Granby Song Festival/Festival de la chanson de Granby
Granby Song Festival/Festival de la chanson de Granby. Annual competition begun in 1969 in Granby, Que, by Yves Gagnon and Yves Steinmetz, to promote original Quebec song, provide amateurs with a permanent workshop, and encourage international exchange.
Guelph Spring Festival
Guelph Spring Festival.
Jazz festivals. Traditionally heard in nightclubs, jazz was first presented in a festival setting in France in the late 1940s and at Newport, RI, in 1954. The 'jazz festival' typically brings together several ensembles over a period of days in one or more venues.
The Stories Behind Canada's Fringe Festivals
Its summer, time to enjoy long days and balmy nights. And time of course to head off to the hippest part of town for avant-garde theatre at the fringe festival. For artists, the play's the thing.
Waterloo Band Festival
The Waterloo Band Festival. An annual band festival and competition held 1932-40 and 1946-58 in Waterloo Park, Waterloo, Ont. Organized by Charles F.
Winnipeg Folk Festival
Winnipeg Folk Festival. It was established in 1974 by Mitch Podolak, Ava Kobrinsky and Colin Gorrie as part of Winnipeg's centennial celebrations.
Wolfville Theatre Festival
Bare-chested landscapers dragged rakes through a mound of dirt where the front lawn will soon be planted.
World Music Days/Journées mondiales de la musique
World Music Days/Journées mondiales de la musique. Annual event of the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM), founded in 1922 in Salzburg by famous composers.
World Music Week/Semaine mondiale de la musique
World Music Week/Semaine mondiale de la musique. Biennial congress begun in 1975 and held under the aegis of the International Music Council.