...which means it is again time for everyone to join in the journey with the glory of music.
When we started, Scotia Music was South Shore Pipes and Drums –a non-profit Association dedicated to ensuring bagpiping made its way to our local area. Through lessons and band practice we touched on everyone’s love of the pipes.
Once the pandemic hit, the musical community panicked. It seemed like the end of local music and times were definitely tough. But, musicians banded together to make sure our beloved music scene survived.
The heart of Scotia Music Grew beyond my wildest dreams. South Shore Pipes and Drums kept beating through virtual lessons while I watched each student light their candle through music.
The determination of everyone to keep the music alive was incredibly uplifting.
Virtual concerts followed suit, and Scotia music was determined to help; we became a go to booking agent for local acts. It was our way to help our fellow musicians survive the Covid doldrums.
Fast forward to today, surviving, and shining against all odds.
We are so proud of our South Shore Community, and to be honest, ourselves.
Local music lives on.