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Lipsey Summer Jazz: Heather Bambrick

Sunday, July 21, 2024

2 pm - 4 pm EDT

A Lipsey Summer Jazz concert taking place in July of 2023. Photo: Jeff Mace

Lincoln Stairs, Wilmers Building

Heather Bambrick is a Canadian jazz singer, proud Newfoundlander, voiceover artist, radio broadcaster, and teacher based in Toronto, Ontario. The Buffalo audience adores Heather’s talent, while critics and industry professionals place Heather on the top rung of the musical ladder. “Heather hits every right note,” says Mark Rheume of CBC Radio. WholeNote Magazine calls her “one of the finest jazz singers in this country,” and All About Jazz says her voice is a “paragon of clarity” and that “she’s the real deal in every way.”

As one of Canada’s top jazz vocalists, Heather has collaborated with Phil Nimmons, Fred Hirsch, Gene DiNovi, Guido Basso, Anne Hampton Callaway, Carol Welsman, Jackie Richardson, Ian Shaw, as well as the late Rob McConnell and Peter Appleyard. She is a founding member of vocal ensembles The Beehive Singers and Broadsway and has appeared as a guest performer with numerous jazz ensembles, as well as with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, the Hamilton Philharmonic, and the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.  

Please note: due to ongoing construction by the City of Buffalo, a significant portion of the south side of the museum’s campus will be fenced, and public parking on Lincoln Parkway near Hoyt Lake will be unavailable. While space for the Lipsey Summer Jazz program will not be impacted, visitors may not have access to shade trees as in years past. The museum encourages guests to bring umbrellas for personal shade and to prepare for warm weather conditions. 


Lipsey Summer Jazz at the AKG is presented by The Stanford and Judith Lipsey Foundation.