Dixon Hall’s Annual Gala

Dixon Hall’sDixonHall-MusicForLife-PHOTO Annual Gala, “Music For Life,” Returns to Raise Funds for Music Education At Dixon Hall, we believe that access to the arts and music education is vital for all children. Every year, our Music School provides 12,500 high-quality music lessons to over 300 students from Regent Park and surrounding neighbourhoods at subsidized prices. Beyond lessons, we also connect our students to immersive March Break and summer camps, and we offer tickets to cultural events in the GTA at no additional cost. Our Music School is well-known for its warm atmosphere, and serves as a community hub and lifeline for families who are navigating city living.
To ensure that children from downtown east communities can continue to experience the many benefits associated with learning an instrument and studying music, we host an annual fundraising gala, Music For Life. The event returns on Wednesday, November 27th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm at Daniels Spectrum in Regent Park. The unforgettable evening celebrates the power of music, and showcases the talents of our community, with performances from past and present students and special guest artist, Jessica Mitchell.
To find out more about Music For Life and our Music School, please visit: www.dixonhall.org/musicforlife

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