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Thanks to more welcoming immigration policies, thoughtful arts funding that doesn’t shy away from so-called pop music, and a growing circle of dedicated, organized music professionals, Canada is bursting with global music talent. This energy sparked Mundial Montreal, a new... Read more →


Ugandan multi-instrumentalist back on the road with new program, powerful music-based educational programming, and international musical healing APAP Showcases: January 14, 2013 Samite Mulondo, émigré from Uganda and masterful flute and kalimba (thumb piano) player, is a true renaissance man.... Read more →


“I like to think of myself as a hub, not a curator,” explains Alan Greyeyes, who heads Manitoba Music’s Aboriginal Music department, the world’s only program dedicated to the professional development of Aboriginal musicians, and who is organizing Native America... Read more →