If It's Magic
A Sad Affair
So Will You Know Me
I Do It For Your Love/For Your Love
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
My Funny Valentine
Stranger To Stranger
Cape Breton Lullaby
Long About Now
The Little Waltz
SAXOPHONE – Somewhere in the eighty years between 1814 and 1894 Adolphe Sax invented the instrument MICHAEL STUART plays with innovative ease. The kind of ease that caused Elvin Jones to take him on tour; that gave him a featured spot at the Bracknell Jazz Festival in England; several CBC radio performances and the spotlight with Banda Brava and the Dave McMurdo Jazz Orchestra. MICHAEL STUART’S first album, Determination, was nominated for a Juno Award.
VOICE – A musical sound, resonated through head and throat cavities made by the vocal chords of COLINA PHILLIPS. Chosen as the singer for jingles, television, radio and film projects nationally and internationally, and background vocals on numerous record projects, COLINA PHILLIPS broadened her vocal experience by collaborating with two favourite instrumentalists on a collection of jazz standards and her original compositions.
PIANO – A large instrument whose sound is produced by hammers hitting strings operated by a manual keyboard, eloquently played by JON GOLDSMITH. Credited with numerous Canadian and US film scores, television and record production and award winning jingle campaigns. JON GOLDSMITH is also the other composer of the original material for…
SVP – A unique jazz trio conceived and produced by KEEF WHITING.
Check out this stunning album, featuring Colina Phillips, Michael Stuart and Jon Goldsmith