, Alberta, and teaches in the Music Program at MacEwan University. He completed a Master of Music degree at McGill University and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Toronto before serving as Assistant Professor of jazz studies at the Brandon University School of Music in Manitoba for three years.

    Taylor Cook

    This week’s featured artist is saxophonist Taylor Cook, who was nominated for the JAZZ.FM91 Mary Alice Stuart Award in 2010.

    A native of Penticton, BC, Taylor moved to Toronto to study at the University of Toronto, where he completed his undergraduate degree in the Jazz Studies program. Equally adept on saxophone, flute and clarinet, his teachers have included Larry Crawford, Alex Dean, Phil Dwyer, Gene Hardy, Stu Goldberg, John Johnson, Donny McCaslin, Rich Perry, Tim Ries, and Perry White.

    Diana Piruzevska

    This week’s featured artist is multi-disciplinary artist Diana Piruzevska, who participated in Jazzology in 2007.

    A graduate of Humber College's Jazz Studies program, she focused on trombone performance, composition and arranging and received several awards and scholarships in the process. Upon graduating from Humber, she performed with a variety of musical groups ranging from big bands and salsa bands to pop and funk groups.

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