Tim founded Belmont Village Bestival in 2017, a rapidly growing music and arts festival in the beautiful Belmont Village, Kitchener.
Tim Moher holds a Bachelor of Music (Hons.), B.A. and B.Ed. all from the University of Western Ontario (Canada). Presently, Tim is a retired music teacher who worked for 28 years with WCDSB. He has played all the saxophones with a variety of groups and has been featured as a classical, jazz and ragtime soloist over the past 40 years. Some of the bands and groups he has played with include, The Band of the Ceremonial Guard in Ottawa, Orchestra London, and The Forest City Saxophone Quartet. He has recorded with The Wellington Winds, The Royal City Saxophone Quartet, and The Windjammers. Locally, Tim manages the entertainment for The Grand River Food and Drink Show and is a regular performer at the Jazz Room. He is also very busy as a specialist in performing for Wedding ceremonies and receptions and various corporate events. Tim was the Artistic Director of “In Harmony to End MS”, an annual show held at the Conrad Centre for the Performing Arts (Kitchener) and the founder and Artistic Director of Belmont Village Bestival. Tim is very excited to have produced five CD’s of all original music with Rick Hutt of Cedartree Recording Studio.