Vocals 101 with Kind Space
Nov
24
1:00 PM13:00

Vocals 101 with Kind Space

Girls+ Rock Ottawa Vocal 101 workshop takes place in partnership with Kind Space, providing folks within the LGBTQ+ galaxy the opportunity to amplify their voices – literally!

If you can sing in the car or in the shower, you can (and should) sing! This three hour vocal workshop will teach some vocal and ear-training basics! It will go through some of the science behind vocals, some warm-up and practice techniques, and put it all together with a song at the end. Leave with tools that, with practice, will help to increase vocal ability, musical ear, and confidence!

Only 10 spots available, register now to reserve your spot!

 

Saturday, November 24, 2018, 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Kind Space (222 Somerset St. W., Suite 404)

 

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Jam it out!
Dec
15
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Pantayo show & workshop
Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

Pantayo show & workshop

Girls+ Rock Ottawa presents Live Show & Percussion Workshop with Pantayo

with special guest TBA!

NOVEMBER 17TH 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (5B Fairmont Ave) - located behind 5 Fairmont, head into the parking lot, and look for black garage with red door.

PERCUSSION WORKSHOP with Pantayo:

7PM-8PM
ALL AGES
tickets available via sliding scale $10-$50
only 15 spots available!

LIVE SHOW:

8:30PM-10:30PM
LICENSED / ALL AGES
tickets $12 + service fees / $15 at doors

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Pantayo is an all-women lo-fi R&B gong punk collective based in Toronto. Combining percussive metallophones and drums from kulintang traditions of Southern Philippines and synth-based electro grooves, they represent an exciting mix of tradition and innovation.

Pantayo has been involved in notable projects including performances at Canada150, The Music Gallery's X Avant Festival, Wavelength Festival, and a collaboration with YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN for the Severed video game soundtrack (Drinkbox Studios, 2016). 

The band has been featured in Noisey (2016), CBC Music for International Women’s Day 2017, a cover story in Musicworks Magazine in Summer/Fall 2017, and was listed in Now Magazine as Toronto musicians to watch in 2018: Indie Edition. 



Accessibility:
General Assembly is wheelchair accessible, washrooms are accessible and gender-neutral.

Codes of Conduct: 
All attendants are expected to treat one another with respect. There will be no tolerance for any violent or oppressive behaviour, including but not limited to: racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and ableism. 

The organizers would like to acknowledge that this event will take place on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin territory.

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Jam it out!
Nov
17
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Songwriting 101 with the Ottawa Public Library
Nov
17
1:00 PM13:00

Songwriting 101 with the Ottawa Public Library

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We’ve teamed up with the Ottawa Public Library to provide our workshops all over the city!
Check out biblioottawalibrary.ca/en to find more info under “Programs and Events”!

Anybody can write a song. Hard to believe? We know. But with the right tools you too can set your inner songbird free! Girls+Rock Ottawa presents Songwriting 101, a workshop designed for beginner/intermediate artists, musicians, and storytellers seeking to challenge their perspective of songwriting in an open and collaborative environment.

The Songwriting 101 Workshop will provide you with an overview of: Beginner music theory and composition, developing a creative process, the relationship between personal well-being and songwriting, maintaining and sustaining your songwriting skills, the importance of collaboration and more!

Receive a Songwriting Toolkit that includes: Steps that outline how to start, finish, and demo a song, songwriting challenges and exercises, tips for co-writing and a guide to ‘song splits’, and recommended resources.

Registration required. Open to everyone ages 13 and up.

Language
English

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Initiation à l’organisation d’un concert avec la Bibliothèque public d'Ottawa
Nov
10
1:30 PM13:30

Initiation à l’organisation d’un concert avec la Bibliothèque public d'Ottawa

Initiation à l’organisation d’un concert

 

Il n’y a pas qu’en étant musicien que vous pouvez contribuer à l’industrie de la musique! La musique vous passionne? Vous avez à cœur d’appuyer les artistes? Vous brûlez d’envie d’avoir une scène où vous pourrez mettre de l’avant la musique que vous aimez? Nous avons l’atelier qu’il vous faut! Girls+ Rock Ottawa, en partenariat avec Debaser, présente Initiation à l’organisation d’un concert.

  Cet atelier abordera les points suivants :

● Comment organiser votre premier concert

● Comment faire d’un concert un franc succès

● Comment établir un budget

● Comment choisir vos artistes et votre programme

● Comment présenter une offre et négocier avec les artistes et les agents  

Vous recevrez une trousse d’organisation de concert comprenant ce qui suit :

○ Les étapes à suivre pour organiser, gérer et promouvoir un concert

○ Une liste de lieux et de groupes de musique locaux

○ Les façons de créer un environnement sécuritaire et inclusif

Le nombre de participants est limité à 12 personnes de 13 ans et plus, alors inscrivez-vous vite!

