All posts by: Natalia Pardalis

So I’ve been racking my mind (while dealing with this horrible flu) on the best way to approach the “wonderful” comments from Recording Academy President Neil Portnow suggesting that women need to “step up” and Grammy telecast producer Ken Ehrlich...
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Super excited for this event! Release on January 30, 2018: ‘Let’s Hear It 2018 Juno Host Committee’ #BrokenGlass If 2017 taught the world anything – it is that 2018 is a time to celebrate diversity by smashing the glass ceilings...
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I just had a chance to listen to Cayla Brooke’s new album PLUSH RED CHAIR. It remind of the classic sounds of Elvis to modern smooth jazz sound of European artists such as Paloma Faith and Caro Emerald. It is...
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Just had a great conversation with indi record label owner Amrik Singh about record labels and what they are up to at their label Beringer Records. So for starters I asked Amrik what the difference was between him and a...
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So stepping away from my usual music blogs to tell you about a breathtaking project from wonderful individuals  …. As many of you might remember, a few years ago I was involved with an amazing project called O Tharraleos (The...
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  I received an email today from Music BC that a coalition of members of the BC music industry  are working hard for the renewal of the BC Music Fund …. but they are asking for the support and help...
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In a time when live venues are closing … I was excited to hear about the new live music space The Flamingo and that our very own Clayton Brown (he is our producer and enginner at Pardalis Studio) and his...
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One of the artists that I mentor recently had an odd experience. She has been posting covers online and although 99% of the comments have been uplifting and quite inspiring – she got that bad review. What made it harder...
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For me, it is the exploration of different cultures, food, and music. It is finding the similarities and glorfying the differences in the many cultures that span across this land that we call Canada. HEARTBEAT Now imagine an event that...
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Last month, a parent asked me why I am always trying to encourage my private students especially my younger students to join our different vocal group sessions and join their school choirs. Isn’t their private lessons enough? So first I...
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