Heather Bambrick is in demand as a performer, educator, and broadcaster. She has worked with a vast array of artists, including Phil Nimmons, Kenny Wheeler, Fred Hirsch, Gene DiNovi, Guido Basso, Lea Delaria, Peter Appleyard, Anne Hampton Callaway, John Lamb, Carol Welsman, Jackie Richardson, Denzal Sinclaire, and the late Rob McConnell.
Heather has recorded with acts ranging from the Royal Jelly Orchestra and the Caliban Quartet, to Carol Welsman and Peter Appleyard. She was a founding member of the Downbeat Award winning Beehive Singers, performing throughout North America in support of their self-titled recording.
Her own debut CD It's About Time (2003) was nominated for Best Jazz Recording at the 2004 East Coast Music Awards and received international praise and radio airplay. Her follow-up recording, Those Were The Days, was also nominated for Best Jazz Recording at the 2007 East Coast Music Awards. She and theatre great Rudy Webb were featured on "This Is Love", the music of Irving Berlin and award winning actor, musician, and songwriter, the late Irving Dobbs. Heather is also one of several top Canadian Jazz vocalists featured on Peter Appleyard's recent release "Sophisticated Ladies".