Celebrating Tom Cochrane's influence and impact
A night of celebration will recognize Tom Cochrane for his leadership, impact and inspiration, both as a musician and humanitarian.
From left to right: World Vison Canada President, Michael Messenger, World Vision Canada Chief Marketing & Development, Lara Dewar, Tom Cochrane, Starseed Entertainment, Shannon McNevan
A night of celebration will recognize Tom Cochrane for his leadership, impact and inspiration, both as a musician and humanitarian. As Cochrane celebrates the 25th anniversary of his hit album Mad, Mad World, it is also a chance to commemorate his hit song Life is a Highway, which was inspired by his work with World Vision.
This evening is an opportunity to celebrate his impact and express gratitude to Cochrane. He will be honoured by World Vision for his contribution to the humanitarian sector, and there will be a premier screening of 25 Years on The Highway, a documentary on Cochrane's humanitarian work. This will be followed by a performance of Cochrane's songs.
Presentations (including 25 Years on The Highway, a documentary) celebrating Tom Cochrane's music and humanitarian impact, Cochrane accepting an award of gratitude from World Vision, a performance of Cochrane's songs, an audience of more than 200 guests.
Monday, October 24, 2016
Agenda (schedule may change slightly):
Reception 7p.m. – 8p.m.
Documentary screening 8p.m.-8:30p.m.
Presentation honouring Cochrane: 8:30p.m.
Performance celebrating Cochrane's music 8:45p.m.-9:15p.m.
The Fermenting Cellar; 28 Distillery Lane, Toronto
INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE: Tom Cochrane
Lara Dewar, Chief Marketing & Development Officer, World Vision