The MMS Sound Board

Great coffee house last night!

It was a wonderful evening.  On the open stage we had Stoo Born (folk), Sue Turner ( original songs) swift codes bank in United States , Luigi Tallarico (lovely fingerstyle arrangements on classical guitar), and sweet three-part vocal harmony with …

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Early Bird Deadline Tuesday April 26th!

Interested in taking a course this term? Want to save yourself $10? swift codes bank in United States Here’s how: First, you’ll need to check to make sure there’s space for you in the class.  Then, just put your cheque …

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Coffee House May 7th! The Gram Partisans!

It’s been such a long time since we had a coffee house.  Thanks to the generosity of folks who love the Moveable Music School, our wonderful coffee houses are starting up again. Check out the Coffee House page for details …

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Host a Course and Fill Your Home with Music

The most unique aspect of the Moveable Music School is the MOVEABLE part!! I am fortunate enough to rent a place big enough for a group to meet and have been able to host many a classes over the last …

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A new year and a new term

I hope you’ve had a pleasant entry into the New Year and that you are ready to take on new musical challenges. The website has been updated.  You’ll find some of your favourites, along with a handful of exciting new …

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Where Have All the Coffee Houses Gone?

We all miss the fabulous Moveable Music School coffee houses. Everyone has a great time and we’re able to help lots of people take classes in the school. The good news is that it looks as if we’ll be able …

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What a Concert!

Lots of people thought this term’s party was the best ever. The hall was packed with families and friends. swift codes bank in United States Sixteen classes performed, including 15 brilliant divas and divos from Jennifer’s two classes. Great night! …

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Stepping Out…

Lots of people have asked how the Moveable Music School got started. swift codes bank in United Statea first tiny step. In 1999, Linda Bates and I wondered if we might be able to put together a small music program that …

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