|About CMC Atlantic
About CMC Atlantic2018-01-29T11:53:41-03:00

About CMC Atlantic

Established in 1989, the Atlantic Regional Office first opened on the campus of Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB. In 2012 the office was closed and re-opened in Halifax in 2015 on the campus of Dalhousie University with Peggy Walt as its Regional Director.

The Atlantic Regional Office actively participates in the East Coast Music Awards, collaborating on the presentation of the Classical Nominees Showcase. As well, the office works closely with local music organizations to promote Canadian composers and Canadian music.

Mission

The Canadian Music Centre is the catalyst that connects you to the ever-evolving world of Canadian musical creation through performance, education, and promotion.

Purpose

The Canadian Music Centre provides unique resources for exploring, discovering, and performing Canadian music. We are passionate about nurturing a musical community that honours our legacy and supports the professional development of Canadian musicians and composers.

Vision

The Canadian Music Centre inspires fresh perspectives, celebrates inventive composers, and provides transformative experiences. We champion artistic diversity and embrace Canada’s rich cultural heritage in creative centres across the country and internationally.