History Series: Stuart Broomer, interviewed by Jennie Punter

Interview in History Series

The Music Gallery presents
Stuart Broomer, interviewed by Jennie Punter
part of the History Series
Thursday December 10

Over the spring and summer we programmed several interviews in our Music Gallery At Home series focusing on veterans and elders in our community. We have continued this initiative this season starting with Norman Otis Richmond during our festival. This interview features a writer/ musician whose association with the Music Gallery goes back to our very beginnings. Stuart Broomer is a writer, editor, critic, composer and multi-instrumentalist. The author of Time and Anthony Braxton (Mercury Press, 2009), he also served as editor of Toronto’s cutting-edge jazz publication, Coda; He currently composes film soundtracks and writes about music for several international publications.

Interviewing him will be Musicworks Magazine editor Jennie Punter. Jennie has been covering music and film for more than 30 years including work as a contributor to the Toronto Star (1992-2002) and The Globe and Mail (2002-2013). During that time she was a staff editor and writer for Music Express and IMPACT magazines, and contributing editor to Flare magazine.

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