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Matthew Sibiga

Matthew Sibiga

Matthew Sibiga has worked for Random House of Canada for 20 years and is currently the imprint sales director the Knopf Random Vintage Canada Publishing Group. 

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Darren Sigesmund

Darren Sigesmund

Darren Sigesmund is a Toronto-based trombonist, pianist and composer. He has studied piano and composition extensively under the tutelage of Toronto instructor Frank Falco.

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Antanas Sileika

Antanas Sileika

Antanas Sileika was director of the Humber School for Writers for fifteen years. His latest book, the memoir The Barefoot Bingo Caller, was published by ECW Press in May 2017.

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Denzal Sinclaire

Denzal Sinclaire

Denzal Sinclaire, a graduate of McGill University’s Jazz Performance program is one of Canada’s most popular jazz vocalists and is ranked among the finest jazz singers of his generation.

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Charles C. Smith

Charles C. Smith

Charles is currently a lecturer in cultural pluralism in the arts at the University of Toronto Scarborough. 

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Michele Smith

Michele Smith

Michele Smith is co-artistic director of Theatre Smith-Gilmour. She received her Master’s Degree in French Literature from the University of Aix-en-Provence and she studied at the famous School of Jacques Lecoq in Paris.

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Maureen Spillane

Maureen Spillane

Part-time Faculty, Music Business

With more than a decade of experience in bringing results-based strategy to the table for world-class record labels and artists, Maureen Spillane is a marketer and freelance label and project manager working in Toronto, Ontario.

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Graham Stairs

Graham Stairs

Part-time Faculty, Music Business

Graham Stairs is president of Popguru Sound & Vision, the Shadow Cabinet Music Group and the Confidence Emperors.

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Christopher Stanton

Christopher Stanton

Christopher Stanton has been creating work for stage and screen for over twenty years.

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Cordelia Strube

Cordelia Strube

Cordelia Strube is an accomplished playwright and the author of ten critically acclaimed novels.

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Neil Swainson

Neil Swainson

Neil Swainson was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 15, 1955. He began working with Paul Horn in 1975, and played in his band for two years. Neil also backed up such musicians as Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, and Sonny Stitt. In 1977, Neil moved to Toronto, which has become his home.

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Steve Szmutni

Steve Szmutni

Steve Szmutni, Newfoundland native and long time Saskatchewan resident, began his music training in Brandon University’s Music Education program. He continued his studies at Humber College, where he graduated in 1992 with an Honors Diploma in Music.

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