Graduates of Selkirk College and all Canadian post-secondaries now have an opportunity to participate in meaningful and impactful internships across the globe in locations that include Rwanda, Jamaica, Guatemala and Kenya. Two Selkirk College graduates recently returned from six-month placements and are emboldened by their experience.
Contemporary Music & Technology Program students are wrapping up their semester at Selkirk College with a celebration for a great cause. Students and instructors will perform together at Spiritbar on December 13 with all proceeds going to the Nelson Food Cupboard.
The annual Selkirk College Gala is a wonderfuly opportunity for supporters of inspiring regional post-secondary to spend an evening full of terrific food, service and live entertainment all in the name of bolstering learning for current and future students.
An outstanding evening of music is on tap for September 28 when the annual Faculty Concert takes the stage at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall that features the talented teachers in the Contemporary Music & Technology Program.
The importance and value of young Canadians placing a focus on global issues continues to be a priority for senior levels of government with the creation of international internships that provide essential work, develop new skills and result in vital knowledge.
A summer of music awaits Contemporary Music & Technology Instructor Melody Diachun who is fresh off her new release and hitting the road to tour the EP Get Back Into the Groove. Diachun and her band perform on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus on June 21.
Contemporary Music & Technology Program students are wrapping up their year at Selkirk College with a celebration of their hard work and determination. Students and instructors will perform together at Spiritbar on April 19 with all proceeds going to the Selkirk Student Food Bank.
Opportunity to build skills and experience through international internships is now available to recent Selkirk College graduates who can apply to take part in a multitude of options in countries such as Kenya, Jamaica, Guatemala and Rwanda.
The sweet sounds originating from Nelson's Tenth Street Campus over the next few weeks will be coming from the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall where second-year Contemporary Music & Technology Program students are taking part in the annual Showcase Concert Series that puts the final chords on their post-secondary pathway.
The annual Contemporary Music & Technology Program's Faculty Concert is set for the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus where the community will get a chance to see the talented teachers perform an eclectic set of music in an evening show that is not to be missed.
Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program faculty member Don Macdonald has been busy in the studio over the last few months and the result is a new collection of choral music that brings two beautiful voices together to create a full choir experience.
Students in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program have been presented with a new cultural opportunity courtesy of a partnership with the Edna Manley College of Visual & Performing Arts in Jamaica.
It was another stellar evening at Mary Hall in Nelson at Selkirk College Gala 2017 which brought the community together for an elegant and entertaining evening courtesy of the budding talent in a number of programs.
It's one of the most anticipated events of the year at Selkirk College with a fantastic night of food, service and music presented by talented students in several Nelson-based programs. Gala 2017 will once again feature an eclectic mix of music from this year's second-year Contemporary Music & Technology Program cohort.
Selkirk College students are preparing for Gala 2017 which takes place at Mary Hall on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus on November 25. The community is invited for a wonderful evening of food, service and entertainment courtesy of students in several different programs. Funds raised from this year's event will help build a legacy fund for the future through scholarships and bursaries.
Dan Brubeck, renowned jazz drummer, and a member of one of America’s most notable musical families will be performing at Selkirk College’s Shambhala Music and Performance Hall on September 25. Based in Vancouver, the quartet recently appeared at Kaslo Jazz Etc Festival to rave reviews.
The Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program is a pillar program at Nelson’s Tenth Street Campus. This past spring, original faculty member Paul Landsberg retired after a 28-year career. Here is a look back at the impact the guitar instructor had over almost three decades.
Students in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program will be getting together for one final semester-ending bash at Nelson's Spiritbar on Friday night with an eclectic night of entertainment.
The bond grows between Selkirk College and Rwanda's Nyundo School of Music where an international language is bringing growing opportunities to shrink the world through music. The next chapter in the growing relationship between Selkirk College and Rwanda’s Nyundo School for Music has been written.
The culmination of two years of education and training at Selkirk College's Tenth Street Campus, second-year students in the Contemporary Music & Technology Program hit the stage for the annual semester ending showcase concert series during the month of March.
During one of Selkirk College’s biggest nights of the year, students of the Contemporary Music & Technology Program released an original song written just for the occasion. “50 Years of Dreams” is a catchy number shining the spotlight on the college’s 50th anniversary through the eyes of students on campus pursuing their dreams.
Students in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program are bringing months of hard work to the stage at Spiritbar for their annual Winter Showcase and Celebration. The community is invited to a fabulous evening of eclectic music courtesy an ultra-talented group of students and program instructors with a chance to donate to a worthy cause.
Join Selkirk College in welcoming back Michael Occhipinti & the Sicilian Project featuring Pilar. He will appear at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall in Nelson on November 28 where he recently appeared on tour with Shine On: The Universe of John Lennon.
It's one of the highlights of the year at Nelson's Tenth Street Campus and this year's Selkirk College Gala 2016 fast approaches. Students are ramping up to host the region at Mary Hall on November 26 where a fantastic evening of food, friends and fun awaits.
On October 3, Jazz guitarist Albert Vila will appear at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall at Selkirk College with Canadian virtuosos Kodi Hutchinson on bass and Julian MacDonough on drums. While in Nelson, the musician will also spend time offering clinics with Contemporary Music & Technology Program students making his visit a valuable learning opportunity.
Michael Occhipinti's inventive approach to creative music of all kinds has earned him a wide array of listeners and the respect of critics and musicians alike. His project Shine On: The Universe of John Lennon imaginatively alters the music well-known to all while staying true to the original feel. Occhipinti is in Nelson on August 3.
Shrinking the world through music, the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program has cemented a relationship with a music school in Rwanda that is an important part of the healing the process the African nation continues to go through.