Years in Current
Andrew Mosker is the President and CEO of the National Music Centre (NMC), a national cultural organization located at Studio Bell in Calgary’s East Village, and is the home for music in Canada.
Born in Toronto and raised in Montreal, his education includes a Bachelor’s degree in history, Performance degree in piano and a Masters degree in musicology. Andrew has been pursuing a life and career in music for well over 25 years. Calgary has been his home for over 18 years, and during this time Andrew guided the development of multiple music preservation and public programs that ultimately led to the creation of NMC. Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre opened in July 2016, and preserves and celebrates Canada’s music story to inspire a new generation of music lovers through programming that includes on-site and outreach education programs, performances, artist incubation, and exhibitions.
"Calgary is fertile ground for business innovators with an appetite for risk. With NMC’s opening in 2016, Calgary will accelerate its evolution into a year-round hub for music recognized across Canada and the world."
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