Music Alive Atlantic was launched in 2017 through some significant events with local partners, including a Young Artist Summit for Indigenous Musicians, an urban songwriting project, and interactive musician visits for rural schools. We look forward to building on these relationships and collaborating with artists in Atlantic Canada!
To the musicians who worked in the workshops in the morning, please accept my heartfelt THANK YOU on behalf of the ninety students here at Glace Bay High. We live in a very isolated area and it is difficult for us to have the experiences of students in the bigger cities. Please know that for whoever worked so tirelessly behind the scenes to make this happen, there are so many who really appreciate what you did for all of us.Glace Bay High School, Glace Bay NS
Find out how to participate in the Music Alive Program as a school, community partner, or artist. If you are interested in discussing how we could work together, please use the form below. Thank you!
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