Elliott Barenthin MUSIC

​​Past Projects

King Township Council Inaugural Ceremony

The Elliott Barenthin Jazz Project entertained guests during the reception following the King Council Inaugural Ceremony at the King Township Municipal Offices on Monday, November 21, 2022.


The Elliott Barenthin Jazz Project featured Elliott Barenthin on piano, Ephraim Hildebrand on vocals, Ian Mergelas on guitar and Keon Narinesingh on bass.

Toronto All Star Big Band


"One of the most exciting bands around, the Toronto All-Star Big Band revives the spirit style and sound of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s – that golden age of the big bands."


Elliott became the pianist for the 2021-2022 season and returned for the Fall of 2022, performing with TABB at various locations throughout Toronto and Southern Ontario including Casa Loma, The Old Mill, the Cabbagetown Festival, Kincardine Gathering of the Bands and the Oakville Centre of the Performing Arts to name a few.


Listen Here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_KGU0L-Wp8w

For further information: www.torontoallstarbigband.com 

Mirvish Productions: 2 Pianos 4 Hands

"Up-and-coming pianists showcased during 2 Pianos 4 Hands at the Royal Alexandra Theatre."


"In recognition of piano students, Mirvish Productions is opening up a performance opportunity before matinees and during intermissions in the CAA Lounge at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, a beautifully appointed room on the Dress Circle level of the theatre.


Elliott Barenthin was the pianist in the CAA Lounge before the performance and during intermission, entertaining patrons for the months of June and July of  2022. His music graced the lounge, playing the beautiful white piano.


To read more, go to:

https://www.mirvish.com/press/up-and-coming-pianists-showcased-during-2-pianos-4-hands-at-the-royal-alexandra-theatre

Wellington Public School Graduation Ceremony

Royal Venetian Manor, Aurora, ON


Featuring Drake Metcalf on Bass.


Elliott and Drake volunteered to entertain students, their families and school staff for the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2022. Playing a variety of jazz standards, their music quietly filled the banquet hall and added the perfect touch to the first graduation ceremony since the start of the pandemic. 

Cabbagetown Hidden Gardens & Private Spaces

With Elliott on piano and Matthew Leombruni on bass, the duet entertained the approximately 700 people that purchased tickets to the garden tour on Sunday, June 5, 2022. Their mellow music could be heard several blocks away and was surely a drawing factor and definitely a compliment to the beautiful garden landscapes on the tour.


www.cabbagetownreview.blogspot.com




6 Feet Apart TRIO

This TRIO was made up of Jazz Performance students from the University of Toronto. They met during their first year, which had been entirely on-line. They formed this TRIO during the COVID-19 global pandemic in the winter of 2020 - 2021.


In the face of many technological obstacles when it comes to group performances on-line, the members of this group challenged their musical skills and wanted to bring back their love of performance. Each member recorded their part separately and their parts were combined to produce three pieces. The Trio submitted their pieces to the 2021 Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Festival and were awarded a spot. This event was the TRIO's first and only performance.


Since the opening of various venues and the loosening of Covid restrictions, the members of the group have gone on to do other musical endeavours or continuing in their studies.

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Maddie Zeidenberg Jazz Band

The Maddie Zeidenberg Jazz Band was an improvisatory collective of five young musicians brought together in their York University Jazz Workshop in 2019, under the direction of pianist, Mark Eisenman. There they discovered a mutual passion for their music and the joy of playing together and decided to continue playing after their workshop ended. The band consisted of Matheus Caldas on guitar, Drake Metcalf on bass, Michael Mintchev on drums, Elliott Barenthin on piano and Maddie Zeidenberg on vocals.


The band had the opportunity to perform at the 2020 Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Festival and various venues throughout Toronto, including Hirut Cafe and The Emmet Ray.


Some members of the group continued their education at York University and others transferred to the University of Toronto and Humber College. After continuing to play together for just over two years, some of the musicians have graduated and others have moved on to pursue other musical endeavours or continuing their studies.

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