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Music Workshop


Intercultural Kids Music Performance Singing Youth & teens
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Land Titles Building

49 Smith Street E

Yorkton, SK



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and is a relaxed performance.


A workshop for music teachers, music students, parents and music lovers; to explore the possibility and importance of teaching tonic sol-fa as alternative means of musical notation. This will empower immigrant children to employ solfa notation as a tool to sing and play by ear, sing and play folk tunes from their culture, play music within their religious settings, or entertain family and friends where classical music is not employed.



Peter Laniya

I am a newcomer to Canada with a desire to actively contribute my skills, talents and other resources to building communities of joyful, healthy and thriving individuals and families; with the understanding that healthy people make healthy families and healthy families make healthy communities and a healthy nation.

This event is part of a hub:

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Recreation and Program Services Department, City of Yorkton Yorkton, SK

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