Tag Archives: music

Music in Early Childhood Classes

Registration is Now Open for all CMEP 2018/19 Early Childhood Classes :

Community Music Education Program (CMEP)
CMEP is a well-established community music program with an unparalleled early childhood curriculum for babies and children of all ages. Our teachers make the difference. All are musicians and early childhood educators.We are offering the following options for ages 3, 4/5, and 6 years:

Ages 0 to 36 months
Parenting With Music (PWM)

New this year: For those who are familiar with our parent/baby music classes (Parenting With Music + Suzuki Early Childhood), we have now combined the elements of these classes into one curriculum under the “Parenting With Music (PWM)” title. This allows us to offer a greater variety of days and times to all parents with babies age
0 to 36 months:
Wed 9:15-10:00am (PWM-W1)
Wed 10:05-10:50am (PWM-W2)
Sat 11:00-11:45am (PWM-S)

Ages 3 to 6 years
Music in Early Childhood (MEC)

3’s
Tue 1:00 – 1:45pm (MEC3-T)
Wed 11:00 -11:45am (MEC3-W)
Sat 10:00 -10:45am (MEC3-S)

4/5’s
Tue 2:00 – 3:00pm (MEC4/5-T)
Wed 12:00 – 1:00pm (MEC4/5-W)
Sat 9:00 -10:00am (MEC4/5-S1)
Sat 12:45 – 1:45pm (MEC4/5-S2)

6’s
Sat 11:45 – 12:45pm (MEC6-S)

Register soon to avoid disappointment! Secure your preferred class today. Visit our website for detailed descriptions and a full list of all days and times offered: www.wiltonmusic.com

* NEW LOCATIONS of Classes *
Tuesday classes: St John’s Parish Hall behind Cathedral at 816 Spadina Cres
Wednesday classes: Albert Community Centre, 610 Clarence Ave S
Saturday classes: Wildwood Mennonite Church, 1502 Acadia Dr, lower level

Music for the Gut 8

MUSIC For The GUT ‘8’

Thursday, August 23
TCU Place!
Tickets: https://tcutickets.ca

BEST Variety Show in Saskatoon! 8th annual for Crohn’s & Colitis Canada!
Jordie Hughton-artistic director, Kristen Raney-choral director, Jared Tehse-pianist.
Guests: Jay Semko, Brianna Burtt, Stephen Maguire and Theresa Sokyrka.
Soloists: William Boan-violin and Gerard Weber-sax.
55 performers! 15-piece Gut Banda!
http://musicforthegut.com

Kids of Note concert

Kids of Note, a non-profit organization, is an integrated choir that serves Saskatoon children aged 7 and up, with and without disabilities, who love to sing. In an environment of equity, support and mutual respect among peers, Kids of Note develops performance skills and fosters an appreciation of music through rehearsals, home practice and concerts.

13th Annual Spring Concert
Sunday, April 29, 2018
at 2 pm

$10 Tickets at Picatic.com

Silflay String Quartet

A Celebration of Music and Community!

Join us for an afternoon of music featuring Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra’s Silflay String Quartet performing musical gems by Jewish composers Achron and Korngold.

Sunday October, 22, 2017
2:00 pm
Congregation Agudas Israel (715 McKinnon Ave S)
FREE Admission

Donations accepted for the Congregation Agudas Israel Legacy Project Capital Campaign and St. John’s Cathedral Organ Restoration Fund.

Magic City Chorus

Your Voice has a Place On Our Risers!
Magic City Chorus Invites You To An Open House Event To Experience Four Part A Capella Harmony!
For Women with a PASSION for Singing and Performance!
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 – 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

COME SING FOR THE HEALTH OF IT!

For Information and Registration Details Contact Yvette
PH: 306-955-6033
E-mail: y.jaspar@shaw.ca
Website: www.magiccitychorus.com

Our goal is to reach as many women 16 years and older who love singing and are interested in A Capella singing through the musical art form of barbershop harmony. We are hoping you can help.

Sweet Adeline’s International is an organization that provides music, fun and friendship. Magic City Chorus has been a proud member of this organization for 60 years. We are a caring, harmonious community that reaches into our membership and out into the world, creating a safe, encouraging, supportive and positive impact on all women.

Music for the GUT

MUSIC For The GUT ‘7’
7th Annual Concerts for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada!

Jordie Hughton & 50 Friends – 2 Different Performances! – The Best Variety Shows in Saskatoon!
Thursday, August 24 and Saturday Aug 26 – Cornerstone Church (315 Lenore Drive) – 7:00 pm.
$25 Single Ticket – $40 COMBO Ticket (Thurs AND Sat) at:
– McNally Robinson
– Saskatoon Academy of Music (629 1st Ave N)
$30 at church Door concert nights.

306-384-4502
www.MusicfortheGut.com

Welcome Cabaret & Reading

Welcome Cabaret & Reading
Saskatoon Public Library, Francis Morrison Branch

Come welcome Arthur Slade, the new Writer in Residence!

