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  • Avila Music School in Thunder Bay Opens Memorial Library

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    Avila Music School in Thunder Bay believes that music is something that should be shared and loved by everybody, and to further promote music education, we established the Avila School Memorial Library that opened early September. The library aims to hold an extensive collection of print music and resource materials like books on music history, […]

  • June Recital

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    We are so very proud of all of our students!  Here, our students played for friends and family at Fort William Baptist Church.  As we begin another year, start thinking about performing again.

  • Memorial Library Grand Opening

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    Memorial Library Grand Opening Friday, September 6, 2013 and Saturday, September 7, 2013 Avila is proud to unveil the Avila Memorial Library to the general public.  Our print material collection is the largest library of this kind between Toronto and Winnipeg.  For a nominal patron fee, anyone can sign out material that they wish to […]

  • Music At Chapters

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    This June we were privileged  to provide musical accompaniment for Marcela Greer.  Marcela translated a book of Slovenian poetry into English. Keyboard music was provided by students of Debbie Wasylenko.

  • Thank You to Trillium Foundation

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    We thank the Trillium Foundation for the generous grant we received to establish the Avila Music School Community Library.  With our new database, patrons are encouraged to borrow print and audio resources from our extensive library. For More Information About The Ontario Trillium Foundation Visit http://otf.ca/en/index.asp

  • Avila Memorial Library

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    In the fall of 2012 the Avila Music School Memorial Library began a lending service to teachers, students and musicians from Marathon to Kenora as well as to the City of Thunder Bay. It is the largest collection of musical scores, resource material and recordings between Toronto and Winnipeg. From the original legacy of the […]