At Great Canadian, we believe every event is special and deserves the right talent. We use only the finest piano entertainers in the country - so when you book with us, you know that you're hiring veteran players, with years of experience and a repertoire to match. So whether you want to hear Journey or Justin Timberlake - you can have the confidence that our players not only know it, but will absolutely nail it.

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Joel lightman

With over twenty years of professional musicianship under his belt, including stints with major stadium-filling bands and world tours with his own projects, Joel has a well-rounded and well-respected piano style and brings his charm and personality to every appearance. A veteran of hundreds of dueling shows, his breadth of repertoire has earned him plaudits worldwide.

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Cody fenwick

Cody cut his teeth playing at The Four Seasons Hotel and The Madison Avenue Pub in Toronto. Across North America, Cody has performed for Sting, Quincy Jones and Liam Neeson amongst others. His amazing vocal range and enthusiasm for dueling is an asset to any event.

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mike walmsley

Mike has been a professional musician in Toronto for over 17 years. For five years, he was the resident "Piano Man" at The Madison Avenue Pub. Mike has been music director and keyboard player for numerous bands, incudling Finnighan, The Free Press, Electric Blonde and Always ABBA, as well as Dreamer - The Supertramp Experience.

 

 

 

 

alec steinwall

Alec has worked as a professional pianist and singer for over 25 years, playing clubs and private functions across Canada and Europe.  Although he still performs regularly as a solo artist, Alec has devoted his career over the last decade to the art of dueling pianos.

 

 

donavon lenabat

Donavon spent several years touring around parts of the world while performing on cruise ships, eventually coming back home to Toronto to further his musical career. Since then, he has worked with many bands and stellar musicians, including Jim Cuddy, Molly Johnson, Esthero, The Tenors (formerly “The Canadian Tenors”), Andy Maize, Mark Cassius, Sharron Matthews, Ed Robertson, Steven Page, and playing Keyboards 2 in the Toronto production of Jersey Boys. Donavon is a force to be reckoned with on the dueling stage.