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The Brooks Music Festival Association was founded in 1995. From the outset it has served to present an annual festival and to encourage the promotion, advancement and appreciation of the performing arts in Brooks and surrounding communities. We offer a variety of disciplines including Band, Strings, Piano, Choral Singing, Vocal Solos and ensembles, Choral and Solo Speech and Guitar.
Our Festival is non-competitive. We hire qualified adjudicators who, like guest teachers in a master class setting, give positive feedback to the performers, and encourage them to be the best they can be. All performers are welcome, regardless of their ages and stages of expertise.
Brooks Music Festival
The Brooks Music Festival Association is a not-for-profit organtization that relies heavily on donations, grants and volunteers. All donations are greatly appreciated and any donation $20 and over will be given a tax receipt.
Donations can be mailed to:
Brooks Music Festival Association
Donations can also be given in person at any BMFA event or concert :)
If you would like to help volunteer during the festival please contact Joanne Dyck at 403-378-4934.
Finale concerts will be held on
Tuesday April 4th
and Wednesday April 5th
at 7:00 pm
at Griffin Park School
Come check out some of the amazing local talent displayed during the 2017 Brooks Music Festival. These concerts will showcase piano, vocal, musical theatre, choirs, choral speech, strings, and much more!
2017 Provincial Reccomendations
Music Composition 16 & Under
Music Composition 19 & Over
Solo Speech 12 & Under
Solo Strings 18 & Under
Provincial National String Solo
Vocal Solo Boys 12 & Under
Musical Theatre Ballad 12 & Under
Musical Theatre Ballad 16 & Under
Vocal Solo 16 & Under
Musical Theatre Up-tempo 12 & Under
Vocal Solo Girls 12 & Under
Vocal Solo 15 & Under
Musical Theatre Up-Tempo 16 & Under
Congratulations also to the Rosemary Concert Choir, recommended at the Medicine Hat Rotary Festival.