The first session in this series will begin at 5:30 pm. All subsequent sessions begin at 5:00 pm.
Imagine a songwriters’ circle, but for music producers. This drop-in, co-curricular initiative seeks to support Hart House's Hip Hop Education program by bringing together beatmakers, producers and music creators in an informal and open space to share beats, techniques, questions and ideas.
These sessions aim to create a supportive music production community of practice, dedicated to creative expression and artistic development. It is meant to be an inclusive environment for music producers of all levels or anyone interested in music production.
All genres of music are welcome!
No registration is required. Just drop by and bring your tracks—laptop and Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) preferred.
Marco Adamovic a.k.a. Vic Adamo
Marco is an educator and cultural producer. As an educator, Marco strives to facilitate positive and healthy environments for creativity, connection, and collaboration to thrive. As a cultural producer, he is a multi-instrumentalist, beatmaker, songwriter, and organizer of the things. He works with people, machines, and (mostly) good ideas. His family emigrated to Turtle Island in the 1970s from the former Yugoslavia. Marco is a graduate of the Mille Rotman Shime Academic Bridging Program, an alumnus of Katimavik, and holds an M.Ed in Leadership, Adult, and Higher Education from the University of Toronto. In closing, Ball is Life.