NMC Artist in Residence
The National Music Centre’s Artist in Residence program is designed to feed and nurture artistic creativity and technical innovation by providing artists at various levels of professional development with uninterrupted time and space, and the use of NMC’s singular collection and expertise, to create new and innovative works in a supportive, world-class facility.
NMC is now accepting new submissions to its Artist in Residence program at Studio Bell for 2019. Interested applicants can apply by Monday, November 26, 2018.
The National Music Centre’s Artist in Residence program is generously supported by Bell Media.
Artist Entrepreneur West
Artist Entrepreneur West (AE West), is a five-week creative entrepreneurship program to help emerging professional artists, of all musical genres, develop sustainable businesses and careers via hands-on mentoring, networking, and collaboration. AE West is an extension of CMI’s highly-regarded Toronto-based Artist Entrepreneur program and represents a partnership between CMI, NMC and Alberta Music.
AE West runs from November 5 to December 7, 2018.
Application for AE West 2018 is now over.
RBC Master in Residence
RBC Master in Residence workshops provide opportunities for emerging artists to gain unprecedented access to masters in various genres and aspects of music. Through mentorship, lectures, and hands-on workshops, Canadian artists benefit from the unique experiences and skills of these masters. NMC will recruit these masters, and work closely to develop specific programs that unpack their distinct skills to maximize benefit for participating emerging artists.
Stay tuned for more information on the RBC Master in Residence program.
2018 RBC Master in Residence
Steven Page’s songs are etched in the canon of Canadian music. As one of the principal songwriters and lead singers for Barenaked Ladies, Page co-fronted one of the most unique success stories in Canadian music, leaving a legacy of international hits, and a rabid, global fanbase. Page continues to contribute to Canada’s musical story through his successful independent career.
As NMC’s Master in Residence for 2018, Page will provide insight into his process and offer new perspectives to aspiring songwriters.