Online Youth Nights
Check out our new series of events for youth at home.
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Looking for excitement or to learn a new skill? Look no further. The City of Surrey is hosting Online Youth Nights–recreation for youth at home! Every online event has a different theme and there is something for everyone. Join us on Thursdays at 7pm to have fun while social distancing with friends. All events are free and will be in Microsoft Teams.
Band-Aid - Music and the Expression of Emotion with Sami Ghawi from FUSIONpresents
Thursday, September 17 at 7pm
Find out how music is truly the most powerful communicator, through chord progression, melody, dynamics, and rhythm. All students will also receive the FUSIONpresents Music Theory Handbook.
About Sami Ghawi: Sami began FUSIONpresents in 2002 with the mandate of helping artists do what they love. After getting his MBA from McGill and working in the corporate world for a few years, Sami strove to understand the music business from the ground up and started playing live in 2003. Now 18 years later, having played thousands of live shows, and helped hundreds of aspiring artists build their artistry, Sami has fortified his role as an entertainer and educator. He also hosts the Sunday Night Jam at West Beach in White Rock and continues to collaborate with artists all around the world on original music projects. In 2018, FUSIONpresents and the Surrey Board of Trade signed an agreement to create the Surrey Music City Centre with the intention of building Surrey's music economy and community.
Band-Aid - The Music Biz with Bob D'Eith from Adagio Music
Thursday, September 24 at 7pm
Learn how to promote your music in this challenging time with Bob D'Eith. All students will also receive a copy of Bob’s book, A Career in Music.
About Bob D'Eith: Bob has worked in the music industry for 30 years as a lawyer, musician, author and consultant. Bob was the CEO of Music BC, the trade organization for the BC music industry for 14 years. He was the co-creator of the award-winning PEAK Performance Project. Bob was also the executive chair of the 2009 Vancouver JUNO Awards Host Committee. Bob is the author of "A Career in Music: the other 12 step program". As a musician, Bob started his career in Rymes with Orange and is celebrating 25 years with the group Mythos. Bob has been nominated for two JUNO Awards.
Band-Aid - Music Mixing
Thursday, October 1 at 7pm
Tune in for an online workshop with Mixer, Recording engineer, and Nimbus Instructor Karl Dicaire, presented by Nimbus School of Recording and Media.
About Nimbus School of Recording & Media: Located in beautiful Vancouver, BC, Canada, Nimbus School of Recording & Media is the elite music and media technical school offering courses in Audio Engineering, Studio Production, Electronic Music Production, Post & Video Game Audio Production & Live Sound Mixing & Recording taught by current industry professionals, award nominees, and award winners in the music industry. Nimbus offers a unique hands-on, small class sized mentorship based programs to get you working on real projects, in world-class 24/7 accessible studios, with real music and media experts, right from day one. Nimbus School of Recording & Media was established in honour of Jack Richardson C.M.. A pioneer and mentor, Jack Richardson C.M. produced over 240 albums, 27 Billboard charted singles, over 20 Billboard charted albums, receiving 38 gold and platinum awards. The Jack Richardson Producer of the Year JUNO Award was named in honour of his impact on the Canadian music industry.
Band-Aid emerged out of the community. Youth musicians want to use their powers for good–to create a positive culture for young bands in Surrey. They want to collaborate, work together and learn together. Band-Aid is building a network where everyone is welcome to contribute to a positive and constructive music community by acquiring skills and relationships that benefit their development as musicians. Attendees can win a $50 Guildford Town Centre Gift Card!
Band-Aid is proudly presented by: