Thank you to everyone who came out and helped to make our vinyl pop-up event a fantastic evening, in celebration of the healing power of music.
Special thanks to our event sponsors for their support: The Peach Gallery, The Mod Club, Earth 1 Music, HHB Canada, Long & McQuade, Collective Arts Brewing, Folly Brewing, Creators at Play, Warner Music Canada, Precision Record Pressing, Mike Ormsby (artist), Ashley Senja (artist), Mandolynne Knott (performer)
* EXCLUSIVE VINYL * LIVE MUSIC * SILENT AUCTION * ART * NETWORKING
Healing in Harmony Vinyl Pop-Up Celebration
Monday, December 16, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
The Peach Gallery, 722 College Street, Toronto, ON, M6G 1C4
Join us for a pop-up celebration – an evening to enjoy the recordings from Make Music Matter’s innovative music therapy program and an opportunity to pick up a copy of the limited edition Healing in Harmony – Greatest Hits Vol. 1 album on vinyl. (Listen here)
Come out and meet the team behind A4A (Artists 4 Artists) Records and Make Music Matter, including Grammy Award-winning producer David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Smashing Pumpkins, Tool, Muse, Silverchair, Rush…). Hear about the latest expansion of the Healing in Harmony program in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Turkey, Peru, and Canada.
Enjoy an intimate performance by Toronto-based singer-songwriter Mandolynne Knott in the beautiful art exhibition space of the Peach Gallery.
100% of the evening’s profits will benefit the Healing in Harmony music therapy program.
*Tickets are LIMITED*
PRE-ORDER albums when you reserve your ticket via eventbrite:
Vinyl – $10 ($20 at event)
*Signed* vinyl by producer David Bottrill – $13 ($25 at event)
Mandolynne Knott is an up and coming indie alternative artist from Toronto. Her unique, soulful tone and explicit lyrics float over instrumentals like a moody wave. Her music is a direct reflection of her life experiences and internal battles. She truly believes that the arts are a powerful outlet with the ability to heal, transform, and raise awareness of issues such as mental health, women’s rights, political issues, and abuse. Mandolynne’s influences include Cat Power, Radiohead, Timber Timbre, Metric, and Placebo. She is currently working on her debut EP, set to release in 2020.