DEEPLY ROOTED in MUSIC EDUCATION

Local Toronto Musicians and Cameron House Records Launch a Benefit Concert Series in support of Regent Park School of Music

Cameron House Records in association with The Regent Park School of Music are pleased to announce a four part concert series opening on Saturday January 12th 2013, and continuing with shows on the following Saturday’s: February 23rd, March 30th, and April 27th.

The “Deeply Rooted” series will take place in the historic back room of the Cameron House in downtown Toronto with two acts per night. Doors will open at 8:30 pm for all shows. Please see the line-up listed below for who will be playing on each date. There will be no cover; however donations are encouraged, as all proceeds are going to The Regent Park School of Music (RPSM).

RPSM provides quality music education to children who cannot otherwise afford it. The benefits of music education run deep, and provide a way for disadvantaged youth to learn the values of creativity, discipline, and collaboration. To provide this type of head start in life is to provide another way to keep youth off the streets after school and engaged in creative, inspirational activities leading children towards post-secondary education and the development of self-esteem and other important life skills. It’s food for the soul, and should be available for all of our children.

The “Deeply Rooted” concert series was formed in order to support current and future musicians, and celebrate the art of making music. The series will showcase some of the finest roots based artists in Toronto, and will be hosted by the Director of RPSM, Richard Marsella. Here is the line-up:

Saturday February 23rd

Whitney Rose
http://www.whitneyrosemusic.com/

Kayla Howran
http://www.kaylahowran.com/

Saturday March 30th

The Rattlesnake Choir
http://www.rattlesnakechoir.com/

Samantha Martin
http://www.samanthamartin.ca/

Saturday April 27th

Devin Cuddy
http://www.devincuddy.com/

Tarantuela
http://www.tarantuela.com/

* Cameron House Records acknowledges the generous support of NOW magazine *

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