Audio & Video

  • PIVOT – Present Your Own Concert

    Chamber music in Canada has been defined by collective organizing of artist-run spaces, composer collectives, and ensembles. Given the degree to which this organizing is unpaid, our community suffers from burn-out and the loss of institutional memory. In this panel we heard from artists who have self-presented about their strategies, successes, and challenges. The panel ...

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  • PIVOT – Private Funding Options for Composers

    Composers in Canada are often aware of arts council granting programs as a mechanism to fund creative work. In this panel discussion we explored alternate funding opportunities through private sources and foundations. Moderated by Matthew Fava (Canadian Music Centre); featuring Charlie Wall-Andrews (SOCAN Foundation), Amanda Smith (FAWN Chamber Creative), and Jeff Hayward from the Foundation ...

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  • PIVOT – Q&A about new Canada Council programs

    The Canada Council for the Arts, Canada’s public arts funder, has introduced new funding categories. In this discussion, CCA Music Officer Jeff Morton offers insights into grant opportunities, eligibility, and strategies for effectively communicating your artistic goals in a peer assessment process.

    Part of the PIVOT Mentorship Program Professional Development series, in partnership with the Canadian ...

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  • OAC Composer & Commissioner Information Session

    The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) has redesigned its granting programs for 2017 and launched a new website and online grant application portal (Nova). The Canadian Music Centre and the Canadian League of Composers are pleased to have hosted an information session and webinar for composers and commissioners to learn more about ...

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  • Gender & Cultural Equity in New Music

    a panel discussion

    June 4, 2016
    Canadian Music Centre, British Columbia Region

    As part of the goals of our newly-formed Equity Committee, the CLC hosted a free, public discussion on addressing the significant gender and cultural gaps that exist in the Canadian new music community.  Moderated by our President / BC councillor Christopher Reiche.

    Panelists:

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