Anthony Panacci

As a child Anthony studied the accordion in high school and while playing baritone sax he also started to play the piano.
From 1976 to 1980 he studied music in the Humber College Jazz program.
At the same time he studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and eventually received his grade10 in classical piano.
From 1979 onward, Anthony has been playing extensively in the Toronto and Canadian Music scene-live and in the studio.
In the Jazz scene he has recorded many CD's and toured canada playing numerous Jazz Festivals in Montreal, Toronto and Quebec City.
Anthony has played in such noted clubs: George's Spaghetti House, Top of the Senator, East85th, The Colonial Tavern and Lytes at The Royal York.
On the pop scene, Anthony has played and recorded with: Shirley Eikard, Paul Christopher, Demo Cates, Cecil Frennette, Coconut Groove,
The Mercy Brother's and local reggae band-Siren.
In 1986 Anthony toured Canada with classical guitarist Liona Boyd. in 1992 Anthony started his own recording studio, engineering and producing demo's and CD's.
Anthony is currently on the faculty at Humber College, teaching Jazz Piano, MIDI and Audio recording.
Anthony received the "Musician of the Year" in Mississauga in 1999.


Pat Perez, Coasting (CBC)

Jim Howard/Pat Sullivan Big Band "Stairway Down to The Star"

Dave Antonacci's Purple Changes "Seal Play"

Bob Mahaney "Vox Poppin"

Rick Lazer & Montuno Police "Bang"

Brian Hughes, "Between Dusk and Dreaming" and "Under One Sky" (Justin Time Records)

The K2 Project

Primal Therapy

Miachael Farquharson "The Arrival" (Jazz Inspiration)

Sound Ideas Jazz CD and SOLO Piano CD

Anthony Panacci "Eclectica Latino"