Heather was trained classically through the Royal Conservatory of Music under the expert direction of legendary Soprano Eleanor Calbes. She has performed since childhood and has enjoyed appearing in numerous professional productions such as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Elgin Theatre), Footloose (Stage West Calgary), and Tropicale (Canada’s Wonderland). For the past 10 years she performed as a frequent soloist with Windmill Theatre Productions, appearing in over 50 concerts. She has performed live on Breakfast Television, Global TV, Rogers TV and many other notable Canadian media outlets. Heather is also the proud recipient of the 2001 Mississauga Arts Award for Emerging Theatre, and a 2018 Mississauga Music Award for Best New Artist.
Heather is now living her dream, performing as a featured soloist and bandleader at major stages and festivals across the Toronto area, including Mel Lastman’s Square, the Collingwood Elvis Festival, Mississauga Celebration Square, Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre and Fort York. Heather performs as a solo artist, and can also be seen singing regularly in the duo River North, featuring her partner in music and in life, singer songwriter Matt Zaddy.
Heather Christine is poised to make her mark on Canada’s music scene. Both soulful and captivating, she has worked professionally for over 15 years as a vocalist, actress, and dancer. Heather dazzles audiences across Canada with her vivacious stage presence, expressive voice and engaging personality.
Heather's debut release, 'Love in Colour', is an eclectic blend of original R&B, Jazz, and Pop music set for release in 2019. The album features some of Ontario’s leading Jazz musicians including Mark Kelso, Collin Barrett, Anthony Panacci, and John Johnson, with a featured performance by singer songwriter Matt Zaddy.
Music definitely runs in Heather’s family. She takes inspiration from her Great-Grandfather, notable Jazz Musician Jimmy Kerr, an accomplished Saxophonist and Composer. Jimmy performed with the likes of Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.