National Music Centre Calgary (Studio Bell) | Downtown Calgary tourist spots

National Music Centre Calgary (Studio Bell) | Downtown Calgary tourist spots


Welcome back to another episode of Traveling
with Krushworth. And LilLizzy, where are we today? Well, today, we’re at the National Music
Centre downtown Calgary. And we are having a lot of fun. Alright, but with that, we’ll say goodbye. Alright, bye bye. And we’ll see you soon. See you later. The centre’s state of the art Studio Bell opened July 2016, and tells the story of Canada’s
music heritage. As the East Village rejuvenates, this building
and museum lies at its restored heart. Start at the Studio Bell concert hall and
with us as your guides Wind your way up the levels, featuring items
from Music legends, playable instruments and
interpretive exhibits. Don’t miss a performance of the 1924 Kimball
Theatre Organ. Today, it’s one of 10 remaining in Canada,
and it reflects Back when organ players were one person
orchestras for silent films. When visiting the National Music Centre, we especially Liked a temporary exhibit on the great k.d
lang, particularly Due to the vast selection of her costumes
the centre had on display. Other exhibits featured Tom Cochrane, and
a myriad of His awards, and the piano Sarah McLachlan
used at Lilith Fair, A famed festival for female performers in
the late 1990s. Some of these exhibits are now closed, but
this only means They will be replaced by something different,
proving the Museum has the opportunity to grow and change
with the music. For Calgarians, the centre acts as a community
staple, A venue for up and coming concerts and events, As well as a national institution to celebrate
music As it continues through the decades. We’re sure to return for the
performance schedule, And for future exhibits as they showcase the
songs that Bind us together, change our views on the world And tell us what it means to be alive. When visiting the city, the National Music Centre is
a must Visit destination into the musical traditions
that make Canadians proud, but also those that help
shape the entire country’s culture. Thank you for watching this National Music
Centre episode of Traveling with Krushworth. To follow us to the Lougheed House and the
Calgary Zoo, click the link on the right. Or, if you’d like to visit Writing-on-Stone,
click the video on the left. If you enjoyed the video, make sure you like it And don’t forget to subscribe to my channel. Thanks for watching and see you next time.

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