♦  Energetic swing 
♦  Infectious Latin standards
♦  Jazz and popular classics
♦  Exquisite ballads 

Whether it’s the duo, trio, quartet or quintet, Stewart Hoffman’s Toronto jazz and wedding bands set the perfect tone for your

     ♦  wedding   ♦  private party  ♦  corporate event  ♦  Bar or Bat Mitzvah reception
     ♦  cocktail party

"Thank you so much for making the dinner on Monday night one of the best events we have ever held for our clients. I have been receiving nothing but glowing reviews of everything – and your music added that special touch! My vision of an enchanted evening came to life right in front of my eyes. Thanks again” . . . Adrienne McKeon, Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc., Corporate Event, The Distillery, Toronto, September 22, 2008

The unique blend of vibraphone (vibes) and guitar is a hallmark of our music.  It’s a combination that lends an unforgettable warmth and richness to the ensemble – without letting up on energy and drive.

We will be happy to help you plan the musical program for your corporate event, prepare that special wedding song, and discuss the combination of musicians that best suits your needs.

Our bands are comprised of some of the finest Toronto musicians who have years of experience performing at weddings, private and corporate functions, in jazz clubs and in recording studios (see Band members’ bios).

Whether your guests want to dance the night away or enjoy relaxed conversation with friends, Stewart will provide the perfect ambience with music to delight everyone.

Listen to Stewart’s bands – combinations of vibraphone, saxophone, guitar, bass and drums – and discover the sound that’s right for you.  You may want to consider a trio or quartet in which Stewart plays both drums and vibraphone.  (Listen to the two quartets to discover the possibilities!)

Pictured above is Stewart performing with a variety of Toronto Jazz bands.


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