Women’s Art Society of Montreal presents

Micheal Martino -Women's Art Society of MontrealTuesday, February 27, 2018
Montreal based musician and composer, Michael Martino
“A Journey Through Music and Life”
from 1:30 to 2:30pm
at the Unitarian Church of Montreal, 5035 de Maisonneuve West
Nonmembers $10. New members welcome – men also.
www.womensartsociety.com or 514-495-3701

Michael Martino is a Montreal based musician who has been captivating audiences since the age of 13. He demonstrates technical virtuosity on the instrument as well as the ability to add a soulful connection to each note. Although he is commonly identified as a rock guitarist, Michael excels in a wide range of styles including Country, Jazz, Blues, Metal and World Music.

He has a great deal of experience performing live shows across North America and has made a couple of television appearances in the process. In 2011 he took part in in the “Montreal Guitar Grand Prix” and won bronze. He is also continuously sought after as a session musician and sideman. His inspirations include guitarists such as Angus Young, Eddie Van Halen, Richie Sambora, B.B King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Brad Paisely, Johnny Hiland, Brent Mason,Tommy Emmanuel, Wes Montgomery and Joe Pass.

He has a formal education in music performance and posses fundamental knowledge on music theory and ear training. Today, Michael takes part in a variety of musical projects. He continues to compose, record, perform and teach.

The Women’s Art Society of Montreal invites you to become a member of our group, where you can connect with like-minded people who enjoy the arts. Events are held bimonthly on Tuesday from September to December then from March to May, from 1:30 to 2:30pm, at the UNITARIAN CHURCH OF MONTREAL, 5035 Boulevard de Maisonneuve West, Montreal, QC H4A 1Y5.
For more information visit: www.womensartsociety.com  or call 514-495-3701.

The Women’s Art Society of Montreal was founded in 1894 by two Montreal women with the goal of integrating women into the art world. With the evolution of women’s rights and the fact that many opportunities and avenues of support are now open to female artists, the WASM has moved with the times. However, the tradition of promoting literary, musical and visual arts among women still remains its primary focus. Since 1998 we have invited men into our membership.

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