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Lucy Iffla

Lucy Iffla is a jazz and folk vocalist and songwriter. She has been performing for over a decade, captivating audiences with her soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics. 

Lucy's music is a blend of jazz and folk, with influences from artists such as Joni Mitchell, Billie Holiday, and Ella Fitzgerald. Lucy is known for her dynamic stage presence and ability to connect with her audience on a personal level.

From an early age Lucy Iffla had a passion for diverse music. This led her to complete a Bachelor of Music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, graduating with the award for Best Bachelor Recitalist. Through her degree Lucy was privileged to work alongside esteemed international and national artists in Paris, New York and Japan. 

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Cayla Brooke

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Cayla Brooke, the award-winning singer-songwriter, found her voice after a decade-long silence. Her music and story people of all ages to rediscover their strength. Best known for "Plush Red Chair," her debut album acclaimed by No Depression Magazine. Now in Alberta, she's crafting her second album, "Simplicity."

Cayla Brooke's journey is one of unwavering determination. Despite early life trauma and a turbulent path, she rediscovered her voice and purpose. Her debut album, "Plush Red Chair," garnered critical acclaim and established her as a must-have in the music industry. Now based in Alberta, Cayla is shaping her second album, "Simplicity," a concept work that lets music shine with two instruments and vocals per song. Beyond music, she empowers listeners through her story, offering tools and permission to reclaim their inner strength.

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Sally and Brian

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Alison Lewis

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Alison was once described by Cabaret Scenes as, "a singer with a hauntingly beautiful voice who transformed the ordinary into the extraordinary with brilliant arrangements and vocal experimentation."  Her debut solo album, Seven, has received much national and international acclaim, as well reached the top 40 of both the CMJ and RMR charts.

A consummate singer/songwriter, her original song, "Seesaw" earned a Finalist position with the 2017 John Lennon Songwriting Contest, while her single "Tidepool" earned a finalist position in the 2017 Hollywood Music in Media Awards showcase. Both the single, "Tidepool," and her album, "Seven" won the May 2017 Akademia Music Awards for Best Americana Song and Best Jazz Album respectively.  Alison also lent her songwriting and vocal talents to a recently released album of originals co-written with Peter Yarrow and survivors of the Parkland, Florida school shootings.

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Evergreen

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Evergreen is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and cello teacher who grew up in the vibrant Austin music scene. Raised as a classical cellist, by the time she was 25 she had performed on stage with musicians such as Sarah Chang, Father John Misty (opening for Paul McCartney), Chris Brubeck, members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and The Eagles. After leaving conservatory, she studied Afro-Indigenous Brazilian folk music and studied improvisation with cello goblin Rushad Eggleston.  Evergreen utilizes music to creatively and emotionally empower people of all ages and from all walks of life by maintaining a private lesson studio as well as by participating in musical and workshop collaborations with her colleagues in Austin and abroad. 

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Angelina Kolobukhova

Angelina Kolobukhova was born and raised in Minsk, Belarus. She started classical piano lessons when she was 5 years old and at 8 years old, she fell in love with singing when she met her voice teacher, Veronika Yanovskaya, who introduced Angelina to jazz music and sparked the fascination with Ella Fitzgerald’s improvisation and Ray Charles’s soulful singing. While receiving her primary education, Angelina participated in international vocal competitions and festivals in Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), attending masterclasses and meeting like-minded musicians. In addition to jazz music, Angelina also became inspired by soul artists like Stevie Wonder and Jill Scott, and she released her first single, Off the Road when she was 17.

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Fernanda Cunha

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Fernanda Cunha is a Brazilian jazz singer from Rio de Janeiro. She grew up with an affinity for both the music of her home country as well as jazz. She has toured Brazil, Europe, and North America, performing at prestigious international jazz festivals.

She has released 10  solo albums in Brazil with worldwide distribution.

Fernanda has been a regular performer in Canada from coast-to-coast-to-coast for many years.  

Regular appearances at jazz festivals in Canada have helped to carve out a fan base for Cunha’s post-bossa groove, and in 2019 she moved to Ontario, Canada.  

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Mary-Catherine Pazzano

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For the past decade, Mary-Catherine has been working steadily as a performer, freelance vocalist, music educator, vocal coach, and music director. Performance highlights include the American debut of Songs for My Mother Off-Broadway at Symphony Space (NYC), jazz performances at the iconic Birdland Jazz Club (NYC), and headliner at: Uptown Waterloo Jazz Festival, Jazz Bistro (Toronto), The Rex (Toronto), The Jazz Room (Waterloo), and The Registry Theatre (Kitchener). She has toured North America and New Zealand as a performer and workshop leader, and has been a featured soloist with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Mary-Catherine has been lucky to share the stage with jazz notables including Billy Stritch, Mark Eisenman, and, classically, the world-renowned Penderecki String Quartet.

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Linnéa Lundgren

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Clara Fornander

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Clara Fornander is a Swedish jazz singer based in Stockholm. In 2020 she finished her jazz bachelor studies at the Royal College of Music (KMH) in Stockholm. She plays in both bigger concert halls and smaller jazz clubs, and is regarded a fresh addition to the recent jazz scene in and out of Sweden. Clara grew up in the south of Sweden. During her upbringing Clara spent most of her free time playing the violin, piano and singing. In her teens her interest and work in jazz music started growing. Nowadays she is composing and performing her own music and takes inspiration from all of the improvisational genres including folk and neosoul


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