SUDBURY – Two music students, guitarist Nikolas Landry, who’s enrolled in Cambrian College’s three-year Music Performance advanced diploma program, and vocalist Dante Mullin-Santone, of the College’s Academy of Music, deserve to take a bow after competing and winning first place in their divisions at the Ontario Music Festival Association (OMFA) competition. The event took place from May 27-June 3 in Hamilton. “We are very proud of Nikolas and Dante’s first-rate performances, and we’re pleased to see so many Sudbury-trained music students compete and win against the best in Ontario,” said Jamie Arrowsmith, Cambrian College Music professor and co-ordinator of.
Monthly Archives: June 2017
Toronto, June 8, 2017 – A new Ontario Arts Council (OAC) study conducted by Nanos Research shows that Ontario residents recognize the important contribution of the arts to vibrant, livable communities. Impressions of the Impact of the Arts on Quality of Life and Well-Being in Ontario, the Nanos Research report based on a random survey of 1,004 individuals, found that a large majority of Ontarians agree that the arts contribute to the various elements of quality of life and community well-being. The research also demonstrated how strongly these views are held by Ontarians. Survey Highlights Arts and quality of life.
Gerry Copeman, president of the Sudbury Theatre Center Board of Governors, today announced that Sudbury’s only professional Anglophone theatre company now celebrating its 45th anniversary will commence a national search for its next artistic leader. STC’s current artistic executive director, Caleb Marshall, ends his term in June after three seasons at the helm. Marshall will support the theatre through the transition period as an artistic consultant, and will be returning next season as a guest director. “I am deeply proud of what we have accomplished in three seasons,” said Marshall. “I was honoured to work with such a dedicated team.