Thursday, 14 October 2010

Playing For Change | Celebration of Music





Playing For Change | I've Got Dreams To Remember
A new release from Playing For Change, one of my favourite Otis Redding offerings done justice, and a few pix from my trip to Australia and New Zealand, with warm thanks to the new friends and family that kept the weeks warm and full. Special thanks to Carole & Melissa!

Photos of shells & flowers by Joanne, photos of shore & beach by Alastair Campbell.

Coming up: Celebration of Music

Friday, October 22 7-9pm

Native Education College
285 East 5th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.

CD Launch and Celebration
Tzo'kam will host a celebration of music with the launch of two CD's, one by Tzo;kam and the other by Russell Wallace. Both CDs are compilations with some new recordings.
Tzo'kam - "Today is a Good Day" looks back at the recordings of a family group which was started by Flora Wallace back in 1997. The group continues to carry on the tradition of singing songs in the St̕át̕imc language.
"Neo-Nativisms 1989-2009" - Russell Wallace looks at the music by Russell Wallace composed for theatre, dance and film over the last 20 years and includes some new recordings by different artists.

There will be some singing and performances by the artists that evening. There will also be catering by Kanata Cuisine.

This event is free and has been supported by the First Peoples Heritage, Language and Culture Council.

For more information please contact Russell Wallace at 604-444-0011 or by email at
russell_wallace@hotmail.com

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