music

Spring Fling

25Apr201711:45
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The Spring Fling is The Neuro's annual talent show and open mic event. Come and expose your hidden talents and have a fun loving time. Anyone interested in participating should leave their...

Music ceremony

31May201715:00
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17:00

Join us as we celebrate our 2017 graduates from the Schulich School of Music./students/graduationCategory: Convocation

Beethoven - Passion Romantique

18Apr201718:00
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20:00

Discover Beethoven as you’ve never known him - the man, his work, and the revolutionary time during which he created his best-loved compositions./continuingstudiesCategory: School of Continuing...

Beethoven: Passion romantique, a six-course lecture and concert series

Published: 7Mar2017

The Montreal Chamber Music Festival and PRIZMA, a program of McGill’s School of Continuing Studies, are proud to collaborate for the first time on a special series of lectures and concerts devoted...

Sex, drugs, and rock & roll chemistry in the brain

Published: 8Feb2017

The same brain-chemical system that mediates feelings of pleasure from sex, recreational drugs, and food is also critical to experiencing musical pleasure, according to a study by McGill University...

MUSA/CaPS Speed Mentoring Event

16Feb201717:30
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Wondering about career possibilities and options following your BMus? Inspiration awaits at the CaPS/MUSA Speed Mentoring Event./capsCategory: Career Planning Service (CaPS) Music in the News

Lack of joy from music linked to brain disconnection

Published: 4Jan2017

Have you ever met someone who just wasn’t into music? They may have a condition called specific musical anhedonia, which affects three-to-five per cent of the population....

Don’t scan so close to me

Published: 15Aug2016

What does the 1960s Beatles hit “Girl” have in common with Astor Piazzolla’s evocative tango composition “Libertango”?...

$17 Million to shape the future of music

Published: 3Jun2016

​McGill Newsroom  This significant investment of public and private support will redefine the future of music research in Canada by transforming the way musicians compose, listen and perform music.

Scientists create a new way to categorize music

Published: 10May2016

A team of scientists from McGill University, the University of Cambridge, and Stanford Graduate School of Business developed a new method of coding and categorizing music. They found that people’s...

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