Anthony Panacci, Organist & Choir Director
Anthony Panacci attended the Humber Music Jazz Program from 1976-1980 and has received his Grade 10 Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
He is currently on faculty in the Humber College Music Program teaching jazz piano and in the recording studio program. Since 1976, he has been playing extensively in the Canadian music scene, both live and in the studio.
Anthony is a very versatile musician who plays jazz in festivals and clubs across Canada, notably in Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City. In 1986, he toured with classical guitarist Liona Boyd. He has played and recorded pop and country with David Clayton Thomas, Petula Clark, Shirley Eikhard, the Mersey Brothers and Pete Wade, Latin jazz with the Montuno Police, Robby Ameen and his own project “Eclectica Latino” featuring Raul Pineda and Roberto Viscaino.
Anthony also owns a full digital recording studio in his house, where he engineers and produces for bands, singers and music for TV and radio, many different jazz projects including his own “Eclectica Latino”, “Blues for Jazz” and his wife Mary’s “Her Perfume”. In 2016 and 2017, he played in the house band for the CBC Canadian Screen Awards with Norm MacDonald and Howie Mandel