Stuart Broomer is a Canadian editor, music critic, pianist, article writer, jazz historian, and composer. He’s a previous editor with CODA mag and currently functions as an editor at Trainer House Books. Being a music critic he provides written content for Amazon.com, World and Email, Toronto Life, Straight down Defeat, Musicworks, Cadence Mag, ParisTransatlantlic and Sign to Sound. He in addition has authored a lot more than 60 liner essays for music artists internationally. His publication Period and Anthony Braxton was released by Mercury Press in ’09 2009. He’s a member from the music faculty at George Dark brown College. Broomer is a graduate from the Royal Conservatory of Music where he studied music structure and piano with Samuel Dolin. Being a pianist, he’s most widely known for playing in the jazz trio “Broomer, Mars & Smith” in the 1970s and afterwards the duo “Stuart Broomer & John Mars” through the 1980s, both which included compositions by Broomer within their repertoire. The duo released a 1983 recording, Annihilated Shock, on Ugly Doggie Records.
"Stuart Broomer & John Mars", by Charlotte Dillon, in any way Music Guide Power control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 304972606 LCCN: n83073260 GND: 1038263999