You won't only be learning to play an instrument, you'll be meeting and making new friends to play with, in and out of the band room. Making music is important, but that's not all you'll do! (learn more)
Our Year End Concert - The Beat Goes On, 2015 is coming up fast. We will be celebrating all the work we have done in a showcase event at St. Michael's College Theatre (at St. Clair West and Bathurst). The show, May 29, starts at 7:30 and we hope you'll join us. Tickets are $12 at the door or in advance by calling Dan at 647-201-8780.
The Long & McQuade Bloor New Horizons Band is a band program for mature adults, celebrating their fifth season, who want to play a musical instrument in a friendly group environment. There are classes at three levels: classes for absolute beginners and those who want to re-connect with musical skills they haven't used in years, classes for people who have been playing for a year or two, and classes for those more experienced players who want to learn more about playing in a band while making new friends. Each class meets once a week and will begin again in September, 2014. (learn more)
And i quote...
"Playing music again feels like a brain massage. It's like waking up after a long sleep." - Kathy
"Who knew that the challenges of learning to play music again after 40 some years would be so much fun? " - Michele
"Your best is good enough!", Dr. Roy Ernst, Prof. Eastman School of Music, founder of the New Horizons Band Organization