© Hometown Music Council 2014
Welcome Hometown Music Council is a Canadian non-profit dedicated to developing and supporting music opportunities for youth and communities.  The largest recording of O Canada ever! We’re thrilled to have spearheaded the largest professional multi-track recording of a national anthem ever produced.  In celebration of the Flag of Canada’s 50th anniversary we travelled across Canada recording students at elementary schools in every province and territory of Canada.  At the end of our tour we mixed all 28,725 proud Canadian voices together for this historic recording. Making music brings communities together.  At Hometown Music we create opportunities that excite youth and communities about music and find fun ways to help bring the joy of music-making to all Canadians.  Whether it’s singing our Canadian anthem together as a nation or singing around a camp fire, one of the greatest benefits of music is it brings people and communities together.  We encourage you to look through our website and programs.   We are always open to new ideas to engage youth and community through music. Please contact us any time with new ideas. A huge thank you to all our sponsors and partners.  There is no way we could provide these programs and opportunities without your help.  Thank you for helping us bring music to so many youth and communities across Canada. .
Connecting community through music
ASSOCIATION IN SUPPORT OF THE WHITBY PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
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We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage via the Celebration and Commemoration Program. Nous reconnaissons l’appui financier du gouvernement du Canada par l’entremise du ministère du Patrimoine canadien grâce au volet Programme des célébrations et commemorations.
Ontario recording engineer Rob Hanson spent much of 2015 travelling the country recording children singing O Canada, with the goal of making the largest recording of the anthem ever produced.  The final song brings together 28,725 voices and hundreds of recordings from across Canada…   “It was all about getting kids involved in music and getting excited about it,” said Mr. Hanson, who is executive director of Hometown Music Council, the music education charity behind the project.  Globe and Mail, July 1, 2016
© Hometown Music Council 2014
Welcome Hometown Music Council is a Canadian non-profit dedicated to developing and supporting music opportunities for youth and communities.  The largest recording of O Canada ever! We’re thrilled to have spearheaded the largest professional multi- track recording of a national anthem ever produced.  In celebration of the Flag of Canada’s 50th anniversary we travelled across Canada recording students at elementary schools in every province and territory of Canada.  At the end of our tour we mixed all 28,725 proud Canadian voices together for this historic recording. Making music brings communities together.  At Hometown Music we create opportunities that excite youth and communities about music and find fun ways to help bring the joy of music-making to all Canadians.  Whether it’s singing our Canadian anthem together as a nation or singing around a camp fire, one of the greatest benefits of music is it brings people and communities together.  We encourage you to look through our website and programs.   We are always open to new ideas to engage youth and community through music. Please contact us any time with new ideas. A huge thank you to all our sponsors and partners.  There is no way we could provide these programs and opportunities without your help.  Thank you for helping us bring music to so many youth and communities across Canada. .
Hometown Music Council 1-800-853-4410 Connecting community through music
ASSOCIATION IN SUPPORT OF THE WHITBY PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage via the Celebration and Commemoration Program. Nous reconnaissons l’appui financier du gouvernement du Canada par l’entremise du ministère du Patrimoine canadien grâce au volet Programme des célébrations et commemorations.
Ontario recording engineer Rob Hanson spent much of 2015 travelling the country recording children singing O Canada, with the goal of making the largest recording of the anthem ever produced.  The final song brings together 28,725 voices and hundreds of recordings from across Canada…   “It was all about getting kids involved in music and getting excited about it,” said Mr. Hanson, who is executive director of Hometown Music Council, the music education charity behind the project.  Globe and Mail, July 1, 2016
© Hometown Music Council 2014
Welcome Hometown Music Council is a Canadian non- profit dedicated to developing and supporting music opportunities for youth and communities.  The largest recording of O Canada ever! We’re thrilled to have spearheaded the largest professional multi-track recording of a national anthem ever produced.  In celebration of the Flag of Canada’s 50th anniversary we travelled across Canada recording students at elementary schools in every province and territory of Canada.  At the end of our tour we mixed all 28,725 proud Canadian voices together for this historic recording. Making music brings communities together.  At Hometown Music we create opportunities that excite youth and communities about music and find fun ways to help bring the joy of music- making to all Canadians.  Whether it’s singing our Canadian anthem together as a nation or singing around a camp fire, one of the greatest benefits of music is it brings people and communities together.  We encourage you to look through our website and programs.   We are always open to new ideas to engage youth and community through music. Please contact us any time with new ideas. A huge thank you to all our sponsors and partners.  There is no way we could provide these programs and opportunities without your help.  Thank you for helping us bring music to so many youth and communities across Canada. .
Thank you to our Supporters and Partners
Hometown Music Council 1-800-853-4410 Connecting community through music
ASSOCIATION IN SUPPORT OF THE WHITBY PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage via the Celebration and Commemoration Program. Nous reconnaissons l’appui financier du gouvernement du Canada par l’entremise du ministère du Patrimoine canadien grâce au volet Programme des célébrations et commemorations.
Ontario recording engineer Rob Hanson spent much of 2015 travelling the country recording children singing O Canada, with the goal of making the largest recording of the anthem ever produced.  The final song brings together 28,725 voices and hundreds of recordings from across Canada…   “It was all about getting kids involved in music and getting excited about it,” said Mr. Hanson, who is executive director of Hometown Music Council, the music education charity behind the project.  Globe and Mail, July 1, 2016