Celebrated for her stunning virtuosity, nuance and broad musical versatility, Wisconsin-born violinist, Rebekah Wolkstein has established a strong presence on the Toronto music scene.
Tim Wynne-Jones is an English–Canadian author of thirty-three books for kids of all ages from picture books to short story collections and novels. He has also written three adult novels, radio dramas, songs for the CBC/Jim Henson production Fraggle Rock, as well as a children's musical and an opera libretto.
In demand for his creativity and versatility, guitarist Geoff Young has appeared at clubs and festivals worldwide.
Heather Clara Young has worked in the field of arts management for twenty-five years.
A graduate of the Humber College Music Program, Tony Zorzi is one of Toronto’s busier guitarists. Currently he is a member of the Toronto jazz and rock fusion group Five After Four, with whom he has recorded three albums.
Allen Zuk began his career in Edmonton, starting with newspaper design and production in 1990, working his way up to production management, then moving on to web design and multimedia in 1997.
Kyo Maclear is a novelist, essayist and children’s author. She was born in London, England and moved to Toronto at the age of four with her father (a foreign correspondent and documentary filmmaker) and mother (a painter and art dealer).
Noah Richler is an author, journalist, cultural critic, occasional broadcaster, podcaster and former political candidate.