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Rock Camp for Girls+
Nov
2
to Nov 4

Rock Camp for Girls+

Rock Camp for Girls+ is a weekend-long camp where girls, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit and gender non-conforming folk aged 13-18 learn an instrument, form a band and perform a song at a music showcase in front of family and friends! 

Campers have the opportunity to learn the guitar, bass, drums or keyboards. Musical experience and instruments are not needed to participate in Rock Camp for Girls+!

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Vocals 101 with Kind Space
Oct
27
1:00 PM13:00

Vocals 101 with Kind Space

Girls+ Rock Ottawa Vocal 101 workshop takes place in partnership with Kind Space, providing folks within the LGBTQ+ galaxy the opportunity to amplify their voices – literally!

If you can sing in the car or in the shower, you can (and should) sing! This three hour vocal workshop will teach some vocal and ear-training basics! It will go through some of the science behind vocals, some warm-up and practice techniques, and put it all together with a song at the end. Leave with tools that, with practice, will help to increase vocal ability, musical ear, and confidence!

Only 10 spots available, register now to reserve your spot!

 

Saturday, October 27, 2018, 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Kind Space (222 Somerset St. W., Suite 404)

 

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Jam it out!
Oct
20
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Vocals 101 with the Ottawa Public Library
Oct
5
1:00 PM13:00

Vocals 101 with the Ottawa Public Library

We’ve teamed up with the Ottawa Public Library to provide our workshops all over the city, starting with Vocals 101 this Friday at the Ruth E. Dickinson branch! 

Check out biblioottawalibrary.ca/en to find more info under “Programs and Events”!

If you can sing in the car or in the shower, you can (and should) sing! Join us for a three-hour vocal workshop on October 5th to learn some vocal and ear-training basics! 

We’ll go through some of the science behind vocals, some warm-up and practice techniques, and put it all together with a song at the end. Leave with tools that, with practice, will help to increase vocal ability, musical ear, and confidence! 

Come out and have some fun while picking up some tips to help you nail your next karaoke performance!

This workshop is perfect if: 
- You want to gain confidence to sing in public (whether that be in a car with friends, at karaoke or in a band); 
- You want to have a better understanding of the singing voice & vocal mechanism; 
- You want to learn warm-up techniques as well as ear training exercises and the reasoning behind them; 
- You want to practice in a small group setting where everyone is working on the same things; and 
- You want to have fun! :) 

Open to everyone ages 12 and up

Language
English

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Vocals 101 with Kind Space
Sep
29
1:00 PM13:00

Vocals 101 with Kind Space

Girls+ Rock Ottawa Vocal 101 workshop takes place in partnership with Kind Space, providing folks within the LGBTQ+ galaxy the opportunity to amplify their voices – literally!

If you can sing in the car or in the shower, you can (and should) sing! This three hour vocal workshop will teach some vocal and ear-training basics! It will go through some of the science behind vocals, some warm-up and practice techniques, and put it all together with a song at the end. Leave with tools that, with practice, will help to increase vocal ability, musical ear, and confidence!

Only 10 spots available, register now to reserve your spot!

 

Saturday, September 29, 2018, 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Kind Space (222 Somerset St. W., Suite 404)

 

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Songwriting 101
Sep
22
1:00 PM13:00

Songwriting 101

Anybody can write a song. Hard to believe? We know. But with the right tools you too can set your inner songbird free!

Girls+Rock Ottawa presents Songwriting 101, a workshop designed for beginner/intermediate artists, musicians, and storytellers seeking to challenge their perspective of songwriting in an open and collaborative environment.

The Songwriting 101 Workshop will provide you with an overview of:

  • Beginner music theory and composition

  • Developing a creative process

  • The relationship between personal wellbeing and songwriting

  • Maintaining and sustaining your songwriting skills

  • The importance of collaboration

  • Technology - making your first demo

  • Where songwriters fit into today’s DIY industry

 

Receive a Songwriting Toolkit that includes:

  • Steps that outline how to start, finish, and demo a song

  • Songwriting challenges and exercises

  • Tips for co-writing and a guide to ‘song splits’

  • Recommended resources

 

Instructor:

Grace Marr

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Born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Grace Marr is a singer and songwriter recognized for her RnB/Pop melodies and vibrant stage presence. Described as ‘Daniel Caesar and Joss Stone going out for coffee’, Grace has fallen in love with not only music but the magic of connecting with a room full of strangers. She has shared her music on stages such as RBC Bluesfest (Youth Ottawa - The Road To Bluesfest), CityFolk’s Marvest, and MEGAPHONO. She has also completed Royal Conservatory of Music certificates in Advanced Theory and Voice Level 8. Grace recently participated in the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition 6-week Emerging Artist Program and has also completed two songwriting programs in 2017 led by renowned publishing and music executive Judy Stakee (Sheryl Crow, Gavin DeGraw, Katy Perry). Grace hopes to further encourage creativity and collaboration among emerging artists, musicians, and songwriters by establishing safe spaces and sharing new perspectives on songwriting. She believes that with the right tools, anybody can write a song.

