Jodi Proznick

Two time Juno-nominated bassist, composer, producer and educator Jodi Proznick has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s finest jazz artists. She has won numerous National Jazz Awards, including Bassist of the Year in ’08 and ’09. Her group, the Jodi Proznick Quartet, was awarded the Acoustic Group of the Year and Album of the Year in ‘08 and the Galaxie Rising Star at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in ‘04. Most recently, Jodi was awarded the Jazz Artist of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards and the Platinum Jubilee Art and Music Award from the Lieutenant Governer of British Columbia.

Jodi has performed with many of Canada’s top musicians, including P.J. Perry, Don Thompson, Kirk MacDonald, Guido Basso, Oliver Gannon, Dee Daniels, Phil Dwyer, Mark Fewer, Bill Henderson and Laila Biali as well as international jazz legends such as David ‘Fathead’ Newman, Sheila Jordan, George Coleman, Seamus Blake, Lewis Nash, Peter Bernstein, Tootie Heath, Bucky Pizzarelli, Russell Malone, Harold Mabern, Eddie Daniels and Ed Thigpen. In addition to recording her own Juno-nominated CDs as a leader, Jodi has been featured on over 50 recordings as a sidewoman.

Hear Jodi perform:

Jodi Proznick Trio, featuring Heather Bambrick
Friday, April 14, 2023
Shinglemill Pub & Bistro

Jodi Proznick’s 2017 album Sun Songs was a new venture for her as a composer, bassist, producer, and songwriter. It also garnered her a JUNO nomination. Join Jodi and her tro for a musical experience that explores the depths of and reverence for the dualities of life.

Featuring Jodi Proznick – bass, Tilden Webb – piano, Jesse Cahill – drums & Heather Bambrick – vocals.

Tickets $25 each, available on Eventbrite.

Heather Bambrick Quartet
Friday, April 14, 2023
7:30 PM
Max Cameron Theatre

Acclaimed Toronto vocalist Heather Bambrick lights up the Max Cameron Theatre with the Jodi Proznick Trio. Don’t miss this roomful of JUNO nominees!

Featuring Heather Bambrick – vocals, Jodi Proznick – bass, Tilden Webb – piano & Jesse Cahill – drums.

Tickets $25 each, available on Eventbrite.