Hi, we're Muse Collective
We are a community group dedicated to creating safe(r) spaces for women in the Ottawa music scene.
What does that look like?
Organizing concerts, talks and other events to support women in music
Providing a space for emerging artists to try things out and develop their craft
Creating opportunities for mentorship
Celebrating a diversity of women’s voices and experiences
Showcasing local music
If you’d like to get involved we would love to hear from you.
(We have a contact form below or you can reach us directly at info(a)musecollective.ca
Muse Collective Monthly Open Mic
Thursday February 22, 2017
This month's featured artist is soulful chanteuse, The Sophistocrats.
Check out her take on Carole King's "It's Too Late" here
The Tea Party Cafe - 119 York St in the Byward Market
Calling women and girl musicians! Come by the Tea Party Café and share your creativity Thursday, November 23 at the Muse Collective monthly Open Mic.
This monthly event is a chance for women and girl musicians to connect and share their work, though all are welcome to attend and participate.
Sign-up at 6:30pm
Music starts at 7pm
Featured artist closes out the evening with a set at 8:30pm
Thanks to the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition Junos Microgrant program we hit the ground running with our first event The Canadian Women's Songbook: Women in the JUNOs, a Song Circle and Artist Talk with Lynn Miles on
Sunday, March 5th, 2017. The event showcased six fantastic local artists including Julie Corrigan, Malak, Scary Bear Soundtrack, Crystalena Paquette, Lucila Al Mar and King Kimbit. They're great. You should give them a listen.
Thank you to Taylor McQuaig for interviewing Muse Collective in Ottawa Beat You can read it here.
Thank you to firebrand musician, photographer and writer Terry Steeves for the review of the Canadian Women's Songbook for Apt613. You can read it here.
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