Music, Music, Music

I’m back at school now, but what a great summer of music in Toronto (mostly, I did make it a little farther afield occasionally). Over the summer I played with far too many great musicians to mention but some highlights were the Dave Young Quintet, Hilario Duran at the Jazz Bistro, my Trio Mondays series at Emmet Ray, Sax Summit TNG at the Rex and wrapping up with a recording session for the wonderful Diana Panton with Don Thompson and...

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Bill Dwyer Memorial Scholarship

My father, Bill Dwyer, passed away in 1999 at the age of 61. Among the many things he left me with were the love of music, and strong sense of social justice, and the tools to acquit myself relatively well in a verbal joust (helpful in law school). When I moved back to the Vancouver Island in 2004 I, along with my family, put a lot of effort into establishing a perpetual scholarship called the Bill Dwyer Memorial. The scholarship fund is...

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