Desiree Dorion will be the Aboriginal Music Program's (AMP) Mentor in Residence for the month of November. Starting on Monday, November 5 she will be available for songwriting and vocal consultations by email and in person (Dauphin region only).
Aboriginal songwriters and musicians of all ages and experience, residing in Manitoba, are encouraged to submit consultation requests and email Desiree for advice and feedback. Alan Greyeyes will be taking messages for Desiree over the phone and email questions can be sent to her at the firstname.lastname@example.org address.
Desiree will also be available for workshops at schools or community organizations in the Dauphin region. Please email email@example.com if you would like Desiree to visit your classroom or youth program in the month of November.
FOR PHONE MESSAGES AND TO SET UP A CONSULTATION:
Aboriginal Music Program Coordinator
TO EMAIL DESIREE DORION:
ABOUT DESIREE DORION:
You might expect for a singer to take some time off after having a baby…but not Desiree Dorion. In her typical renaissance woman style, the award-winning artist was right back at it, writing and recording songs with Producer Arun Chaturvedi for her next release, which is due out in January, 2013. Honesty, emotion, and work ethic are some of her defining attributes. These coupled with her gift for songwriting, and her versatile voice are what sets this young country crooner apart.
ABOUT THE AMP MENTORS IN RESIDENCE:
The AMP Mentors in Residence will be available to answer questions about the business side of the music industry, equipment and instruments, recording, performing, songwriting, and musicianship for the months of November and February.
The AMP Mentors:
November 2012 - Desiree Dorion (country)
February 2013 - Jesse Green (rock / film production)