We are thrilled to honour Cory Monteith‘s vision to make music education accessible for all children. Thank you one and all for contributing to this campaign!! You responded with gifts totaling $3,230!! We are so grateful. (Cory’s Law)
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Concert Timings (H:MM:SS)
0:06:05 SJMA Senior Orchestra
0:16:01 The Pack AD
0:27:30 Aiden Knight and SJMA (Music Video)
0:33:00 Chin Injeti
0:54:48 SJMA Junior Violins
0:59:29 Said the Whale
1:17:06 Topless Gay Love Teckno Party
1:55:50 SJMA Senior Choir (live)
2:01:17 Jocelyn Alice
2:32:24 Mother Mother
3:00:55 Hey Ocean
If you’d like to get a “snapshot” annual report on the recently ended SJMA year, including our program successes and challenges, as well as some of our goals for the new year – Click Here!
A big thank you to The Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation for awarding $12,700 in funding to our ‘Exploring Music with Early Learners’ program which launches this fall.
Also, On May 6th, 2015, The Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation held its 60th Anniversary Celebration, which featured a performance by the Saint James Choir. The choir’s performance was generously underwritten by Genus Capital Management.
It’s probably the best excuse to get a new pair of shoes you’ll ever have! So come on by on June 25th between 6-930pm to try on a new pair, have some refreshments, and see the students of SJMA perform!
See you there!
You’re invited to the SJMA Spring Finale Friday, May 29
Come, once again, and celebrate the achievements of our children with a rich evening of music. Solos, ensembles, orchestra and choir. Mark your calendars and arrive early for seating. Entry free by donation. Performances begin at 6:30pm at Saint James Anglican Church, 303 E. Cordova St.
If you haven’t been before here’s what you can expect:
We hope to see you there!!
The children of Saint James Music Academy are ready to share their talents with you. Come for an evening of music, food, and celebration. Arrive early for good seating. See y’all there!!
303 E. Cordova St, Vancouver, BC
On April 16, 2015, Peter Van Ooyen, with your help, leaped along with his violin from the 19th floor of the Shaw Tower in Vancouver, BC. Funds raised from this jump directly benefited the students at Saint James Music Academy, and will allow them to go on an Outward Bound Adventure!
A handful of SJMA students came together and wrote a series of musical themes with the help of the Turning Point Ensemble and Mark Haney. The finished piece wove them all together into this haunting and beautiful work, performed by members of the Turning Point Ensemble. Thanks to Diane Park for recording and editing this video, and the Turning Point Ensemble for funding this year’s workshop.