Mim Adams - Music Director
Mim Adams is devoted to the vocal and musical development of every singer she works with. With her positive energy and skills, she empowers vocalists to feel confident in their instrument and their performance. An accomplished arranger and musical director, she has worked with vocal groups for over a decade, including the York University Jazz Choir, the Mohawk College Jazz Choir, and The Toronto All-Star Big Band vocal group. Mim teaches private lessons in voice, piano, and theory, and works alongside Nikki Loney as Co-Developer of The Full Voice Workbook Series which is used in private and classroom vocal lessons across North America. She is the long-time musical collaborator of Toronto's feisty comic performer and author Shawn Hitchins, the featured vocalist for the GTA Swing Band, and she writes, records, and has toured with indie bands Canary Mine and Sue Newberry & The Law.
The Jazz Project was a featured act in a collaboration concert hosted by TranzitionzJazz and Canada's National Ballet School to raise money for the Sharing Dance Parkinson's Program.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2018 SHARING DANCE PARKINSON'S CONCERT.
The Jazz Project's Inaugural Concert was on My 12th 2018 at St. Peter St. Simon's Church in Toronto.
The Inaugural concert of Toronto’s own, (The Jazz Project) in collaboration with TranzitionzJazz was a complete success. It was sold out on Eventbrite with Jazz music lovers lined up at the doors, trying to get tickets for the show. The evening unfurled with TranzitionzJazz’s rendition of Claude Bolling’s Veloce; followed by a medley of delightful classics that lead to the unveiling of the lustrous voices of The Jazz Project.
Welcoming the mise en scène of beauty in presentation and harmonic blends, The Jazz Project commanded the presence of their audience and professionals in the industry. The entire evening was fun, charming and well composed with an overwhelming amount of positive feedback. Here’s a short side clip of the intro of “Reeling in the years medley,” just before the encore.