Who are we?
We are a network of youth who are passionate about music in our lives – learning, appreciating, creating and making music!
The Coalition for Music Education in Canada launched the Youth4Music program in May 2014.
• provides a platform for the voice of young people about the importance of music in their schools and communities.
• gives youth a chance to collaborate on strategies and projects,
• provides leadership opportunities for youth to make a difference for music in their schools, and communities.
WANT TO GET INVOLVED?.
Join the Youth4Music Network and stay in touch with what youth across the country are doing with music in their communities!
News & Events.
Newest Olympic Sport….Poetry!?September 30, 2016
Highlight On National Youth Leadership: David LeeSeptember 30, 2016
Interview with David Lee: The artistic director of the first undergraduate jazz festival in CanadaSeptember 5, 2016
Women’s Empowerment Through Music Interview Kat McLevey, singer/songwriter from St. John’s, NLSeptember 5, 2016
Anna Mercer is a 14 year old French Immersion student in Newfoundland. Music is at the heart of Anna’s life. Along with her love of local folk music she loves opera and performs regularly both in her home province and through social media.
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“I will be noteworthy by encouraging and helping younger musicians grow”Sidney MacDonald (North Bay, ON)
“I will continue to share and preserve the music of Newfoundland culture and never let it die out”Naomi Brown (St. John's NL)
“I can’t wait to tell my students about what I’ve learned here at this Youth4Music roundtable”Catherine (Calgary, AB)
Youth4Music has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada
In Ontario, Youth4Music is made possible by the generous support of Ontario Trillium Foundation Grow Grant