Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Friday, Jan 27 - 9 PM. Blue Goose 1 Blue Goose St. Etobicoke.
Saturday, Jan 28 - 9 PM. Tracks . 60 Queen St E. Brampton
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Monday, January 23, 2012
How to Fail in the Music Business by Steve Grossman. From a webcast in Sept 2011, Grammy Award winning industry music veteran, Steve Grossman, takes us on his musical journey and shows us the mistakes songwriters/artists make in building their music careers.
NSAI will also be doing song evaluations. Please bring a song with 10-15 copies of the lyric. Play your song live or bring a CD or cassette.
NSAI Songwriter's Night
Come join us for a fun evening of entertainment at NSAI's songwriter's night at the Moonshine Cafe. We feature 4 NSAI songwriters from 8-9 PM followed by an open mic which is open to ALL songwriters. Sign up for the Open Mic starting at 7:30 PM. Each songwriter will get to perform 2-3 songs each and once all writers have played, we'll do it again time permitting.
When: Jan 25, 7:30 PM Open Mic Signup, 8 PM Feature round, followed by Open Mic
Where: Moonshine Cafe, 137 Kerr St, Oakville, On
Who: Host: Karl Widmeyer with feature NSAI writers, Neil Morrissey & Jared Thibeau
Come out and support your local songwriters!!!
Next NSAI Songwriter's Night: Feb 16, 2012.
Dan McVeigh - email@example.com
Shaun Devlin - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Monday, January 9, 2012
The Ontario Registered Music Teachers’ Association – Brampton, Bolton, Caledon Branch proudly presents:
“Getting Inside Classical Music”
with Peter Mose
Sunday, January 29, 2012 , 2-5 pm
Chinguacousy Wellness Centre, Room 2
995 Peter Robertson Blvd, Brampton, ON L6R 2E9
Six years ago, Peter Mose was asked to teach a music appreciation course at Ryerson University's LIFE Institute, a non-credit school for lifelong learners. He was a clueless beginner at classroom teaching, despite his career as a music critic and piano teacher. But he said yes.
The result has been far more stimulating and successful than he might have imagined. He has since developed several listening courses for the Life Institute that have found him exploring creative new directions of music learning, drawing on his backgrounds in musicology, criticism, adult education, and studio teaching. He has been working closely with a sound engineer to develop a customized set of CD listening excerpts to form a curriculum core, and he continues to craft participatory workshops which dispel fears about classical music, while inviting listeners into musical conversations with one another.
Peter has been presenting these unique talks in a variety of settings in Canada and the US, to audiences of all sizes. His participants now include music students and music teachers, as well as adult neophytes. His teaching journey is ongoing, and we at the Brampton-Bolton-Caledon branch of the ORMTA are pleased to present Peter in a workshop session on Sunday, January 29. We know it will be both lively and enlightening, and we welcome anyone interested to join us -- music teachers, teen and adult music students, and those Peter cheerfully calls "normal people."
$15 adults $10 students Refreshments will be served. To pre-register, please call Jen Smele 905-453-8609 or e-mail at email@example.com
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Upcoming January showsJan 13 & 14 - Pepperwood Bistro - Burlington
Jan 20 - Britannia Pub - Thornhill
Jan 21 - Eton House - Toronto (North of 49 full band)
Jan 27 - Blue Goose - Etobicoke (North of 49 trio)
Jan 28 - Tracks - Brampton (North of 49 trio)
Canadian artists are invited to submit proposals for a new sculpture for the Haliburton Sculpture Forest located in Glebe Park in the village of Haliburton, Ontario.
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is looking for a work of artistic/design excellence and durability that suits the natural attributes of the Haliburton Sculpture Forest and addresses the theme of Avian Fauna - birds of Haliburton Highlands region.
The winning artist will be responsible for the cost of materials and transporting the
sculpture to the site.
The sculpture may be an existing work or a new work. The Sculpture Forest will pay up
to $9,500 (plus HST if applicable) for the work.
Sculpture is to be installed by June 15, 2012
Proposals must include a description of the sculpture, detailed drawings or a maquette (if it is a proposed new work), photographs (if it is an existing work), description of materials and installation method and five pictures of other recent work. Details are provided in the terms of reference.
For the detailed terms of reference contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submissions: 3:00 p.m., February 29, 2012
Notification of winning submissions: March 15, 2012
Inquiries: Jim Blake at 705-457-5278 or email@example.com
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
THE REV. DR. HARPER