Metalworks Institute Presents “A Night To Make Music Matter”

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Make Music MatterA Night To Make Music Matter is being produced by our students and faculty.  We’re  proud to be an exclusive educational partner with Make Music Matter.

Make Music Matter (formerly Song for Africa) is committed to providing hope to those in need in struggling African nations, using music to impact the lives of those affected, and to educate those unaware. On July 30, Make Music Matter will host a charitable show featuring a plethora of Canadian talent, giving their time to raise money for this vital cause.

Monday July 30, 2012
Tickets: $25 Advance/$30 Door (includes HST)
Performance: 8:30pm

Dan Hill
Tim Edwards (Crash Parallel)
Luke McMaster
Jesse Labelle
Julie C
Mark Christiano
Sixteen Different Minds 

Make Music Matter is a registered charity that utilizes the power of music to educate and ultimately eradicate some of the world’s most deplorable issues in developing nations. Make Music Matter is working to build operations in three locations across Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that will tackle a wide variety of developmental/human rights issues including HIV/AIDS orphans, child soldiers, and women and children who are survivors of sexual violence.

“Make Music Matter is helping people who have lived through unimaginable trauma to work through their pain, while tackling difficult community issues and raising awareness through the music they create,” said David Bottrill, Grammy award winning producer who has collaborated with the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, Tool, and Silverchair. “The proceeds from this event will go towards helping Make Music Matter expand to help more people than ever through its Music Enrichment Program in Rwanda.”

For more information about Make Music Matter / Song for Africa, click here

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