Jazz & Creative Music Concert
Join faculty mentor Jodi Proznick and participants from the Banff Musicians In Residence program for an evening of musical exploration. Featuring some of Canada's exciting Jazz and Creative Musicians performing works created while in residence.
Canadian bassist, composer, producer and educator Jodi Proznick has received many awards including the Western Canadian Music Award for Jazz Artist of the Year (2019), National Jazz Award for Bassist (2008, 2009), Album (2008) and Acoustic Group (2008) of the Year, and Galaxie Rising Star of the Vancouver International Jazz Festival (2004). Jodi was also nominated for two JUNO awards with her 2007 release, Foundations, and 2019 release, Sun Songs.
Jodi is in demand as a collaborative performer and has played with internationally recognized jazz artists such as Michael Bublé, George Coleman, Sheila Jordan, David “Fathead” Newman, Harold Mabern, Michael Feinstein, Peter Bernstein, Seamus Blake, Christine and Ingrid Jensen, Lewis Nash, Russell Malone, Ed Thigpen, Don Thompson, Dee Daniels, Phil Dwyer and Laila Biali as well as collaborators outside the jazz tradition including the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Mark Fewer with John Novacek, the Vetta Chamber Ensemble, Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, Sal Ferreras’ Drum Heat, Musica Intima, Chor Lioni, Elektra Women’s Choir, Mohammed Assani, Celso Machado, Bill Henderson, and the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble. She has been featured in over 40 albums as bassist.
A dedicated and highly respected educator, Jodi is currently the chair of the Jazz Department at the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music and Artistic Director of its Summer Jazz Workshop, Painting with Sound Workshop and Sister Jazz Day. She is also the Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Music Arts Collective, an online music education platform. Previously, she was part of the music faculty at Capilano University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University and during the 2019/2020 season, Jodi was the Manager of Education and Community Outreach for the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
Attending Live Events at Banff Centre
Banff Centre has opted into the Restrictions Exemption Program, so proof of full vaccination, a negative PCR or rapid test result taken within 72 hours of arrival, or original proof of medical exemption will be required to attend all live events at Banff Centre. Masks are also mandatory for all public indoor spaces. Guests staying on campus will be able to use their faculty/artist card or bedroom key as they will have been pre-screened upon check-in at the Professional Development Centre. Learn more about Banff Centre's COVID-19 on-campus measure here.
Banff Musicians in Residence Jazz & Creative Music is generously supported by: