Road to Recovery – End of the Road Celebration!

We invite you to celebrate our success!

Thank you for supporting our Road to Recovery campaign.

Last year, The Canadian Music Therapy Fund launched a year-long campaign to help people recover from the immense mental health challenges our communities are experiencing. With your help, we reached our goal of 150K! Projects were funded in Grande Prairie, Halifax, and through our Music Therapy Centre in Toronto.


March 30th, 2023


Doors at 8:30
Show at 9:00


The Cameron House

Tickets are free, but a donation would be greatly appreciated.



A trifecta of talent, lemin. is a singer, songwriter and producer hailing from London, Ontario. Blending R&B, Electronic, Soul and Folk, she’s become a unique force in music. Her debut project “hold A” was released in two acts, each representing a post-break-up stage: heartbreak and anger, and acceptance. Triggered by memory of love and loss, lemin.’s prolific on-stage and off-stage presence is no front. She relies on honesty, authenticity, and passion for her craft to convoke her art. Ambiguous as seen on social media, the lyricist has captivated fans from various genres through her blurring of musical forms. Currently residing in Toronto, lemin. is working on her upcoming album.

Dr. Draw & The Strange Parade

Dr. Draw and the Strange Parade is an electric violin band hailing from Toronto, Canada. Led by Dr. Draw, a renowned electric violinist, the band brings together a unique blend of classical training, rock energy, and electronic experimentation. Formed in 2010, the group has released several albums, including their self-titled debut, “Adagio,” and “Going for the Glow.” Their music is a fusion of various genres, including classical, rock, jazz, and world music, and they have become known for their high-energy live performances that incorporate elements of theater and dance.

Dr. Draw, whose real name is Eugene Draw, is a classically trained violinist who began playing at the age of five. He has since expanded his repertoire to include a wide range of styles, from jazz and blues to rock and electronic music. His performances are characterized by his virtuosic playing and his use of loop pedals and other electronic effects to create a full-band sound with just his violin. The rest of the band is made up of talented musicians who bring their own unique backgrounds and influences to the group’s sound. Together, they have built a loyal fanbase in Toronto and beyond, and their music continues to push the boundaries of what is possible with the electric violin.

Sky Walkers featuring music therapist Hannah You

Sky Walkers are Hannah, Nick & Ken (Hanicken J), three friends and colleagues who met through music and working at a children’s hospital in Toronto. A Music Therapist, a Therapeutic Clown, and an In-Hospital Camp Programmer, the group’s first performances were at the bedsides of patient rooms and at a number of memorial services. Playing for children and families is such a privilege, and there’s nothing wrong with Baby Beluga, but sometimes it’s nice to play some more “adult” songs. Coming together to sing and harmonize has become an important part of self-care for these three friends and has resulted in some really fun tunes!