Saturday October 1st, 7pm
Loyalist Orange Hall, 41 Rosemount Ave, Ottawa, Ontario
Tusarnaarniq Sivumut Association (TSA) - Music for the Future presents the 2nd annual Ottawa Concert Fundraiser and Instrument Drive!
Greg Simm, and Kim De LaForest are back to entertain you and bring a little of Canada's Northern music culture to your ears, all while increasing awareness of the TSA's mission in Canada's North.
And they are bringing a friend! This year, they are joined by traditional Inuit Drum maker and Dancer, David Serkoak!
NEW: Greg is arranging for students who have graduated from the TSA program and who are now studying in Ottawa to perform in the show! More details to come!
Buy Tickets In Advance:
Child (16 or under): $10
A small service fee will apply
Buy Tickets At the Door (if available)
Make a Financial Donation
(Tax receipts available)
Donate an Instrument
Contact local Ottawa organizer Graham Crate at gcrate @ rogers . com
Fiddles will be set up and distributed to students where the TSA teaches.
Other instruments will be auctioned to raise funds to purchase new fiddles
About the TSA
Tusarnaarniq Sivumut Association, which from Inuktitut translates to "Music for the Future," has been sending music instructors, to communities on Baffin Island since 2009. The TSA's mission is to, on a volunteer and non-profit basis, seek to promote music among youth in the North in order to increase self-esteem, teamwork, leadership, and a healthy and positive lifestyle.
All funds raised will go towards the music workshops in Nunavut allowing us to meet the growing interest in our program.