Changing Tunes – Changing Lives 2019 Fundraiser
Join us for an elegant Cocktail Reception of music celebration,
featuring Hammer Band Students and Teachers in a short concert,
as well as a live and silent auction, and lovely food and wine.
Thursday October 24, 2019
6PM – 8PM
The Albany Club of Toronto
91 King Street East
Toronto, ON M5C 1G3
($62.50 tax receipt will be provided)
We are now teaching at 35 schools to over 700 children! We are also excited to announce our first Hammer Band Orchestra under the direction of Ross Inglis. For a complete list see Our Schools.
We are teaching music in 30 schools, including three in Brampton.
And there are 600 wonderful kids that are playing music by Beethoven, Beatles, as well as Fiddle Tunes and Folk Songs. For a complete list, see Our Schools.
The Hammer Band is present in 23 schools around the GTA.
When there are so many kids in the program, some show musical talent. For that reason, we added master-classes and private lessons to those students.
For a complete list, see Our Schools.
The Hammer Band’s program of violin and cello lessons begins at 18 schools in 3 priority neighbourhoods of Toronto, including 3 new schools in the Regent Park area: Lord Dufferin Junior and Senior Public, Rose Avenue Junior Public, and Sprucecourt public schools. For a complete list, see Our Schools.
The Hammer Band again offers Summer Classes once a week to three schools in the GTA. Summer can be a long time to be without your violin, so we are pleased to be providing summer classes throughout July and August, in three schools: Firgrove, Crescent Town and Lord Dufferin. The program brings the kids together for a fun-filled summer of music.
The Hammer Band is offering Summer Classes at GTA area schools.
The Hammer Band again offers full week camp during the first week of July at Firgrove in the Jane and Finch region and Crescent Town in East York.
Summer camp is offered at two schools during the first week of July. One was at Topcliff Public School, located just south of Jane and Finch, and the other was at George Webster, located to the north of Danforth and Main.