The Calgary Public Library‘s Composer in Residence is a 10-week program that supports individual musicians in developing and performing compositions.
Daniel Pelton is serving as Calgary Public Library’s first-ever Composer in Residence! He will be offering free, one-on-one consultations, workshops, and public performances.
He recently spoke with CKUA’s Grant Stovel about how he hopes to use this opportunity as a way to build bridges between people in the community.
To get involved in the programs that are on now through December, head to calgarylibrary.ca.