schulich school of music

McGill University is proud to present the degree of doctor honoris causa to a great name on the Quebec cultural scene, Maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

Classified as: McGill University, schulich school of music, honorary doctorate, society and culture, yannick nézet-séguin
Published on: 13 Apr 2017

"Prince, the superstar American singer-songwriter known for his incredible musicianship, diverse appeal across multiple genres and cavalcade of award-winning hits, has died at age 57." (CBC)

Classified as: McGill, schulich school of music, university, Expert, prince, music theory
Published on: 22 Apr 2016

Schulich  organ students  Stephen Boda and Helen Tucker won  first and second prize in the Royal Canadian College of Organists National competition in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in conjunction with the Winnipeg Organ Festival.  They are students of Hans-Ola Ericsson.

Classified as: schulich school of music, whats on, organ
Published on: 13 Jul 2015

Sometimes an artist’s most meaningful projects arise by chance, in everyday interactions, rather than through any grand plan. So, it seems, was the case with the intrepid cellist Matt Haimovitz, whose latest enthusiasm came about in the halls of McGill University, where he has been on the faculty for more than a decade.
Article from the The Boston Globe.

Classified as: music, schulich school of music, cello, Matt Haimovitz
Published on: 13 Jul 2015
Classified as: schulich school of music, Jan Jarczyk
Published on: 6 Aug 2014

Wherever he goes, Baptiste Rodrigues carries with him the memory of his grandparents. In his violin case, he keeps the Legion of Honour awarded to his grandfather, a hero of the Second World War, and a photo of his grandmother, whom he lived with as a teenager.

Classified as: golden violin, schulich school of music
Published on: 30 Nov 2012