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NIGHTENGALE MUSIC COMPANY
May 22 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm$15.00
Nightingale Music Company is a band based out of Toronto, Ontario. Founded in 2017, this band is a collection of experienced jazz musicians who have been playing together in various groups for over 5 years.
The band members consist of four graduates from Humber College’s Bachelor of Music program, and is fronted by Emily Steinwall. Steinwall is a saxophonist and vocalist, and at 22 years old was named one of CBC’s “35 best Canadian jazz artists under 35”.
The other band members include some of Toronto’s brightest young jazz musicians, and are: David Steinmetz (drums), Hayden Farrar (bass) and Trevor Peverley (guitar).
What makes Nightingale different
We understand that every event has unique characteristics such as budget, size and atmosphere. Nightingale Music Co. offers a wide range of services in order to provide you a perfect, custom fit for your event.
Our front-woman Emily Steinwall is a versatile vocalist, saxophonist and flautist, which allows us to offer both vocal and instrumental music in a wide range of styles. So whether you are looking for an instrumental jazz band to add a sophisticated atmosphere, or for a singer to deliver your favourite pop songs, we’ve got you covered.
We also offer bands in the format of duos, trios, quartets or quintets. This allows us to cater to the specific volume level and atmosphere of your event’s setting. Whether you need a duo for an intimate dinner party, or a swinging jazz quartet to fill up a big hall, (or both!) we can provide the perfect style and level of music for your needs.
Emily Steinwall in an emerging tenor saxophone player, flautist and bandleader based in Toronto, Canada. She has a deep respect and connection to the jazz tradition while still maintaining a fresh approach to improvising and composing. Emily performs frequently in Toronto as a leader with her group Bloom, and as a side-musician with a number of diverse groups including: Mason Victoria’s Sonuskapos Jazz Orchestra, Tom Upjohn’s We Are All, and the Funny Funk Band.