Wasn’t that a Party?

February 9, 2009

Thanks to all who attended and made the Cut to the Drummer opening night such a huge success! 60% of the art sold in the first two hours. There is still a lot of terrific art available for sale, and some of the artists have agreed to produce limited edition prints of their work. Check out the Show Gallery for details.




February 2, 2009



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Cut to the Drummer is an Art show and Drumming Event in support of F.U.M.S. for the MS Society of Canada Scholarship Program. It is the fourth public art show mounted byThe Bepo + Mimi Project, a Toronto-based organization that promotes the value of illustration as an art form. It is supported by Joint Design Advocacy, a Canadian group that facilitates and supports great design thinking in Canada

Cut To The Drummer would not be possible without the generosity and support of Warner Music Canada, Steam Whistle Brewing, RixMedia and all our other sponsors.



Thanks Q107!

February 2, 2009

Thanks Q107 for a whole weekend of promotion!

We lost count of the mentions, but after the “Skin Beaters” tribute from Friday to Sunday there can not be anyone in Toronto’s classic rock community who hasn’t heard about Cut to the Drummer.



Look Who’s Talking.

January 30, 2009

We’re getting serious mentions on Q107 and The Edge 102.

Also, all this week check out what they’re saying about us at the Toronto Sun, Metro News, The Toronto Star, the Globe & Mail and the National Post! The interviews are done, the articles are coming and hitting the stands. Check back for more links.

Shout Out

January 30, 2009

To MySpace, for being so cool!logo_myspace_com_ca5


January 30, 2009

Thanks go out to Entripy Custom Clothing for generously supplying the event T’s!


Art Preview

January 30, 2009

If you’re coming to the Gala, and thinking about investing in some awesome original art, you can get a preview (here) at the Bepo + Mimi web site.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at the show!

Alan Cross talks drums.

January 28, 2009

Listen to illustrator, Cut to the Drummer artist and Bepo + Mimi stalwart Julia Breckenreid speakingwith Alan Cross (Canada’s de facto expert on the Ongoing History of New Music) about the art of the drummer.


Scott Russell is in!

January 6, 2009

Direct from Montreal, the highly accomplished Scott Russell will perform on the Cajon (look it up, it’s really cool!) at the opening Gala and Art Auction.

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Archie Alleyne is in!

December 20, 2008

Local jazz legend Archie Alleyne (featured in the show) has signed on to perform at the Opening Gala and Art Auction. Archie will play with Toronto guitarist Jesse Barksdale and a bass player to be named at a later date.

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