The Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta presents OnStage, a program offering professional feedback to artists on their live performance skills with the intent of increasing their opportunities to tour in Alberta.

OnStage sessions are held annually in various Alberta locations between January 1st and April 1st!

2020 Dates and Locations are listed below.

Artist Registration

Artists interested in participating in the OnStage program can register online for the date and location that best suits them. However, space is limited and on first-come-first-serve basis, so register early to secure your OnStage Pass.

OnStage Schedule

OnStage is a full day workshop geared for Professional Development for Touring Artists. Each workshop follows a basic schedule and general structure with room for details specific to each date and location.

OnStage Locations

Each of the OnStage host locations has something unique to offer artists and audiences. Need to know where to go? We’ve got the address, directions, and a little bit more.

OnStage: Professional Development for Touring Artists

The Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta presents OnStage, a program offering professional feedback to artists on their live performance skills with the intent of increasing their opportunities to tour in Alberta. OnStage sessions are held in Various Alberta Locations from January 1st to April 1st!

2020 Dates and Locations:

Calgary – January 26, 2020
Festival Hall – 1215 – 10 Avenue SE, Calgary
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
$28.00 (Lunch and applicable fees included)

Spruce Grove – February 2, 2020

Horizon Stage – 1001 Calahoo Road, Spruce Grove
10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
$28.00 (Lunch and applicable fees included)

Registration Deadline:  January 29, 2020
 

OnStage gives musicians, singers, and performing groups an opportunity to meet with a panel of professional musicians and community presenters who are all familiar with the Alberta Showcase Conference where 300+ delegates come together to hear over 30 artists perform and to be considered for bookings in Alberta.  OnStage participants present a 15-minute performance then get feedback from each of the panelists. The panel will react to the performance, critique promotional materials, and can also recommend future directions for artists.

The Arts Touring Alliance represents artists and presenters from across the province. Its programs promote and nurture arts touring, provide networking opportunities and access to professional development, which is made possible thanks to our funders:

Government of Alberta and Government of Canada.