Sing it Together
The Coalition for Music Education commemorates our country’s musical heritage with a new Music Monday anthem that celebrates the unifying power of music.
Sing It Together is a collaboration between multi-award winning veteran songwriters Marc Jordan and Ian Thomas. The recording and video feature Inuit throat singing, Métis fiddling, indigenous drumming, respected professional musicians, and children’s choirs in celebration of Canadian musical heritages.
Music Monday will take place on Monday, May 1, 2017 in cities across the country, anchored by a showcase event in Ottawa, ON.
More on Sing It Together at musicmonday.ca →
National Youth Band of Canada 2017
April 30 – May 7, 2017 | Vancouver & Whistler, British Columbia
Hosted by the BCBA and the Cantando Festival
Guest Conductor: Dr. Jeremy Brown, University of Calgary
The National Youth Band of Canada is a unique musical experience that provides Canada’s talented student musicians, ages 16 – 22, with an outstanding opportunity to perform and network with a renowned Canadian conductor, guest soloist and the country’s top young instrumentalists. Students from across Canada are united by their love of music and their desire to create a challenging concert program, all within a positive atmosphere and while creating lifelong friendships.
Encourage the 16 to 22-year-old musicians in your life to audition for the 2017 CBA National Youth Band of Canada.
Audition deadline: Sunday, November 27, 2016 @ midnight, Vancouver Pacific Time.
ABA Provincial Festival of Bands
May 8 – 18, 2017 | Red Deer College Red Deer, AB
Band Together: ABA 60th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign
Music is a lifelong journey that involves hard work and dedication that culminates in an overwhelming sense of accomplishment and never-ending happiness.
The Alberta Band Association is committed to providing resources that our schools and communities need to practice their craft and share it with us. Your donation to the ABA will support school & community band programs across Alberta. More →