Legendary musicians, top music venues, a vibrant recording industry, sound shaping communities and avid music fans have solidified Toronto’s reputation as one of the hippest music cities in the world. A new festival, Myseum Presents: Music From People City, launches this November and through a series of city-wide pop up events, inviting Torontonians and travellers to explore our city’s diverse musical history through rare and one of a kind experiences of its influential music venues, neighbourhoods, and people. What: Myseum Presents: Music From People City, a city-wide celebration dedicated to Canadian music. How: Experienced through 17 different pop up events, exhibits and experiences (including performances and concerts, backstage venue tours, workshops with renown DJs and music video directors, interactive talks and more). Events are free for the public to attend. New Years eve event tickets sold separately. When: November 10, 2017 through January 12, 2018. Who: The artists, producers, engineers and impresarios that have brought Toronto’s music scenes to life across a multitude of genres. Featured participants include: Singer-songwriter Tommy Ambrose, Jamaican ska and reggae legend Stranger Cole, Canadian broadcaster Alan Cross, media pioneer Moses Znaimer, music industry veteran Eric Alper, award-winning journalist and DJ Denise Benson,author Stuart Henderson, and band Dwayne Gretzky, among others. A full listing of Myseum Presents: Music for People City events can be found online at myseumoftoronto.com/program/myseum-presents/ About Myseum of Toronto: Myseum is your Toronto museum. Though engaging programs and experiences, Myseum showcases the history, spaces, culture(s), architecture, and the people, that represent Toronto’s unique place in the world.
Events are free for the public. New Years eve event tickets sold separately
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