Canadian Digital Art School – The Centre for Arts and Technology Fredericton is pleased to announce that we were once again a part of the Shivering Songs Festival (January 23rd to 26th), which took place at various venues throughout the downtown Fredericton core.
Lead Instructor and Studio Manager Brad Perry was ‘front of house’ mix engineer at the main venue – Wilmot United Church. Performers Brad had the pleasure of mixing for include: Ron Sexsmith with Rose Cousins; Kathleen Edwards with John K. Samson & Christine Fellows; as well as the songwriters’ circle “Songwriters & Storytellers hosted by Steve Poltz”. Brad Perry has been actively involved in the festival since its inception in 2011 and has always made it a point to engage senior audio students in this festival.
Senior Audio Engineering students assisted in sound reinforcement set up at all venues during the festival. In addition, Audio graduate and current Lab Assistant Dylan Ward provided ‘front of house’ mixing at the Capital Complex.
Currently, Greater Fredericton is home to more than 50% of New Brunswick’s information technology industry. With so many opportunities on our doorstep, our students thrive at this close-knit digital art school.
For more information regarding the Shivering Songs Festival please visit their website at http://www.shiveringsongs.com/ and for more information about the Centre for Arts and Technology Fredericton please click here.