This subcategory is dedicated to non-profit organizations pertaining to Canadian music. An example would be the East Coast Music Association (ECMA).
Founded in 1896, the AFM is an international union organized in the United States and Canada with its international headquarters in Toronto.
A non-profit organization for musicians (singers and instrumentalists) of all levels to meet other musicians and to make music together in a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere.
Not for profit trade association for disc jockeys across Canada. News, trade shows, and membership information for DJs. Advice and directory listings for consumers.
Issues licenses and collects royalties for the use of music on CDs and other products.
Dedicated to the study and promotion of musical traditions of all communities and cultures, in all their aspects, particularly in Canada.
Offers a free Canadian DJ directory and supplier links.
Provides organization and membership information, news, history, contacts, and events. Host of an annual conference and the nationally broadcast East Coast Music Awards show.
For the advancement of the composer S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté and the expressionist Walter Gramatté.
The Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent on Records.
Promotes international and Canadian awareness of Glenn Gould's artistry and his ideas on music and technology.
Organization bringing chamber music to Montreal. Provides concert dates, photos and ticket information.
Society of fiddlers committed to promoting and preserving old time fiddling. Benefits of membership, some highlights from their newsletter, and important dates to remember for fiddling events of the Canadian Maritimes.
An association of operatic vocalists providing training to emerging opera artists and offering operatic performances to the community.
A non-profit national support organization for Canada's orchestras.
PMIA's fundamental core activities are created to provide information about and professional development for their industry.
Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada. Collects royalties for all Canadian publishers.
A collective management society within the meaning of the Copyright Act. SODRAC represents authors, composers, music publishers and creators and co-creators of artistic works.
Features a member directory, events guide and membership information.
A non-profit society that promotes, presents, supports and provides opportunities to young artists from British Columbia.
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