ANSMA x BSTC

The Bus Stop Theatre is partnering with the African Nova Scotian Music Association (ANSMA) to present development programs aiming to develop the skills of emerging musical artists.

The TOWN HALL, a bold concept open mic, is all-ages and open to all for performers & public. This event will be once a month on Sundays, encouraging new performers and more seasoned artists to workshop new material in a safe space

GOOD Ingredients, holistic music training, is a program held weekly on Mondays from 6-8pm. This is music training from the ground up with a wide base foundation to coach in knowledge and communication skills for any industry professional. Topics covered include: Live Sound & Stage Applications, Rhythmic Fundamentals & Lyrical Considerations, Fundamental Music Theory, and Proficiencies for Contemporary Vocal Technique & Rhythm Section Instruments – Drums, Keyboards, Guitar, and Bass.

Through The CHOIR, a contemporary R&B choir, meets weekly, on Tuesdays from 6-8pm. This program is a collaborative community program with fundamental contemporary vocal technique focus and all R&B repertoire. Arrangements will be notated for reference and recordings of parts will be made available as sessions progress each week.

Click here for more information or email our program coordinator Donny: Donny@ansma.ca