Making a difference through music

Sistema NB has verified the possibility of transformative social change through music and the orchestra.  We have demonstrated that great art is for everyone and that it has the power to improve the lives of children and their families and enhance our society.  We have shown that for children, an orchestra means joy, motivation, discipline, teamwork - that it builds confidence and self-esteem and that it is incredibly fun.

Who wouldn’t want that for even more children!

Recent Blog posts

Emma gives Trayvon a violin lesson

The Moncton Miracles visited with members of the Sistema NB after-school orchestral music program at Queen Elizabeth School on Tuesday, December 9th. All-star forward Trayvon Lathan receives some violin tips from Emma Boudreau. Lathan and the Miracles host the Saint John Mill Rats on Friday,... Read more

Still places available as Sistema starts its second musical year

Children in Grades one and two at Andover Elementary School had the opportunity to try several instruments when Sistema representatives Dave Halpine, not seen, as well as Emmanuel Ortega, left, and Monica Dube, right, visited on Sept. 11. There are still spots available in the daily orchestral... Read more

They've got rhythm!

Three members of the Moncton Miracles visited with children involved with the after-school Sistema group and Queen Elizabeth school. Here, Trayvon Lathan, Daquan Brooks and Dwayne Smith pose for a photo with Tony Delgado, strings/music director and conductor. PHOTO: RON WARD TIMES & TRANSCRIPT... Read more