Friday, January 30, 2015

Sistema is running full steam in New Brunswick Canada (Music)

The country code for Canada is the same as the USA (1).  This is something that would be great in #Uganda.  I am only one person.  The needs are many and we need more of us to come together.  Oh but we live in Moncton Canada area and we have seen them perform.  The kids who attend this do well.  I wish we had it in Toronto for the girls before we moved here.  Oh, the performance with the New Brunswick Youth with that genteleman from Venezuela was priceless.  How can one be this blessed.

Moncton Centre
Moncton Richibucto Saint John Tobique First Nation
Sistema NB was launched in September 2009 at Beaverbrook School in Moncton. The Moncton Centre now serves roughly 260 students from Beaverbrook, Birchmount, Edith Cavell, Magnetic Hill, and Queen Elizabeth Schools in the Anglophone East School District...along with many students from Moncton schools in the Francophone South School District.  The Centre operates in partnership with Anglophone East School District. Instruction is offered in English and French.

Teaching Artists

Tony Delgado, Strings / Music Director & Conductor
Julie Rochus, French Horn
Jeffrey Bazett-Jones, Viola
Kristin Day, Bassoon
Emily Dugas, Trumpet
Catherine Gagné, Violin / Strings
Kim Shields, Trombone
Chelsey Hiebert, Oboe / Centre Director
Nathalie Horn, Violin
Monica Lang, Double Bass / Conductor
Sara Liptay, Violin / Strings
Ana Maria Lleras, Cello
Gregory Parra, Clarinet
Yusela Perez, Cello
Angela Phi, Flute
Joel Cormier, Percussion
Sébastien Sirois, Double Bass
Robin Streb, Viola
Nicolas Tremblay, Clarinet / Band Conductor
Moncton Centre Coordinates
Queen Elizabeth School -- 31 Lynch Street, Moncton, NB E1C 3L5
Edith Cavell School -- 125 Park Street, Moncton, NB E1C 2B4

Chelsey Hiebert, Centre Director
Phone: (506) 387-7201

This is what music does.  It is not a video by me but just watch it.

By Martha Leah Zesaguli (Nangalama)
Moncton, Canada
Born and Raised in Uganda (Bududa District)

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