Born into a musical family, along with his older brother, Peter, an accomplished pianist. In high school, Tim’s music teacher brought the class on a trip to hear Maynard Ferguson’s Big Band in Toronto. This experience ignited Tim’s passion for jazz.
He went on to receive an Honours Bachelor of Music, B.A. and B.Ed from The University of Western Ontario.
Tim has been featured as a jazz, classical, and ragtime soloist with many musical groups including, Orchestra London, The Royal City Saxophone Quartet, The Wellington Winds, and The Band of the Ceremonial Guard in Ottawa. Additionally, Tim is the newest member of the Kitchener-Waterloo band, the ‘KW Big Band Theory’.
Locally, Tim managed entertainment and continues to perform at The Food and Drink Show, along with performing at wedding ceremonies, receptions, and corporate events.
With a greater focus on creativity and composition in the past two years, he produced his inaugural CD in 2013 alongside Rick Hutt of the Cedartree Recording Studio that featured all original music.
After 30 years of performing fresh and inventive sounds across the region, Tim aspires to become a full time performer and writer. Presently, a retired music teacher for the Waterloo Catholic District School Board, he continues to work on bringing music to the people through his various entertainment ventures including the Belmont Village Bestival.
At the Jazz Room
Tim Moher (saxes)
Paul Stouffer (keys)
Greg Prior (Bass)
Shane Guse (Fiddle)
Tony Snyder (French Horn)
Andy Macpherson (Drums)
David Cheon (Guitar
Rob Gellner (Trumpet)