‘A Song, A City’ was created in 2013 as a music movement that toured across the UK & Europe, raising awareness for Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus,
‘A Song, A City’ is designed as a vehicle of music and art to raise awareness as well as empower and amplify voices for the stories around the world, that often go unheard.
‘A Song, A City’ continues to work alongside people around the world, using the power of music, and a song, to tell a story, build confidence, communicate a message, and amplify voices through the power of music, and art.
Danny Lamb was 12 years old when he stepped onto a stage for the first time to sing with the Niagara Symphony at Brock University in St. Catharines, ON.
It was in that moment, as the Symphony started to play that the sound, vibrations, and frequencies moved through the wood of the stage and up his spine. It was then that he felt the power that music had to connect people to themselves, their community, and the world.
It was through a simple song, his musical endeavours, and working with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Associations locally and globally ; two conditions that he lives with, that Danny discovered his love for using music to create a positive change in peoples lives.
Danny Lamb, through his efforts, has been featured on the BBC, CTV, CHCH, and published in Canadian Music Magazine, Local News Papers across the UK/Europe, Current Magazine (Hydrocephalus Canada), Niagara Life, he’s used his voice as an Ambassador of Hydrocephalus Canada across the country, while also working with the International Federation of Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus, attending conferences, and delivering music based workshops in Kampala, Uganda, Nairobi, Kenya, Stockholm, Sweden, and Izmir, Turkey.
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