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Born in Montreal, Quebec, Gino Vannelli is one of three sons. As a child, Gino's greatest passion was music, and he began playing percussion at an early age. By the age of 15, Gino began writing songs. Just out of high school, he signed his first recording contract with RCA and went on to study music at McGill University.
This quote summarizes the man in a nutshell; One Thursday afternoon at Place Des Arts, I remember hearing the Montreal Symphony playing “Daphne and Chloe” by Maurice Ravel. I walked away shaking my head, muttering to myself, ‘What was that!? I was so deeply moved—bewildered by the sounds I had just heard. It was the moment I discovered to what heights music could draw a man’s soul.”
Gino Vannelli stirs the soul with his voice, his music, and most importantly, his life philosophy and his sincere and gentle demeanour.
Join us this evening as we learn more about the man behind the music, share valuable life lessons, and of course, enjoy great musical performances. This episode will be available On Demand for you to listen to at your leisure if you are unable to join us live.
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