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Nathan Hiltz

guitarist

video : Eugene Beck

SHOWS

The Home Smith Bar - Saturday Feb 23 2019, 9 Old Mill Rd, Etobicoke, ON
ft Jake Koffman(saxophone) , Mark Godfrey (bass), and Nick Fraser (drums)

EP RELEASES IN MARCH 2019
Live at The Rex Hotel 194 Queen St W. Toronto, ON 6:30pm-8:30pm Every Wednesday in March

March 6 - The Koffman Hiltz Quartet
EP RELEASE
Jake Koffman - saxophone
Mark Godfrey - bass
Morgan Childs - drums

March 13 - The Griffith Hiltz Trio
EP RELEASE
Johnny Griffith - saxophones, synth
Neil Macintosh - drums

March 20 - Toronto International Folk Festival
EP RELEASE 'Waltz for Tupac'
Jake Koffman - saxophones
Chris Banks - bass
Ben Riley - drums

March 27 - Robot Cops
EP RELEASE 'Los Robots Cazadores Du Cancun'
Rebecca Hennesy - trumpet
Michael Herring - bass
Tim Shia - Drums

Bio

Nathan Hiltz is a jazz guitarist based in Toronto, Canada. He was born in Nova Scotia then moved to Toronto in 1999. Since then he has recorded with such artists as Bernie Senensky, Jill Barber, Del Dako, Brand Disterheft, and Ori Dagan to name a few and even one tune with jazz icon Sheila Jordan!  Nathan performs over 200 gigs a year in Toronto and has toured extensively across Canada with Johnny Griffith, Terra Hazelton, and Melissa Lauren.  He attended Humber College (B.Mus) and later the University of Toronto (M.Mus) and has studied privately with Jim Hall, Reg Schwager, Adam Rodgers and many others. Nathan currently teaches at The Humber College of Creative and Performing Arts.

photo : Pat Lacroix

Lessons

  1. Private lessons are taught from Nathan’s home studio in the St. Clair and Bathurst area.

  2. Lesson fee is $60/hr or $35/30 mins ($50/$25 when paid for one month in advance at the first lesson of each month)

  3. Lessons cancelled by the student with less than 24 hours notice must be paid for (except in the case of an emergency). The instructor has the option to reschedule.

  4. All styles and skill levels are welcome.

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