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By: TeresaWed, 08/21/2019
Sign up now to perfect your singing!

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to sing but didn’t know where to start, now is a good time to look for choirs and group lessons that are recruiting new members for fall.

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By: Eric AWed, 08/14/2019
Wellington Water Week | Our Top 5!

Many Canadians visit Prince Edward County during the summer to experience its excellent wines, delicious local products, and vast sandy beaches. Wellington Water Week is one more reason to visit this scenic getaway in Ontario.

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By: Eva and SophieTue, 08/06/2019
Artists to Watch | August 2019

From viral sensations to promising up-and-comers, 2019 is producing an incredible crop of new artists that remind us why we listen to music at all. Here are some of our favorites so far. 

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By: StingrayWed, 07/31/2019
Katori Walker | Interview | Stingray Rising Stars

Stingray is proud to promote emerging artists through our monthly Rising Stars program. We are thrilled to introduce you to Katori Walker, our latest Rising Star for August!

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By: Ariane DurocherTue, 07/23/2019
The Best Tunes for Summer Parties

With pool parties and BBQ season in high gear, get the music right! Here’s a list of great curated audio channels sure to bring your gatherings to the next level, all available on the free Stingray Music mobile app.

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By: TD SunfestThu, 07/18/2019
TD Sunfest 2019 | Stingray Rising Stars

TD Sunfest wrapped up its landmark 25th edition on Sunday, July 7th after four days of presenting more than 80 FREE-admission performances by 40 top world music & jazz groups from every corner of the globe, and attracting 600+ volunteers and a record number of visits from near and far, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who, during Thursday evening’s opening ceremonies, praised the festival as “a showcase of the best of London and the best of Canada in its diversity.”

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By: Winnipeg Folk FestivalThu, 07/18/2019
Winnipeg Folk Festival 2019 | Stingray Rising Stars

For ten years, Stingray has supported young music talent at the Winnipeg Folk Festival. This year, 39 performers participated in the Stingray Young Performers Program and were mentored by Christine Fellows & John K. Samson, Danny Michel, Jesse Matas, Samantha Crain, and William Prince, all of who provided invaluable insight.

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By: Brad DrydenMon, 07/15/2019
Halifax Jazz Festival 2019 | Interview | Stingray Rising Stars

Hi there! It’s Brad Dryden, from the Morning Breeze with Brad and Natalie. It was my pleasure to present the Stingray Rising Stars award at TD Halifax Jazz Festival, a longstanding Stingray Music partner.

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By: LucilleTue, 04/16/2019
« Québec Émergent », une chaîne à découvrir sans plus attendre !

Qui n’a jamais eu cette sensation folle de tomber en amour pour une chanson et d’avoir envie de l’écouter en boucle jusqu’à s’en écœurer ? Chez Stingray Musique, nous aimons provoquer ce sentiment et vous faire découvrir de nouveaux artistes tout en soutenant la relève musicale.

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By: LucilleTue, 04/16/2019
Meet Gospel Queen: Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Stingray Qello just released an exclusive concert video of GRAMMY Award-winning worship singer-songwriter Tasha Cobbs Leonard. The spectacular show, entitled Heart. Passion. Pursuit.: Live at Passion City Church, was recorded in 2018 in Atlanta, and is now available on all Stingray Qello’s platforms.

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By: LucilleWed, 04/10/2019
ACM Awards 2019 | 100% Country Music PausePlay Episodes!

Every year, the Academy of Country Music awards the most talented country artists of the year. The 54th ACM Awards took place in sunny Las Vegas, on April 7, and was hosted by the amazing Reba McEntire (for the 16th time!). Country legends, including Keith Urban, Dan + Shay, Carrie Underwood, Kacey Musgraves, and Luke Combs attended the epic show to celebrate country music.

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By: HitskeWed, 04/10/2019
Getting ready for Easter: A time for Passions

The weeks around Good Friday and Easter are a busy period for Baroque ensembles and choirs. Many of the beautiful Passions that were written and composed for this time of the year are performed all over the world. One Easter tradition started at the beginning of the 17th century in Leipzig. Now, it has become a big tradition for classical music fans and enthusiasts. Stingray showcases these beautiful compositions on different platforms and services.

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By: LucilleThu, 04/04/2019
Soran @ Stingray Café | Cinq-à-sept / Happy Hour

Chaque vendredi, les employés de notre Quartier général à Montréal se rejoignent au Café Stingray autour d’un verre pour célébrer les bons coups de la semaine et fraterniser entre collègues.

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By: RokasWed, 04/03/2019
Artists To Watch: Jazzahead! 2019 | Stingray DJAZZ

An international trade fair, exhibition, and renowned festival, ! is one of the jazz community's most important annual events. Hosted in Bremen, Germany, it brings together musicians, bookers, agents, organizers, jazz experts, and music enthusiasts. Jazzahead! 2019 pays special attention to Norwegian jazz and this year’s edition selected 40 different jazz acts from all over the world inviting them to perform over the course of three days. Stingray DJAZZ selects 5 artists not to miss.

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By: Eva and SophieTue, 04/02/2019
Artists to Watch | April 2019

From viral sensations to promising up-and-comers, 2019 is producing an incredible crop of new artists that remind us why we listen to music at all. Here are some of our favorites so far. 

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By: ArianeThu, 03/28/2019
Ali Eisner | Stingray Rising Stars Winner | 2019 JUNOS

On Saturday March 16, 2019, Stingray presented the Video of The Year award accompanied by a $3,000 bursary. This year’s Stingray Rising Stars nominees were Peter Huang, Ben Knechtel, Andrew Hines, Ali Eisner, and Andrew de Zen. The bar was set high as last year’s winner was innovative artist Claire Boucher aka Grimes. This year, 2007 Stingray Rising Stars winners Tokyo Police Club introduced the award mentioning how invaluable the support from Stingray was for their career.

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By: RokasThu, 03/28/2019
To Believe by The Cinematic Orchestra

The musical brains behind The Cinematic Orchestra, founder Jason Swinscoe and longtime musical collaborator Dominic Smith, seem to be very pleased with the general reception of their last studio release, and its opening track To Build a Home,” in particular. The overall atmosphere of the new album resembles its predecessor in many ways: the specific tempo, vocal presence, and certain harmonic patterns all add to the feeling that “To Believe” looks back to the past rather than the future. Perhaps it was the huge success of To Build a Home that influenced the ensemble's musical direction, as to this day the track recorded in collaboration with Canadian singer-songwriter Patrick Watson features on various movies, TV, and radio programs.

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