Daniel started piano at the age of 5 in Merriam School of Music. He started off in group lessons but quickly accelerated and moved to private lessons at the age of 7. At the age of 9 he was selected to join the special Enriched Program at Merriam School. He participated in many festivals and exams, achieved gold standing in all his keyfest exams. He won many first place awards in the Rotary, Peel, Kiwanis, and the Chinese Music Festival. He also received many scholarships and awards of excellence in performance. Daniel loves playing Beethoven for his innovation and energy and Liszt for his virtuosity and musicality. He also enjoys playing jazz, ensemble, duet, and accompaniment.
He is 14 years old now and is planning to receive his ARCT diploma level this coming June.
Jo Fallon envisioned and co-founded The Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children in Oakville, Ontario 11 years ago. With a tirelessly committed Board of Directors and fabulous volunteers she has helped to nurture and guide The Lighthouse Program to what it has become today, a vibrant organization serving over a hundred families a year in
the Halton region.
Before moving from the UK to Canada fourteen years ago with her family, she worked in the Editorial Dept of Harpers & Queen Magazine in London Jo became a Canadian citizen four years ago and has travelled extensively across Canada, a country she adores. Her proudest achievement are her two sons Oliver and Alex who blend their strong intellect with grace, insight and immense heart.
Jo lives in Oakville with her two sons
TEDxOakville Curator and Founder, Mark Mulholland, talks with Mayor Rob Burton about TEDxOakville on TVCogeco’s “On The Record” with host Mark Carr. View Video
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Can an Individual in Oakville Really Make a Difference and Change the World?
OAKVILLE – One hundred of Oakville’s most impassioned TEDx enthusiasts will come together on Friday, October 1 for a day of networking and dialogue around the theme Can an Individual in Oakville Really Make a Difference and Change the World? The event will take place at Sheridan College, Trafalgar Campus in MacDonald-Heaslip Hall and will feature an incredible line-up of speakers on topics ranging from innovations in education to health to technology and the arts. Attendees will also have an opportunity to network at an on-site lunch event. The event will be live webcast by Orion and Ustream. Also, people can watch from satellite locations set up in Oakville and elsewhere.
“The combination of a diverse group of speakers and high calibre artistic performers will form a mix that is sure to lead to exciting new ideas” said Mark Mulholland, TEDxOakville founder and organizing committee member. “The event will offer the Oakville community an opportunity to share its passion and ideas with communities in Canada and the world”.
The independently produced event, operated under a license from TED, was organized by community volunteers and is aimed at creating dialogue as well as giving people a forum to share their passions, ideas and experiences. The event is sponsored, to date, by Sheridan College, SB Partners, iBizAcademy.com, Beaver WebHosting.com, Orion, Cameron Tulloch, Big Daddy Kreativ.ca and Mail Chimp.
Speakers and performers include:
Tickets are $25 and includes parking, entrance and lunch. Those who wish to attend can apply at www.TEDxOakville.com
For more information about the event; how to volunteer; how your company can sponsor, visit www.TEDxOakville.com
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http://tedxoakville.com/ 1484 Duncan Road, Oakville, ON, L6J 2R3
Sponsors and Supporters are an important part of TEDxOakville. In fact, we couldn’t do it without your generous support!
Thank you SB Partners for being a Supporting Sponsor for the inaugral TEDxOakville.