Novick, Honey & Chris Henderson
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Honey Novick lives in Toronto, is a singer, songwriter, voice teacher and poet. She directs the Creative Vocalization Studio and the UNESCO-endorsed "New Songs for Peace" project. Honey is also the song facilitator for Sheena's Place and the literary director of ARTWALK.
Her repertoire ranges from light classical to avant-garde jazz to children's music, as well as poplar and folk tunes. Honey sings in seven languages, including Japanese, Hebrew, Yiddish, French, Italian, Spanish, English and ONE song in Mandarin.
Carnegie Recital Hall, NYC
Opening of Walker Court at Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Concert for World Peace at Seibu Lions' Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
Irving Layton Tribute at Centaur Theatre (with Leonard Cohen in attendance) Soloist for Music of Mordechai Sandberg,
Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau
Toronto Mayor Philip Givens
Toronto Mayor David Miller
Wrote music for:
Mel's Bells for Mayor Mel Lastman of North York
National Writers' Union of America, NYC
People's Voice Café, NYC
Anthems for Canada-Cuba Friendship Day (6 years in a row) for municipal and federal Canadian governments
Performance at Rainbow Room, Hollywood, California
Addressed the Spirituality in Health Care Conference of Medical and Healthcare professionals, Toronto
Peace in Education conference, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
"Love Letters to Sal Mineo" Tribute, Hollywood, Calif.
Soloist and Support Soprano for Beth David B'nai Israel Beth Am Synagogue and the Toronto Jewish Folk Choir
Composer for TVO campaign song "Way to Go TVO"
Keynote Speaker, YMCA Peace Award to Rubin "Hurricane" Carter
2010 Bobbi Nahwegahbow Memorial Award Winner
"..Congratulations, our awards committee met yesterday, and unanimously elected you this year's recipient of
The Bobbi Nahwegahbow Memorial Award.
We are honored to present this award to you at The Fourth Annual Bed Push Parade Opening Ceremony, by the Patient Built east wall at Queen and Shaw, on the grounds of CAMH, at 1pm on Saturday July 17th 2010."
CAPAC (Composers, Authors, Publishers Association of Canada) 7 years in a row
Yamaha Classical Music Competition (vocals), Tokyo, Japan
Ben and Hilda Katz Foundation: Ossington Institute; Opportune Productions
Honourable Mention - Most Popular Poem Award
Verse Afire, The Ontario Poetry Society for "The Blackness of AMazing"
March 2006 - Nominated for Peace Ambassador
Women Who Make A Difference
Women of Distinction
Constance E. Hamilton Award