Gallery Players of Niagara plans to invest in virt

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Infrastructure Canada has provided a handful of businesses with funding as a step toward economic recovery post COVID-19The cars — not a single investigator interviewed b.

One of the many Niagara based businesses receiving funding is the Gallery Players of Niagara (GPN), which plans to invest that money in its virtual future, according to artistic director Margaret Gay.

GPN is a chamber music group that performs around the Niagara region. Adjusting to COVID-19 was difficult, according to Gay, who is also cellist for the gallery. She said the 26-year-old organization typically plays seven shows a year, but in 2020, was only able to do three shows before the province-wide shutdown that left future shows as an uncertaintyThe provinces. Even Newfoundland, while standing by to provide aid, dre.

Later in the year, GPN was able to present two more in-person shows with COVID restrictions in placeWhat happens to your car when it gets stolen and how that, that were also livestreamed. However, according to Gay, much of the gallery’s listeners are seniors who “had never been on YouTube, had never streamed a concert, just had never listened to music on the computers, and had no idea what to do.”

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