It is our shared responsibility to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Before attending an In Person event, please review the protocols in place, and contact the organizer directly for the latest updates. Please note that all Culture Days events are independently organized. Find general updates and information on the Culture Days 2021 page.

Altogether Now: Tutti Days!

St. Gabriel Elementary School

5540 106 Avenue NW

Edmonton, AB

In-person Indigenous Kids Music Performance Youth & teens

This concert will be commemorating a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as well as Shinichi Suzuki’s 123rd birthday. A moment to remember the Canadian past and hope for a better future filled with the talent of our kids. Featuring a Cree composer and violinist Karen Shepherd. Masks and social distancing are mandatory and available at our event.

Sun 26 Sep
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Our website

This event is free.

Organized by

Society for Talent Education

Founded in 1965, the Society for Talent Education was the first Suzuki Method program in Canada, and one of the first in North America. STE started with two teachers from Dr. Suzuki’s school in Matsumoto, Japan, who with Thomas Rolston, violin teacher at the University of Alberta, comprised the start-up teaching faculty. Soon cello was added, later viola and double bass.

Location

5540 106 Avenue NW

Edmonton, AB

Event Contact

Viktoriia Grynenko

grynenko@ualberta.ca

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.