Wednesday night, September 21, at 7PM is a big ol’ all ages cabaret of reading and fun featuring music by Sheldon Corbet and Brenda Baker. Arthur Slade will slip in a few readings here and there, too. And there will be wonderful, wonderful food. It’s all downstairs in the Frances Morrison Central Library.

No need to RSVP. Just come on down!

Community Music Education Program

Wilton Academy Of Music – Home of the Community Music Education Program

For over 30 years, the Community Music Education Program has enriched the lives of children and families in Saskatoon. With our unparalleled early childhood music curriculum, we nurture a love of music supported by our knowledge of young children and their developmental abilities.

We offer:
• Parenting With Music – birth to age 3
• Music in Early Childhood – ages 3 to 6
• Suzuki Early Childhood – birth to age 3
• Private Lessons – piano, violin and guitar in traditional or suzuki method

Our teachers make the difference. All are musicians and early childhood educators.

Register Today at: www.wiltonmusic.com

Saskatoon Youth Music Theatre Summer Camp

Saskatoon Youth Music Theatre Summer Camp is currently accepting registrations.

There are three levels:
Overture for ages 7 & 8
Act I & II for ages 9 – 12
Entracte for ages 13 – 18

The camp will be held July 4 – 15, 2016 with sessions for all participants from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at La Danse School of Dance Arts. 14-318, 105th Street, in Sutherland.

SYMT is a two week day camp that involves students in singing, drama, and dancing. This year’s feature production is the musical revue History in Harmony – celebrating 20 years! All students will participate in the production, which will be presented on stage on the final evening of the camp. An exciting opportunity for students of all levels of experience!

For registration information call Diane at 931-3493, email mail@symt.ca, visit our website www.symt.ca or visit us on Facebook!

Summer Music Camps

10 registrations per camp, so register early!
If you can’t make one of these dates, or a waitlist happens, please let me know what camp you are interested in and what week would work for you. If I have enough interest, I am happy to hold an additional camp.

Composer Camp

July 11-15 9am-12pm
$150/person
ages 9-14 (will consider other ages)
learn about different composers, their lives, their music and their personalities through
stories, crafts and music. no previous music experience necessary

Making Music Fun Camp

July 18-22 9am-12pm
$150/person
ages 6-9 (will consider other ages)
learn the theory that makes music great! movement, games, crafts will be used to explore
different parts of music. some previous music experience is helpful, but not necessary

Rudiments in Music Theory Camp

July 25-29 9am-12pm
$150/person
ages 7-14 (will consider other ages)
beginner to Intermediate Theory making music theory fun through games and crafts.
some previous music experience is helpful, but not necessary

Contact: Mary Ann Therrien Music Mentor
501 1st St E E Saskatoon SK S7H 1S5
voice/text: 306-221-8423 maryann.therrien@shaw.ca

Mad Hatter Tea & Talent Show

Enjoy afternoon refreshments and great musical performances in the lovely loft of the Albert Community Centre. The talented young musicians of the Saskatoon Youth Orchestra will be performing individually or in duets and the Saskatoon Strings will showcase the best young string players in town! There will be raffle items, fancy desserts and a barista making special coffees and teas. Tickets to use for the raffle draws and special beverages are only $2 each (special beverages will be two tickets).

The Mad Hatter Tea & Talent Show is Saturday, March 19 from 2-4 p.m. at the Albert Community Centre. Tickets are only $40 adults/$20 children 12 & under.

Website

Girls Rock Camp: All Grown Up!

Girls Rock Saskatoon is pleased to announce our first-ever Girls Rock Camp: All Grown Up! If you’re a grown-up who’s always wanted to learn an instrument and be in a band, this is the weekend for you. Girls Rock Camp: All Grown Up is a fundraiser in support of our kids’ camps taking place in July, 2016.

Applications will be available here starting March 6 and accepted until March 10.

Who: any woman, trans, two-spirit, or gender-non-conforming adult aged 19 and up who wants to learn an instrument and collaborate with a band.

What: a weekend-long mini-camp where participants will receive lessons in drums, guitar, bass, or keys, form a band, write a song, and perform for their fans! Registration fees are $275, and registration for the event takes place from March 6-10 at www.girlsrocksaskatoon.ca. If you’d like to participate but the registration fees will present a barrier for you, please let us know when you register. No previous musical experience is required to participate! All instruments and supplies will be provided.

Where: Queen’s House of Retreats, 601 Taylor St W, Saskatoon, SK. This is an accessible facility. The Showcase Concert will take place at Amigos Cantina.

When: April 22nd-24th, 2016.
The daily schedule is as follows:
Friday, April 22nd from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday, April 23rd from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm with an optional social to follow
Sunday, April 24th from 11:00 – 4:00. The Showcase will take place April 24th at 8:30 pm.

Meals will be provided during the weekend. Participation in the full weekend is essential, so please keep your schedule clear!

If you have questions about any of the information above, please contact us at programming@girlsrocksaskatoon.ca.