and TOM VAN SETERS
Well known as an accomplished performer/composer/educator on the Canadian jazz scene for over twenty-five years, pianist Tom Van Seters is Associate Professor of Music at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta. He has performed in a wide variety of settings from solo to symphony orchestra and collaborated with numerous renowned musicians. His past CDs have featured Canadian jazz luminaries Don Thompson, Jim Vivian, Mike Murley, and Kevin Turcotte. He has also performed with American jazz greats Bob Mintzer, Jason Marsalis, Eddie Daniels, and Maria Schneider among others.
Chandelle Rimmer is an internationally recognized jazz vocalist, music educator, clinician, and adjudicator. She is Associate Dean, Students and Associate Professor of Music at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, and previously served as section head of voice in the Department of Music from 2012 until 2022. As a contemporary popular and jazz voice pedagogue, Chandelle emphasizes the development of high-level skill sets for the modern vocalist while enabling freedom for optimal vocal performance. As a performer, she is widely respected for her outstanding vocal talents and advanced abilities as an improviser. Chandelle released her debut CD Perspect-ism in 2012, which features her distinctive vocal style and unique compositions. In 2018, Chandelle worked with Associate Professor of Music (MacEwan University) and Canadian jazz musician, Tom Van Seters, on their first collaborative CD project, Stillness Falls.