 

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Bystander Intervention for Show-Goers
Sep
20
7:00 PM19:00

Bystander Intervention for Show-Goers

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In this bystander intervention workshop, you will learn everything you need to know to safely intervene and de-escalate a risky situation: from learning about the risk factors involved in sexual violence at shows and identifying situations that needs your help, to simple non-confrontational strategies on how to intervene. In this interactive workshop, we will also talk about challenging our own implicit biases, such as racism and ableism to better support members of our music community. Finally, we will have an opportunity to work through common scenarios to practice our bystander intervention skills and be ready to use our skills in our day-to-day lives.

About Project SoundCheck:

Project SoundCheck is a sexual harassment and assault prevention initiative. It is a joint creation of the Sexual Assault Network and the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women. We want to bring our festivals, venues, and community together to challenge bystander apathy; the tendency to ignore incidents of sexual harassment and assault in large group situations where people feel less responsibility for others or assume another person will intervene.

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Jam it out!
Sep
15
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Jul
21
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Jun
16
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Gig Planning 101
May
27
1:00 PM13:00

Gig Planning 101

There are many ways to be involved in music other than being a musician!

If you are passionate about music and supporting artists, and are yearning to have a platform to showcase music you love, we have the perfect workshop for you! Girls+ Rock Ottawa presents Gig Planning 101 in partnership with Debaser.

 

The Gig Planning 101 Workshop will provide you with an overview of:

  • How to organize your first show
  • What it takes to put on a successful show
  • How to budget for fees and expenses
  • Considerations for curating your lineup and putting together a program
  • How to create an offer, and negotiate with artists and agents

 

Receive a Gig Planning Toolkit that includes:

  • Steps that outline how to book, manage and promote a show
  • Lists of venues and local bands
  • Considerations for creating a safer and inclusive space

Facilitated by Rachel Weldon and Amanda Lowe Warnakulasuriya, two experienced local promoters who put together some of the the freshest lineups in town.

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Jam it out!
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Apr
21
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Vocals 101 Workshop
Apr
14
1:00 PM13:00

Vocals 101 Workshop

If you can sing in the car or in the shower, you can (and should) sing!

Join us for a workshop to learn vocal and ear-training basics! We’ll go through some of the science behind the instrument, warm-up and practice techniques, and put it all together in a song at the end. Come out and have some fun while picking up some tips to help you nail your next karaoke performance!

Only 10 spots available, register now to reserve your spot!

 

Saturday, April 14, 2018, 1:00 - 3:00 PM

The Art House Café (555 Somerset St. W.)

 

Cost:

Workshop: $30

Workshop and Girls+ Rock Ottawa t-shirt: $50

Workshop and Girls+ Rock Ottawa crewneck sweater: $60

(Merch can be picked up on the day of the workshop.)

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Jam it out!
Mar
17
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Feb
17
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+) ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Jan
27
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to girls, women, femmes, non-binary, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming folk (GWFNB2SGNC+)  ages 13+.

Males are welcome to participate if they are members of a band in which (GWFNB2SGNC+)  play a significant role.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Dec
16
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to self-identified girls and women and those who identify as non-binary ages 13+.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Nov
18
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to self-identified girls and women and those who identify as non-binary ages 13+.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Oct
21
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to self-identified girls and women and those who identify as non-binary ages 13+.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Sep
23
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

ALUMNAE DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to self-identified girls and women and those who identify as non-binary ages 13+.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

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Jam it out!
Aug
19
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

ALUMNAE DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to self-identified girls and women and those who identify as non-binary ages 13+.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

 

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Jam it out!
Jul
22
1:00 PM13:00

Jam it out!

ALUMNAE DROP IN JAM SESSIONS

In order to support our alumnae and their journeys of rock as well as those interested in jamming out or practicing, we are pleased to offer PWYC/by donation drop in, self-directed rehearsal time at our favourite jam zone, Capital Rehearsal Studios. A registered participant can practice on her own, with her  band, or we can match lone girls looking to jam with new bandmates on a case-by-case basis.

The sessions take place once a month on the third Saturday between 1PM and 5PM (unless otherwise noted). One hour slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that these are self-directed sessions and not lessons. A Girls+ Rock Ottawa volunteer will be on site to help you get set up and for general questions but is not responsible for providing any guided content or lessons.

ELIGIBILITY

These sessions are open to self-identified girls and women and those who identify as non-binary ages 13+.

Entry to our Jam Sessions is Pay-What-You-Can/by donation so if you can donate to us, please do!

 

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