Music Alive Program

Empowering Canada’s rural, Indigenous, and underserved
communities through music and the arts.

After 15 incredible years, the NAC’s Music Alive Program has grown to include learning and cultural exchange in dance and theatre in addition to music. Because of this expansion, we have now merged all Music Alive Program activities with Arts Alive programming, and we are no longer using the Music Alive Program name. 

Please visit Arts Alive to learn more about the NAC’s current learning and engagement programming in music, theatre, and dance, with schools and communities across the country.

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