CFCR Cultural Showcase - Call for Performers!


Nov 8, 2021

CFCR Saskatoon Community Radio, in partnership with the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, is now accepting applications for performers for the second annual CFCR Multicultural Online Event!

We are looking for music, dance, or cultural performances in all languages and in any genre! We will be accepting 6 groups or solo performers, and there will be an honorarium for each group selected to perform. 
 
Please click HERE to fill out our short application. Please share this post with anyone you think might be interested in this opportunity. The deadline to apply is Friday, November 26th, 2021 at 6pm.
 
We will be recording performances at a closed venue (the Capitol Music Club), with all necessary safety precautions in place. All performers and event staff must be double vaccinated and masks are mandatory (outside of the performance). We will confirm the performer's status before acceptance to the event.

If your application is accepted, you must be available Monday, December 13th and available between 3pm - 9pm (you won't need to be there the whole time, we will schedule you for a timeslot but please keep that time open). This will be a one-take session, with a sound and camera person provided by CFCR. We will launch/premiere the presentation online in January 2022!
 
If you have any questions, contact volunteers@cfcr.ca for more information.
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