Re: UTS'AM / WITNESS CD release - bTRUAXbSTE-MARIEbCOCKBURNhWESTERKAMP et al - SEPT 14 VanEastCulturalCentre 8pm


Subject: Re: UTS'AM / WITNESS CD release - bTRUAXbSTE-MARIEbCOCKBURNhWESTERKAMP et al - SEPT 14 VanEastCulturalCentre 8pm
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Wed Sep 08 2004 - 11:07:14 EDT


dear Sirs / Madames / Estudiåntes / Colleagues

oops . . . apologies = this was meant for Mr Czink @ Telus All About It :-)

ps are they still trying to build condos in Mount Royal ? Naw / Nøn / mais Oui ?

best, sylvi

macCormac wrote:

> hello Andrew (plz fwrd to Zoey)
>
> i dropped a CD to Co-op Radio yesterday with Zoey's name on it. Consider it in
> th Co-op Library and burn / rock / roll th wheels / HyperTextMusicL'imageSound
>
> hope you all enjoy th music - squamish trad / canadian folk / rock / hip hop /
> electroacoustic / soundscape . . .
>
> chief bill williams and moi (dj babbling brook) are media contacts
>
> best, sylvi
>
> Andrew Czink wrote:
>
> > Sylvie,
> >
> > Is there any chance you can get a CD to me for Musica Nova tonight?
> > Short notice I know, but this is the first I heard about your project.
> > I'll be up at SFU this afternoon if that helps (maybe I could get a copy
> > from Barry?), or I could head downtown early and pick a copy up
> > somewhere.
> > I'll be here for another half an hour. Otherwise give me a call today
> > at 604-312-3756; that's my cell number. I'll be in meetings most of the
> > morning, so leave a message and a number to contact you and maybe we can
> > work something out.
> > Sounds like a cool project.
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > Andrew
> >
> >
> > macCormac wrote:
> > >
> > > UTS'AM / WITNESS CD LAUNCH BRINGS CANADIAN ARTISTS TOGETHER TO SUPPORT
> > > INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE
> > > Bruce Cockburn, Buffy Sainte-Marie among artists featured on benefit CD
> > >
> > > (VANCOUVER) 'UTS'AM / WITNESS' launches its first CD at the Vancouver
> > > East Cultural Centre Sept 14th. The benefit CD features Bruce Cockburn,
> > > Buffy Sainte-Marie, Kinnie Starr, Veda Hille, Sandy Scofield and Barry
> > > Truax among other celebrated artists who support the cross-cultural
> > > dialogue project.
> > >
> > > UTS'AM / WITNESS has brought people together to speak, listen and be
> > > heard on First Nations, ecological and community issues since it began
> > > its award-winning ceremony and camping weekends in 1996. It introduces
> > > people from all walks of life to Coast Salish tradition by inviting them
> > >
> > > to 'witness' the events that shape our lives.
> > >
> > > The project was founded in part by Order of Canada recipient and
> > > legendary mountaineer and wilderness educator John Clarke, who died last
> > >
> > > year. The CD is dedicated to his memory.
> > >
> > > "We wanted to honour the memory of John Clarke, and the work he has done
> > >
> > > through this amazing project," says sylvi macCormac, CD producer, adding
> > >
> > > that the CD will also benefit his other passion, the Wilderness
> > > Education Program. (www.wepbc.ca)
> > >
> > > A soundscape artist, macCormac performs at the launch with Xalek' Sekyu
> > > Siyám, Anthony McNab Favel, Shel Neufeld, Barry Truax, Janet Panic,
> > > Hildegard
> > > Westerkamp, Jeremy Williams, and the Eagle Song Dancers with Chief Bill
> > > Williams.
> > >
> > > 'The artists featured on the CD represent a unique group of voices
> > > coming together to support a truly significant project,' says macCormac.
> > >
> > > 'We want people to enjoy the music of these talented people and be
