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Our Programs

Our programs are designed to meet the needs and demands of different audience groups, offering personalized musical experiences that are tailored to the needs specific seniors, people with special needs, people with chronic conditions and essential workers. 

Additionally, we want to encourage the education music, community involvement and welfare general of the participants. Guest speakers also provideunique perspectivesabout music and culture, which enriches the experience for participants.

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Personalized Musical Performances

​The organization offers personalized musical performances based on group requests and needs, aligned with different cultures, themes or tributes, to resonate with specific audience groups, including seniors , people with special needs, people with chronic conditions, people with mental health challenges, essential workers, low income groups, victims of violence, orphans and homeless people.


These music shows are mixed with visual arts such as movie concerts, dancing with live music, art gallery entertainment, magic or juggling shows and storytelling.


Visual Arts Musical Shows
Music for Health and Well-Being 


The organization offers music programs recommended by health researchers and music therapists to relieve stress and promote mental and emotional well-being, suitable for patients in hospitals, hospices or end-of-life care, seniors, people with special needs and other members of the community.

In addition to promoting cultural diversity, the Multi-Cultural Sessions will also showcase Canada's unique cultural and musical heritage. By showcasing the music and culture of Canada alongside music from other cultures and ethnic backgrounds, these sessions will serve as a platform to celebrate and promote the diversity and richness of the local community.


Sessions Multi-Culturelles 

Interactive Music Section

Instrument workshops 

Emerging Artists will lead interactive workshops to teach attendees to play basic instruments, such as drums, guitar, and keyboard. These workshops aim to promote music education and engagement, while fostering a sense of community among participants.


Percussive activities

These activities incorporate a variety of percussion instruments to promote group dynamics, coordination and motor skills. Examples of activities include drum circles, rhythm exercises and body percussion.


Specialized auditory training


Games and activities to help participants improve their listening and musical perception skills by identifying intervals, chords and rhythms in a fun and engaging way. By the end of the class, participants will have a solid foundation in ear training that can be applied to their musical journey.

Basic Music Theory Course

These courses will introduce the fundamentals of music theory, including notation, scales, chords and harmony. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the music they play and listen to.


Active music listening workshop

To engage participants in active listening and appreciation of music from different time periods and cultures, promoting cultural awareness and understanding through music. (Including guest speakers) The Interactive Music Section provides an engaging and accessible way for community members to learn and interact with music. These activities promote social interaction, skill development and general well-being


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