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The Canadian Society for Traditional Music is dedicated to the study and

promotion of musical traditions of all communities and cultures, in all their

aspects. The scope of the Society's activities is intended to reflect the

interests of all its members, including ethnomusicologists, folklorists,

performers, music enthusiasts, and the music community at large.



    



Formed in 1956 as the Canadian Folk Music Society by the eminent

ethnographer and folklorist Marius Barbeau, the Society provides a

national focus for lovers of diverse musical traditions, with annual

conferences held in all regions of the country, from St. John's,

Newfoundland, to Vancouver Island, British Columbia. From its initial focus

upon First Nations and rural French and English cultures, the Society has

broadened its horizons to encompass musical expressions found

throughout Canada and the world.




Download our brochure for details about the CSTM
and membership information: English

The constitution is available here (Word file) / Notre constitution est ici.

Contact CSTM for more information or assistance.

Address:
CSTM/SCTM c/o folkwaysAlive!
3-47 Old Arts Bldg.
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2E6

Administrative support is provided by folkwaysAlive!, University of Alberta
in partnership with Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

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