Party with the East End Music Project!
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Doors at 8pm, Music from 9 until ?
Jam Factory, 2 Matilda Street, Toronto (just north of Queen, west of Broadview)
On February 21, we are hosting a fundraiser to celebrate our first anniversary and to keep the lights on for the music project. There will be music by Trainwreck and the EEMP house band, made up of friends and supporters, and a few special guests too!
All proceeds go to funding non-profit music eduction and music-making for east end kids.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your ticket.
The Why | Vision: Transforming and connecting community through creative expression in music and the arts.
The How | Mission: We want to increase access to music making opportunities in the community. Exposure to and love of music making in intensive (private) lessons, collaborative ensembles, and performance opportunities helps children reach their full potential and can be the foundation for social transformation through the development of community. Learning an instrument, singing, and creating music together builds community through mentorships, peer support, working towards shared goals, and the shared joy and love of music.
The What: We’re launching a subsidized, quality community music school in September 2013 for east end kids grades K-12, with private and ensemble classes in piano, guitar, and strings as well as a choral ensemble. Contact us for more information.