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Playing for Change Saskatchewan will be a full afternoon and evening of music participation and performance in support of music education and in celebration of the power of music to build community and promote positive social change. Our line-up will include: Tribal Vibes, Bob Evans, Kerri Senkow, George Leach, Rachel MacDonald, Chris Carlier, Skin and Bone with the Ya La Habibi Dancers, Tuesday Night Jam, Ray Bell and Tahnis Cunningham, Drumming for Growth, Aaron Clarke, Sun Zoom Sparx, Keiffer and Rob McLean, the Jim Wright Duo (Tomcat Howl), and more guest artists still to be announced over the next few days. Admission will be by donation, and we'll also be doing a silent auction fundraiser. Let's make a little music, make a little magic, have a lot of fun! Here's our schedule of performers:
1:30 pm Tribal Vibes
2:30 pm Welcome and a few words about Playing for Change
3:00 pm Jim and Tom Wright, Scott Heck, Rachel MacDonald, Chris Carlier
4:00 pm Drumming for Growth, Tuesday Night Jam, Skin and Bone with the Ya La Habiba Dancers
5:00 pm Sun Zoom Sparx
7:00 pm Ray Bell, Tahnis Cunningham, Glenn Sutter
8:00 pm Keiffer McLean
9:00 pm Bob Evans, Kerri Senkow, Keiffer and Rob McLean
10:00 pm George Leach
11:00 pm Finale!
If you are unable to attend our event on Saturday, you can still contribute by making a donation through this web page. We all appreciate your support.
The Saskatchewan event is being presented by Blue Sky Cultural Connections in collaboration with the Artful Dodger and Common Weal Community Arts.
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As a direct result of your leadership, children in communities around the world will continue to be able to learn music in ways they couldn't have without your support. What's more, thanks to your support, the children in our schools will continue to build connections and relationships across cultural and political boundaries, learning and sharing with one another and with the Playing For Change community worldwide.