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Amanda Todd one of four Canadian women celebrated in musical tribute

The National Arts Center Orchestra is commemorating four Canadian women including Coquitlam cyberbullying victim Amanda Todd.

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Life Reflected reviewed by BBC Music Magazine

Life Reflected is an artistic collaboration commissioned by Canada’s National Arts Centre.

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Vancouver composer translates Amanda Todd’s life into music

“She was so brave. It’s hard to imagine what it would be like to be a child who’s being attacked on all sides, and then have the courage to stand up and tell your own story.”

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ISCM 2017: National Arts Centre Orchestra serves up a multisensory spectacle

The program is both a celebration of our country and an apology for its worst aspects. What could be more Canadian than that?

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Three strategies to make the most of World New Music Days – Vancouver

Although large-scale orchestral music is expensive in this context, there are two full concerts to sample.

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Amanda Todd: Orchestral work tells bullied teen’s story in Vancouver

The story of Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd, who was driven to suicide in 2012 by cyber bullying, harassment and exploitation, is the inspiration for a National Arts Centre Orchestra work slated for a one-night-only performance in Vancouver Thursday.

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