Music Nova Scotia Newsletter & COVID - 19 Updates

April 1st - 7th 2020

This is an usual time, with lots of information, changes, and programs to figure out. Please get in touch with us by phone or email if you have any questions or concerns at all. We're here to help.

Send us your music, playlists, live streaming events, or anything that will help us support you!

The Music Nova Scotia office will be closed this week, March 30 - April  3

 

full newsletter here - https://mailchi.mp/musicnovascotia/2020-775047?e=bf81140616

Music Nova Scotia Newsletter & COVID - 19 Updates

March 25th - 31st 2020

The well-being of our members and the Nova Scotia music community are our top priority during this time. Please contact us by phone or email if you have any questions or concerns at all. We understand that this is a turbulent time for our members and we are here in help in any way we can. 

Send us your music, playlists, live streaming events, or anything that will help us support you!

The Music Nova Scotia office will be closed this week, March 30 - May 3.

For our full newsletters & COVID - 19 resources please click here https://mailchi.mp/musicnovascotia/2020-775039?e=bf81140616

MNS International Women's Day Workshops

International Women's Day, celebrated globally since 1975, is a focal point in the movement for women's rights. It is a day when all women are recognized and celebrated. Music Nova Scotia is proud to join the many other music industry associations across the country celebrating International Women’s Day.

Music Nova Scotia is pleased to present a day of informative and interactive educational workshops for Women and non-binary folxs this International Women's Day! 

These events are free, and will be hosted Friday, March 6th, in Room 224 at the Dalhousie Student Union Building (6136 University Ave, Halifax).  

unding, Getting Started, and Going Forward - with Sarah Jamer (The Syrup Factory), Tara MacDonald (East Coast Music Association), and Dana Beeler (Music Nova Scotia).

A hands-on session that will help you understand how emerging and developing level funding applications work, how to build a marketing plan, funding best practices, and personal advice.

Join Erin Costelo, Jah'Mila, Kim Carson, and Stephanie Purcell, for a frank and fun discussion - find out who and what has inspired them, how they've overcome obstacles, and their best advice for other women wanting to forge their own path.  

RSVP - https://www.facebook.com/events/233498111142544/

SOLD OUT Showcase with Mo Kenney, Lyris Daye & Jade Bennett

Friday, March 6th at The Women's Council House

Doors at 8:00pm - Show at 8:30pm

*This is a dry all-ages event*

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