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Before it was the National Music Centre in Calgary, most people who knew of it at all would have known it as the Cantos Music Museum, a smaller operation based in one of Calgary’s remaining early-19th-century buildings. Starting from the earliest genesis of the foundation in the late 1980’s, the key people involved undoubtedly possessed bold visions and the ability to see them through. Possibly even the wildest ideas of that original group would not have envisioned the beautiful, world-class music heritage facility of today and the scope of what the NMC may still become. Bridging from that past starting point to the reality of the present and the potential of the future likely has meant making a number of key leaps of faith, and I hope they keep at it.
Some Bridges Are Leaps of Faith, Calgary
Calgary Alberta Canada


Before it was the National Music Centre in Calgary, most people who knew of it at all would have known it as the Cantos Music Museum, a smaller operation based in one of Calgary’s remaining early-19th-century buildings. Starting from the earliest genesis of the foundation in the late 1980’s, the key people involved undoubtedly possessed bold visions and the ability to see them through. Possibly even the wildest ideas of that original group would not have envisioned the beautiful,...
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