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Andrew Mosker

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A musician, music champion, and industry builder,  Andrew Mosker is the founding President & CEO of Canada’s National Music Centre, which he helped to create, build, and launch over the course of his 25-years with the organization. National Music Centre is an education-focused charitable organization and museum that is home to four of Canada’s music halls of fame, numerous historic collections of musical artifacts, and the King Eddy live music venue. It also offers a wide array of public programming, artist development and youth education programs, as well as special events within its facility at Studio Bell in the heart of Calgary’s East Village neighbourhood. Mosker is also a driving force behind establishing more music-friendly cities in Alberta as the chair and co-founder of West Anthem (formerly known as the Alberta Music Cities Initiative). Based in Alberta for nearly 30 years, Mosker was born and raised in Montreal, where his love for music and building community began. His early experiences as a promoter and college radio programmer provided the foundation for his life as a music advocate, and he credits late Montreal greats Oscar Peterson and Leonard Cohen as some of his biggest musical inspirations. 


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