Steve Crowe graduated from Humber College in 1985, and he quickly established a reputation in Toronto as a consummate professional trumpet player.
Troy Cunningham has worked in book publishing for just over a decade.
Guitarist Emile d'Eon is an a in-demand session player and clinician.
Sienna Dahlen is one of Canada’s most versatile and original singer-composer-multi-instrumentalists. She is currently based in Toronto, Canada where she works as a freelance musician and educator.
Jacob Damelin is a pianist, composer and educator born in Toronto, Ontario. He teaches jazz, classical and popular music and has taught at schools and colleges in the United States, Canada and India.
Professor for Introduction to Theatre 2, and Drafting 1
Glenn teaches Introduction to Theatre 2 and Drafting 1.
Davidson is an active educator. She is on faculty at York University, the Humber College Community Music School and the National Music Camp of Canada (Jazz Faculty).
Diane Davy is President of Castledale, a consulting company specializing in the business side of the cultural sector with an emphasis on book and magazine publishing. Davy also serves as the part-time executive director of WorkInCulture.
Canadian Jazz Pianist Greg de Denus is currently based in Toronto, Ontario. Greg’s wide creative range, impressive technical ability, and uncompromisingly original improvisations have firmly established him as a rising star in the Jazz and Improvised music communities.
Paul de Jong is a Voice and Speech Instructor and Coach with over twenty years of experience. He was the Program Director for Humber's Theatre Performance program for three years and Head of Voice for six years.
Best known for his multi-platinum success with rock artist Kim Mitchell, Paul has forged a career which encompasses funk, fusion, jazz and latin.
Winner of the Grand Prix de Jazz General Motors 2006 at the Montreal Jazz Festival and Galaxie Rising Star 2010 at the Halifax Jazz Festival, alto saxophonist Luis Gonzalez Deniz is a name to watch out for.