On Tuesday, legendary singer/songwriter Andy Kim paid a visit to the Music Canada courtyard to perform an acoustic set for staff and Liberty Village businesses and residents. Kim performed his iconic hits “How’d We Ever Get This Way,” “Sugar, Sugar,” and “Rock Me Gently,” and provided personal anecdotes from his extensive career.
Following a full-band performance on Breakfast Television Monday, MapleMusic recording artist Peter Katz stopped by the Music Canada courtyard for an acoustic performance of songs off his new album We Are The Reckoning. The Toronto singer/songwriter (originally from Montreal) is gearing up for an international tour in support of the new album before returning to Canada in May for a cross-country stint. Music Canada was pleased to host invitees from surrounding Liberty Village businesses for the performance.
Earlier this week, Halifax, NS singer-songwriter Mo Kenney dropped by the Music Canada office for an intimate courtyard performance featuring songs off her latest album In My Dreams and a cover of “Five Years” by David Bowie by request. In My Dreams is Kenney’s sophomore release and was produced by Joel Plaskett, who also co-wrote some of the songs for the album. Mo Kenney is currently on tour across Canada and you can check out the tour dates here.
'The Mastering of a Music City - Sault Ste. Marie' has kicked off! We are proud to host an amazing panel of experts and the incredible and engaged audience with us today! @MusicCanada @watertowerinn @DestNorthernOnt @CONSERVATORYtwt
Coming up just after 4pm EST on @CBCHereandNow, @MiraMulholland, Chair of the Music Canada Advisory Council, will join the show to discuss her #ArtsandCultureVoter initiative, which highlights the importance of the cultural sector in #elxn43. Listen live @ https://t.co/uJ8GZ5yxVA
On now at @MaMAevent in Paris, @miramulholland, Chair of the Music Canada Advisory Council, joins the 'Artists as Activists' panel, featuring artists from around the world discussing how creators can make a difference. #mama19
They are artist and activists, leading the fight for a fairer music eco-system, against discrimination, for a more sustainable world and so on. See them @MaMAevent at 3pm: @crispinhunt @IvorsAcademy @miramulholland @tryo @Barbieturix and Count Eldridge.
A vibrant music economy drives value for cities
in several ways: job creation, economic
growth, tourism development, city brand building
and artistic growth. Join us for Mastering of a Music City - Sault Ste. Marie on October 17th https://t.co/vc1jingVrb
Music City Sault Ste. Marie! How can we grow our music economy? Learn more and join the conversation on October 17 @watertowerinn from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. During the forum, there will be an expert panel discussion. Read more at: https://t.co/p6ixkdWBhi. @SSMCOC @SaultTourism
The @CityofToronto's new Noise Bylaw, which includes quantitative dB limits for amplified sound & an adjustment to point of measurement for dB levels, better recognizes the crucial role live music plays in making Toronto a vibrant & inclusive Music City. https://t.co/uWiGMmno1Q