Live at Aeolian Hall

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Friday March 15, 2019
8:00 pm   |  Doors Open @ 7:00 pm
$40 Advance (Main level)    $30 Advance (Balcony)     Limited JUNOfest wristbands will be granted entry   

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Moccio & Friends

Stephan Moccio returns to The Aeolian stage for the first time since 2010 & 25 years after graduating from Western University’s Music Program!

Join Stephan, along with some very special guests, for an unforgettable night of music at the historic Aeolian Hall!


Classically trained impresario, Oscar® and 3 time Grammy®-nominated artist Stephan Moccio is an LA -based Canadian producer, songwriter, composer, recording artist and musician behind some of music’s most massive, inescapable hits. In 2013, Moccio co-penned the quintuple-platinum song “Wrecking Ball” for Miley Cyrus. Following the song’s success, Moccio quickly became one of the industry’s most sought-after and in-demand producers and songwriters, going on to co-write and co-produce the two end credit songs for the film Fifty Shades of Grey: the quintuple-platinum “Earned It” (The Weeknd) and “I Know You” (Skylar Grey), which appeared on the film’s platinum selling soundtrack. Previously, Moccio co-wrote the Celine Dion hit “A New Day Has Come”, which spent 21 weeks at #1 on the Billboard AC chart, and marked Celine Dion’s record-breaking comeback in 2002. He also produced and co-wrote the quintuple-platinum song “I Believe” for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Avril Lavigne’s critically acclaimed come back single “Head Above Water” released in September, which Moccio co-wrote and produced, spent 4 days at #1 on iTunes Worldwide chart. He is currently producing songs, he has co-written for Celine’s new album, at his Santa Monica studio. Recent and upcoming collaborations include Labrinth, Ester Dean, Dua Lipa, Justin Tranter, Ross Golan, Lykke Li, Jamie Cullum, Paloma Faith and Noah Cyrus.


What is the nature of creativity? Is creativity an attribute, or is it a state of being? What ist the impetus for creative risk and exploration? Is it a problem solving or aesthetic expression?  And can a hindrance eventually become the unique signature of one’s creativity? Perhaps being forced to express oneself in a certain way rather than choosing to do so is, in the end, the thing that metamorphoses creativity into artistry.

Marc was born in Brooklyn NY the son of singer Charles Jordan and grew up in Toronto Canada. In 1978 Marc was signed to Warner Music in Burbank California by Steely Dan Producer Gary Katz and signed as a staff writer for Irving Almo pub. , Geffen Pub. and Warner Chappell Music in Hollywood. Jordan spent 16 years in LA writing song for and with Diana Ross, Chicago, Kansas, Manhattan Transfer, Kenny Loggins, Amanda Marshal, Amy Sky, Bette Midler, Natalie Cole, Roch Voisin, Canadian Tenors, Shawn Colvin, Olivia Newton-John, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Raitt, Josh Groban, Cher and Rod Stewart including the worldwide #1 hit Rhythm Of My Heart. Jordan has won numerous ASCAP, Juno, Socan and Smooth Jazz awards over the years. His songs have been on 35 million CD’s and he has recorded 14 CD’s of his own material on various labels including Warner Bros., Atlantic. RCA, and Blue Note. Jordan has numerous film credits and is the chair of the song writing dept at Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Center. Marc starred himself opposite Olivia Newton-John in the film SCORE A HOCKEY MUSICAL which opened the Toronto Film Festival.

Jordan is currently writing with Rod Stewart for Rods upcoming CD  and is on the advisory board of Humber College. At the request of his estate, Marc has been writing songs using unpublished works of Oscar Peterson and hopes to be finished the new works this year..Marc continues to tour himself and with the writers group Lunch At Allens.


Writing , performing, producing & collaborating. Born Aries fire sign, music & art is Saveria’s flame.

Saveria is a Canadian R&B, soul and psychedelic/pop singer. 21 year old, born in the great city of Ottawa and is now based in London Ontario. Taking up singing at a young age of 8, she has performed all over Canada ranging from fairs, festivals, charity’s, radio stations, and on TV. Saveria picked up a guitar & started writing songs when she was 13 years old, and a year later was touring Canada with Family channels STAND UP anti-bullying campaign.

When collaborating with progressive-sounding London musicians, John Fellner crossed her path while studying at HB Beal (school of the arts/music) & years later formed the band “Daytrip” in 2017. Their EP “Sleep Through the Madness” dropped May 2018, that included a collective of songs recorded with drummer, Keegan Marshall & bassist, Aidan Wasse. Creating a fresh new sound with soulful vocals & psychedelic pop fusions, their sound & lyrics can be enjoyed by everyone from all walks of life.

Currently based in London, Saveria is an active artist in her cities music scene. Saveria consistently strives to broaden her talents as she was enrolled in Music Industry Arts at Fanshawe College, which sparked the love for producing her own unique sound. Saveria is aiming to pump out as much content as she can in the next coming years. “I want to be creative everyday. I want to write, play my guitar, paint, create my own visuals for my music, play as many shows as I possibly can, jam with my friends…live, breathe, create.


El Sistema Aeolian is a free, intensive after-school orchestra program with the intent to influence social change through the pursuit of musical excellence.

The first El Sistema orchestra was founded in Venuezuela, in 1975. Today, El Sistema is a globally tested model of how a music program can create great musicians, while at the same time dramatically changing the life pathways of thousands of children.