Category Archive: Artists

Mar 26

Bringing Music to Patients at HSC

“Art encompasses the breadth of human experience; it takes our joys and burdens and sorrows and transforms them into something beautiful,” says Dr. Ann Loewen. “Healing, medicine, and the arts all work together to contribute to the wellness of the whole person.”

Jul 25

Myron Kurjewicz. Accordion Master

“I had finished playing @ Rehab and was on my way to the General Centre when I came in contact with a group of children what appeared to be from day-care. There were probably 6-7 walking all in a row, holding a rope, guided by their supervisors. They stopped when they saw me walking with …

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Jul 22

Tim Seier plays the Buhler Gallery

Feb 27

Ann Germani

Ann Germani is a professionally trained musician and teacher who discovered and developed her passion for playing the harp while living on Baffin Island, Nunavut. Since then, she has been performing at Ceilidhs, Community Concerts and Festivals, with orchestras and choirs, and is currently playing second harp with The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Ann has lectured, …

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Oct 18

Tim Cummings

Tim Cummings Tim studied guitar with Ken Davidson and Bob Sabourin in Ottawa (1968 to 1973) and Theory and Harmony with Julia Van Octon ( Toronto Conservatory). He continued studies with guitarist Hank Monis and pianist (jazz theory)Ted Moses in Toronto during the late 1970’s.

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Jul 30

Keith Price

Keith Price Keith Price joined the Music to My Ears Program with Artists in Healthcare in 2005, after studying with Larry Roy and Steve Kirby at the University of Manitoba. Having strummed since the sixth grade on his grandfather’s old guitar, Keith Price landed his first gigs at age fifteen. First influenced by pop, punk …

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