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Catherine Bacque Featured Artist on CIUT-FM's "Acoustic Workshop" Radio Show
Toronto singer-songwriter Catherine Bacque will be the featured
artist on CIUT-FM's "Acoustic Workshop" radio show on Monday, July 26,
at 7:00 p.m.
The hour-long show, hosted by Heather Fielding, widow of the late renowned folk and blues singer-guitarist Rick Fielding who created the show, is a mix of interviews, album cuts, and live performances by acoustic and roots artists and singer-songwriters. If you're not in the Toronto area, the show can also be streamed live. A podcast will be made available shortly afterward.
Catherine Bacque’s roots are in 60s and 70s folk, pop and rock. Her style ranges from jazzy ballads to straight out country rock. Her first CD, the 5-song EP Letting Go, is available here and on iTunes and CD Baby, and can be streamed live from her website and on CBC Radio 3.
She is currently working on her second release, due out later this year. She will preview some of the songs from the new CD on "Acoustic Workshop" Monday evening.
Violinist Sung Ah Choi To Teach Violin at Find A Way
The fabulous new Michael and Sonja Koerner Hall at Toronto’s Royal Conservatory of Music features a number of unique technological innovations achieved by consultants Engineering Harmonics of Toronto. Chief among them is an ingenious and visually elegant voice-lift system that integrates with the performance sound system in a way that is truly unique to provide complete coverage to every seat in reinforced applications, where such coverage might otherwise be much more costly or more complex to achieve.
Ryan Brouwer To Teach Trumpet and Guitar for Find A Way
Brouwer is now accepting new trumpet and guitar students at our school.
a recent graduate of the
Brouwer grew up in Anola
The CD costs only 12 dollars and will be available in Mid July on the Find A Way website. To order your copy today please call (416) 707-1077 or purchase it at the Toronto Dollar Booth at the St. Lawrence Market (South Building on Saturdays only from 9 am -2 pm) where a portion of the proceeds goes to supporting the Toronto Dollar - an organization that sells a local currency that is accepted by vendors in the south building of the St. Lawrence Market and at other participating locally based merchants throughout Toronto including Find A Way and Eternal Spring Organics. The Toronto Dollar also supports various non-profit organizations and community initiatives and is run almost entirely by volunteers. To find out more on the Toronto Dollar or to volunteer go to www.torontodollar.com or call (416) 361-0466.