Members Canadian Music Week and Music Canada announced their international creative-economy summit “The Mastering Of A Music City”. The summit will host participants working as Global city planners and the music industry alike.
“The Mastering Of A Music City” Conference – a joint event by Music Canada, the […]
In David Byrne’s book How Music Works he suggests that “As music becomes less of a thing – a cylinder, a cassette, a disc – and more ephemeral…we will begin to assign an increasing value to live performances again.” With the loss […]
The City of Toronto continues it’s noise by-law review in the month of February with a critical consultation taking place Feb 17th, 6:30pm – 8:00 pm, Committee Room 1, City Hall. The deadline for written submissions with expression concerns and recommendations maintains the same date of Feb 17. […]
“Connecting America” is Destination Canada’s marketing initiative launching in the US in the spring of 2016. With businesses and destinations across the country, Destination Canada is looking to engage American travellers, inviting them to Look Up, and motivating them to see Canada as the destination to visit on their […]
Courtesy of Brad Ferguson / Production Manager, FOH Tech
As a former tour manager and front of house technician, I’ve been in a lot of different venues in a lot of different places of all sizes and conditions. While each venue offers a unique experience for both fans and artists alike, […]
Tradespeople and their apprentices are also key components of the landscape of live music. Some of the many skilled trades involved in music festivals across Ontario include heavy equipment operators who prepare the land and transport the equipment, carpenters who build the elaborate stages […]