> > > transported to a place where we can learn and share with each other.'
> > >
> > > The CD Launch is held on September 14th at 7PM at the Vancouver East
> > > Cultural Centre (1895 Venables Street). Admission is $12.00/$8.00 and
> > > tickets are available at TicketMaster (604-280-3311 /
> > > www.ticketmaster.ca) and at the door before the event.
> > >
> > > Performer Websites: www.squamish.net | SandyScofield.com | sylvi.ca
> > > ShelNeufeld.com | sfu.ca/~westerka | sfu.ca/~truax | VedaHille.com |
> > > KinnieStarr.com | cradleboard.org | truenorthrecords.com |
> > > technomedicinewheel.org | creative-native.com
> > >
> > > Benefit CDs can be purchased online at: www.UTSAM-WITNESS.ca
> > >
> > > For interviews, please contact:
> > >
> > > sylvi macCormac - sylvi@sylvi.ca / na / da / bc / siwash rock
> > >
> > > Chief Bill Williams - 604-240-8717 - chief_bill_williams@squamish.net
> > >
> > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > >
> > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > >
> > > UTS'AM / WITNESS PROJECT,
> > > WILDERNESS EDUCATION PROGRAM BENEFIT CD LAUNCH
> > > Bruce Cockburn, Buffy Sainte-Marie among artists featured on benefit CD
> > >
> > > Come support UTS'AM / WITNESS and the Wilderness Education Program and
> > > enjoy an evening of cross-cultural performances on Sept 14th.
> > >
> > > The UTS'AM / WITNESS benefit CD features Bruce Cockburn, Buffy
> > > Sainte-Marie, Kinnie Starr, Veda Hille, Sandy Scofield and Barry Truax
> > > and other celebrated artists who support cross-cultural dialogue.
> > >
> > > Performances featured at the benefit will be by sylvi macCormac, Xálek'
> > > Sekyu· Siyám, Anthony McNab Favel, Shel Neufeld, Barry Truax, Janet
> > > Panic, Hildegard Westerkamp, Jeremy Williams and the Eagle Song Dancers
> > > with Chief Bill Williams.
> > >
> > > UTS'AM / WITNESS has brought people together to speak, listen and be
> > > heard on First Nations, ecological and community issues since it began
> > > its award-winning ceremony and camping weekends in 1996. As a witness,
> > > participants are the 'eyes' and 'ears' of the Squamish Nation, and are
> > > asked to carry the message back to their home community.
> > >
> > > The Wilderness Education Program (http://www.wepbc.ca www.wepbc.ca)
> > > provides the impetus for students and teachers to make a personal
> > > connection with wilderness, and inspires them to make caring for Wild
> > > Nature part of their lives.
> > >
> > > Both projects were founded in part by Order of Canada recipient and
> > > legendary mountaineer John Clarke. A renowned wilderness educator, John
> > > died last year. The CD is dedicated to his memory.
> > >
> > > Where: Vancouver East Cultural Centre (1895 Venables Street)
> > > Date: Tuesday, September 14th
> > > Time: 8PM
> > > Admission: $12.00/$8.00
> > > Tickets: 604-280-3311 http://www.ticketmaster.ca - www.ticketmaster.ca
> > > Tickets will also be available at the door.
> > >
> > > Related Websites: www.squamish.net | SandyScofield.com | sylvi.ca |
> > > VedaHille.com | ShelNeufeld.com | www.sfu.ca/~westerka |
> > > www.sfu.ca/~truax | KinnieStarr.com | creative-native.com |
> > > truenorthrecords.com | technomedicinewheel.org | cradleboard.org |
> > > janetpanic.com
> > >
> > > Benefit CDs can be purchased online at: www.UTSAM-WITNESS.ca
> > >
> > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > >
> > > ps : why do ACOUSTIC ECOLOGISTS make so many scratchy noises on vinyl /
> > > plastiqué ?
> > >
> > > bcc: grover@cradleboard.org | do/re/mi@socan.ca | toto@ascap.us |
> > > pierrot@telus.net-scape



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