Music has the power to bring people together. In an age where technology is playing an increasingly large role in the way we make and maintain our relationships, it’s becoming obvious that it’s easy to drift away from real-life interactions. Common appreciation of something can be a powerful tool to foster community, and we believe that the shared love of music can be a force for positive change in Toronto. Hence, the Early Music Collaboration Lab.
The Early Music Collaboration Lab focuses on providing shared learning opportunities for seniors (adults over 55) and youth (aged 14 to 25) by creating behind-the-scenes, in-depth educational experiences. EMCL sessions are open to 20 adults and 20 youth learners, are guided by a professional educator as a facilitator, and Toronto Consort Artistic Associates.