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Slow No Tempo’s “Quarantet” Project Returns For Christmas

Ryan Noakes  November 23, 2020 at 2:38 pm

With the latest restrictions on social gatherings, Slow No Tempo is doing the responsible thing and stopping meeting in person. We were just finishing rehearsing some of our favourite xmas tunes in order to launch a late-stage recording session… now we are doing the very 2020 thing and bringing back the Quarantet approach of recording in isolation.

You’ll even have the ability to buy the “album” if you want. Read the post on SNT’s website for full details.

Starting next Tuesday (December 1) we’ll be posting a weekly festive video. It’s not the most idyllic solution, but at least we have an option vs. just not doing anything. I am thankful that we live in a time when not being able to physically get together does not completely destroy performing arts.

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Ryan Noakes

Ryan Noakes was born in 1979 in Kamloops, British Columbia, where he grew up thinking life was a musical with his parents constantly playing and singing along with records. An accomplished singer, he has been a member of numerous choirs and vocal ensembles and performed in several musical theatre productions. Ryan received his BMus in composition from the University of Victoria in 2008. At UVic he was a two-time recipient of the Murray Adaskin Prize in Music Composition. Ryan also helped to establish two new vocal ensembles at the university. After graduating from UVic, he was instrumental in the creation of the Vancouver Island Chamber Choir; as a founding member, manager, and composer-in-residence. In 2010 Ryan relocated to Vancouver and received his MMus in composition from the University of British Columbia in 2012. He has recently returned to his home town of Kamloops.

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