Community group of trained and amateur musicians, singers, instrumentalists, composers, actors, dancers, visual artists and film-makers, everyday people and those retired, bringing music-based art to the stage, screen, and community groups such as senior centers and educational institutions. Our goal is to inspire, entertain, inform and include all in our reach without prejudice or judgement, using different medias: stage, film, recordings and lectures. Whatever your level, we want you and we want to entertain you! Age is only a number and art is what we rehearse our butts off to make.

Graeme Wilkinson, Executive Producer/Musical Director, holds an ARCT in Piano Performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto. He obtained a Bachelor of Music from L’Université du Québec à Montréal, and went on to complete a Graduate Diploma in Music at Concordia University in Montreal, under the direction of Christopher Jackson. During his thirty year career with Air Canada and beyond, Graeme has actively pursued his musical avocation. He participates regularly in International Piano Amateur Competitions, Festivals, and Academies, and is active in Choral Work around Montreal. Graeme continues to study Piano with his Concordia Prof Laurie Altman.

Buck Delaney, Artistic Director. BFA Musical Theatre from the prestigious Webster University Conservatory in St. Louis, Missouri. Member of SAG in the US and former member of Actors Equity, having done professional regional theatre. In Canada, Buck has performed leading roles on stage in Toronto and Montreal, and has directed several musicals and light opera for Light Opera of Montreal. Appearing on television and in films, produced both in the US and Canada, Mr. Delaney is a proud member of Canada’s ACTRA union. He produced, wrote and stars in LOOM’s first film which is now touring festivals throughout the world, having just won Best Foreign Short in Chicago. His goal is to bring talented artists of all ages, backgrounds and levels of music comprehension to take part in creating a musical or opera, learning, laughing and eventually performing as we explore works by the most innovative composers from Sondheim to Copland. We are also exploring new film venues featuring music by new composers utilizing all styles of music. On stage, our goal is to someday create original operatic works in both French and English using Quebec composers.