All posts by: Natalia Pardalis

This weekend after trying to create a challenge and dialogue among artists in a non profit, I’ve realized that that sometimes there is a lack of understanding of the difference and purpose betwen personal and community involvement so I was...
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I had the opportunity to catch up with Cyber Academy’s finalist Effie Star — she’s been busy since the compeitition  — we got to chat about music and o’course Greece! Effie is a bundle of energy and can’t wait to...
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Jones’ Interview – warning swearing Just read an interesting interview with Quincy Jones. If you don’t know who he is – he was Michael Jackson’s producer. It was a cool interview in the sense of hearing how Frank Sinatra fought...
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Printer-Friendly Nominees & Winners There seems to be a little lack of diversity though — considering all the amazing Canadian musicians I personally know  that come a wide spectirum of diverse backgrounds –  not sure if this represents Canada …. I...
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  A big issue that artists seem to always struggle with is how to classify themselves … so often than not artists will be asked what genre are you by agents or managers and producers will try to get artists...
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Every Friday — our CEO Natalia Pardalis will be sharing an musical experience of herself or someone in her studio. Such a needed experience for anyone wanting to create!” When Natalia was studying at Capilano University, she had the opportunity...
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Just had a lovely conversation with Canadian artist Jodi Pederson from  Royal. She shared some great stories from her career in music as well as some great tips on opening doors in the industry. Jodi has been a professional artist...
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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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