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Piano Class Concert

24Jan201515:00
Tanna Schulich Hall 555 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC, CA

Marina Mdivani, coordinator

McGill String Area Concert

28Jan201518:00
Strathcona Music Building C-201, 555 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1E3, CA

Axel Strauss, coordinator

McGill String Area Concert

21Jan201518:00
Strathcona Music Building Room C-201, 555 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1E3, CA

Axel Strauss, coordinator

"De souffles et de machines" finalist for Grand Prix

The live@CIRMMT concert, "De souffles et de machines" performed by the Quasar saxophone quartet, has been selected as a finalist for a 30th Grand Prix du Counseil des arts de Montréal. 

Published: 20Jan2015

Schulich alumni in the lineup of the 2015-2016 Canadian Opera Company season

Next season look for the participation of several Schulich alumni in different productions at the Canadian Opera Company.  In October 2015 the COC will present the world premiere of Pyramus and Thisbe, written by composer Barbara Monk Feldman.  The work is inspired by the beauty, light, and colour of her native Gaspé Peninsula and is a timeless story of star-crossed lovers. In February 2016 Jordan de Souza will conduct two  performances of the Canadian Opera Company's production of Le Nozze di Figaro.

Published: 20Jan2015

Advanced Jazz Composition Class Concert - F. Lozano, coordinator

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Tanna Schulich Hall 555 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC, CA

Professor Stephen McAdams has received extensive media coverage for his recent research which explores the physiological response to music in two completely different populations

Working with researchers from the Technische Universität Berlin and the University of Montreal, Prof. McAdams compared reactions to various pieces of music from two groups of people: 40 Mbenzélé Pygmies in the Congolese rainforest and 40 Canadians in Montreal. “The emotional diversity of music depends on who we are, what we’ve experienced and who we identify with — that’s the most exciting part of music,” McAdams says.

Further reading can be found in these articles:

Published: 13Jan2015

Lanza named winner of the XIII Tomás Luis de Victoria Prize

Schulich Professor Emeritus Alcides Lanza, pianist, conductor and composer  is the winner of the XIII Prize Tomás Luis de Victoria 2014, offered by the SGAE Foundation in Madrid. This prize recognizes his substantial contribution to the enrichment of the musical life of the Ibero-American people. It also recognizes Lanza's distinguished career as a composer and pedagogue.

Published: 13Jan2015

Order of Canada Appointees

The Schulich School of Music congratulates former Dean of Music, Professor John Grew, alumni Jens Lindemann (BMus’88), and Faculty Advisory Board Member Joan Ivory (BA’54)  on their being named among the 95 newest appointees to the Order of Canada named December 26th, 2014.  The honour, established in 1967 by the Queen, recognizes contributions to Canada; its motto, desiderantes meliorem patriam means "they desire a better country." Appointees are made on the recommendation of an independent advisory council headed by Canada's Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Published: 13Jan2015

Prof. Dominique Labelle featured in the New York Times

Prof. Dominique Labelle's performance in the Philharmonia Baroque’s concert performance of Handel’s “Teseo” at Alice Tully Hall was featured in the New York Times as one of the funniest classical music performances of 2014.

Read more here.

 

Published: 13Jan2015

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