Humanity in Music - L’Humanité dans La Musique

Welcome to our Media Resource page and the first of many music projects to come.  If you'd like to make contact with anyone from our team or you have any further inquiries, please contact EMMA JARRET.  

WHAT IS HUMANITY IN MUSIC? 

Humanity in Music is a non-profit organization that supports charities and non-profits.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Once a year, we host a music event to promote and raise funds for a charity in collaboration with Canadian musicians. This year's benefactor is the Alzheimer Society on World Alzheimer's Day. 

WHEN IS THE EVENT?

This year, our event is on World Alzheimer's Day. Tuesday, September 21st. 6:00 PM (EST)  Tickets are $20 per household and will be available from June 1st. All proceeds from the ticket sales will go directly to your local Alzheimer's Society.

WHERE WILL THE EVENT BE HELD?         

Online, at www.humanityinmusic.com - Via a Youtube link that will be posted on the website's main page (INSIGHT) 

WHY AND HOW DID IT ALL BEGIN?

It started with the personal experience of Toronto musician, Jasmin Uglow. She was the primary caregiver of her dad before he passed away from Dementia. During her time as a caregiver, she composed an album about the ambiguous loss of her father.  The title of the album is, Remember Me, and will be released on World Alzheimer's Day. 

Jasmin hopes to inspire other musicians like herself to join her in supporting the Alzheimer Society because the event embodies the stories of many others like herself. 

When tickets go on sale, every ticket holder will receive the bonus track from the album in appreciation for their support.

Proceeds from the album will benefit the Alzheimer Society.

 

Scott Russell from the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. 

 

Here's a short doc that explains the spirit behind one Canadian musician.  

A seven minutes anthology of Jasmin’s story, her music and her mission.

 

PROJECT 2021 COMMITTEE

These are the men and women who generously lend their support to Humanity in Music, by using their professional experience to help make this event a success.  

Their hope is to inspire others to join them in promoting musicians, to enlighten and entertain Canadians while supporting the Alzheimer Society.

You can contact any one of our team members via our Committee Mailbox and your message will be directed.