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Canada Opened a Massive Museum Dedicated Solely to Music

Wednesday, November 16, 2016   (0 Comments)

Just Opened in Calgary, Canada is a Massive Museum Dedicated Solely to Music. The National Music Centre aims to be a multi-purpose monument to Canadian music – part museum, part education center, part concert venue. 

"Andrew Mosker (president and CEO of The National Music Centre) had a dream of an institution that was more than a museum, kind of more than everything. A kind of music institution that doesn’t exist – education, performance, everything,” says architect Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works Architecture, who developed the program and architecture of the Centre.

Check out the Toronto Star's feature on the National Music Centre.