Voice Intensive led by Pura Fe


A Voice Intensive for Aboriginal Women led by Pura Fe in Toronto

A Voice Intensive forAboriginal Women led by Pura Fe in Toronto

The Voice Intensiveworkshop is open to 12 Aboriginal women who are emerging and establishedsingers, musicians, songwriters and music enthusiasts. 

Participants willexplore singing as physical experience, solo and group composition, and learnmore about the music industry. Led by renowned singer/songwriter Pura Fe, theparticipants will receive practical hands-on development that will enhancetheir confidence and skills as singers.

Participants in the voice intensivewill be able to experience first-hand the power of live performance by singingas a group during the concert.

About Pura Fe
Juno-nominated and Nammyaward winning singer, songwriter & musician Pura Fe has broughtcontemporary Native music to the forefront of the mainstream music. Her lushand soulful voice mixes with her lap steel guitar as she fuses the blues withher Indigenous influence.

WednesdayJanuary 13, 2010

3:30pm to 6:00 pm

ArtBar, The Gladstone Hotel (Gladstone & Queen W)

RegistrationFee is $25, Space is Limited to 12 women


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with Pura Fe in theevening

Up Close and Personalwith Pura Fe

Wednesday January 13,2010 

The Gladstone Hotel,Ballroom

1214 Queen Street West(Queen W and Dufferin)

8:00 pm (doors open 7:00pm)


Tickets: Callor at the door.

This project is made possible with thegenerous assistance of Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, OntarioArts Council and Toronto Arts Council.

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