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Music Yukon

Goodbye, Smith House

Music Yukon has been forced to seriously rethink its future and make plans to stay afloat in a changing industry and economy. One of those changes includes moving out of the Smith House, the little blue house in Lepage Park that Music Yukon has called home for nearly a decade.

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48 hours of music and film

From Friday, August 24 until Sunday, August 26, musicians and filmmakers are invited and encouraged to take part in the creation of a music video that will be completed in only two days. Music Yukon, Yukon Film Society and...

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From the North to the South

We deserve a pat on the back. That’s part of the point of From the North says Kim Winnicky, executive producer of the arts performance and show, a Canada 150 project being produced by Music Yukon.“We (in the territories) don’t...

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Setting Forth for New Frontiers

“It costs almost the same or even less to travel from Whitehorse to Germany than to Eastern Canada and there are so many more people,” Barr says. “I needed an opportunity like this to play outside of Canada. I know how to tour...

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A Shining Star

This was the second time that I have had the pleasure of doing an interview with Thorin Loeks. The first time, which was in June last year, he had just released his first album, Thirsty Hearts.Since then he has been writing more...

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