Welcome to the Bluesfest School of Music and Art (BSOMA). We are dedicated to supporting cultural development within the greater Ottawa community by creating opportunities through education that will allow students to discover, explore and deepen a relationship with the arts. BSOMA is operated by Ottawa Bluesfest and Dovercourt Recreation Association. Throughout the year, we offer group classes and workshops, special events, camps, private and semi-private lessons and concerts for all ages.
Summer & Fall 2016 Flyer
Summer Camp Registration is OPEN!
Click on the Find a Camp button for information on our Rock University, Ukulele, Musical Theatre, DJ and Stage and Sound Camps. Spaces fill quickly, so register now!
Finding and Registering for a program:
To find a BSOMA class or workshop, click on "FIND A PROGRAM" at the top of this page or the blue sidebar button. This will take you to our program search page. From here, simply enter part of the program name (eg harmonica) you're looking for, and all your BSOMA Harmonica classes will be displayed. Or, select Bluesfest School of Music and Art from the Main Categories drop down, to browse all programs.
If you don't have one already, you will be required to set up your personal account, which you can do in the LOG IN pages.
If you have any difficulties at all with registering, please contact us at BSOMA or at Dovercourt Recreation Cetnre.
Monday – Friday: 2pm-9pm
450 Churchill Avenue North Ottawa, ON K1Z 5E2, 2 blocks south of Richmond Road.
Please access the school via our Ravenhill Ave entrance.
General Inquiries and Private Lesson bookings: email@example.com
BSOMA Phone: 613-627-2762
Phone registrations and inquiries during non-operational hours can be made at Dovercourt Recreation Centre 613-798-8950 ex.0
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Board of Directors:
Geoff Cass (Dovercourt Recreation Centre)
Kate Ritchie - Manager, Bluesfest School of Music & Art
The Bluesfest School of Music and Art would like to acknowledge the contribution and support we have received from the former Westboro United Church Council. In recognition, the hall in which the school is housed has been named the Kitchissippi Community Hall.