The Canadian Music Centre BC is participating in the Canada wide Culture Days. We are hosting a number of events at the BC Creative Hub (our performance space) @ 837 Continue Reading →
This is a fabulous clip from CBS Sunday Morning about the impact that singing in a chorus has on not just singers, but everyone in their community.
Here is an article from Charity Village Research about how organizations can work to build inte-rorganizational collaboaratives. By Joan Roberts, Septebmer 19, 2011 You hear it all the time. For Continue Reading →
From Gail Perry’s Blog Here is Gail Perry’s list of top qualities to look for in Board members for non-profit organizations (warning – it may not be a politically correct Continue Reading →
Canadian researchers find playing a musical instrument delays the onset of age-related hearing decline .Musicians retain the ability to distinguish speech in noisy conditions far longer than non-musicians. That’s the Continue Reading →
An interesting article on education appeared this past week in the New York Times. Here is a brief excerpt and a link to the article on their website. Dominic Randolph Continue Reading →
What Can Music Education do for you?
The Surrey Board of Trade participated in the Community Grant discussion process earlier this month in Surrey. The following information comes from their website: The Surrey Board of Trade’s recommendations Continue Reading →
Yes it is now September, where did the summer disappear to? Most of us will be back teaching next week with new school year starting on Tuesday. Many of our Continue Reading →