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Appreciation: Canadian Music Centre’s Score Reading Club a fine introduction to new sounds

Appreciation: Canadian Music Centre’s Score Reading Club a fine introduction to new sounds

December 6, 2013
National

"Every now and then, the Canadian Music Centre holds special events at Chalmers House, where it invites musicians, composers and the general public to look into the world of this country’s music.

You have the ‘On the 13th’ events on the 13th of every month. You have independent events held in their intimate and welcoming concert space. You have events set up for education, such as the Ping! Educational Chamber Music Showcase last week. You also have the Score Reading Club.

The main idea behind the club is to put on display the wealth of music the CMC has available, by dusting off some music that people may not have heard before, or showing music that is fairly popular but that people new to the scene may not have heard. This is done by way of performances or recordings, as well as presentations on the works by musicians who have performed them. Organizers also pull other works out from around the world to be presented by Canadian artists and composers..."

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