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Tristan Longval-Gagné

Original article from My Scena:

"Originally from Sherbrooke, pianist Tristan Longval-Gagné, fell into the “musical pot” early. In fact, his parents were both musicians and ran a music school in their home. He is now proudly a co-owner and teaches at the school. His first memories are therefore inevitably related to music and to his piano-teaching father, Tristan’s first teacher.

Published: 6 Dec 2017

Soprano Anna-Sophie Neher wins the 2017 Wirth Vocal Prize

After a very exciting final round held on Saturday, December 2nd in Pollack Hall, we are excited to announce that soprano Anna-Sophie Neher is this year’s winner of the Wirth Vocal Prize. Alongside collaborative pianist Esther Gonthier, Anna-Sophie performed works by Mozart, Morlock, Poulenc, Wolf and Rossini to secure the title.

Published: 4 Dec 2017

Schulich students participate in masterclasses with tenor Julian Prégardien

Hosted by the Montreal Bach Festival 2017 and presented at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, two public masterclasses were held November 29th to 30th with acclaimed tenor Julian Prégardien featuring students from le Conservatoire, Université de Montréal and the Schulich School of Music of McGill University.

Voice area chair Stefano Algieri describes:

Published: 1 Dec 2017

Schulich launches new conducting Fellowship

Thanks to an exciting initiative, graduate conducting students at the Schulich School of Music are now eligible to receive a substantial new award – the Hnatyshyn Foundation Christa and Franz-Paul Decker Fellowship in Conducting. L...

Published: 28 Nov 2017

Mark Fewer: Music in the "Now"

(Blog post by Chris Maskell)

Published: 27 Nov 2017

Schulich students and alumni shine at the OSM Manulife Competition

The results of the 2017 OSM Manulife Competition are in!

Published: 27 Nov 2017

A conversation with Simone McIntosh: Life after winning the Wirth Vocal Prize

(A blog post by Digital Ambassador Vanessa Croome)

Photo by Gaetz Photography.

Published: 27 Nov 2017

Moe Touizrar: Sound and Meaning

(Blog post by Chris Maskell)

Published: 20 Nov 2017

In memoriam of Professor Winston Purdy

It is with great sadness that we announce the recent passing of acclaimed faculty member Winston Purdy. Winston has been an Associate Professor of the Voice Faculty at the Schulich School of Music since 1973....

Published: 16 Nov 2017

Nicolas Ellis remporte la Bourse de carrière Fernand-Lindsay d'une valeur de 50 000 $

Article provenant du Ludwig van Montréal.

« Le jeune chef d’orchestre Nicolas Ellis a remporté ce soir la Bourse de carrière Fernand-Lindsay, d’une valeur de 50 000 $, dans une décision unanime du jury. La soprano Samantha Louis-Jean et l’altiste Marina Thibeault ont remporté respectivement le deuxième et le troisième prix.

Published: 10 Nov 2017

11 McGillian candidates in OSM Manulife Competition 2017

The OSM Manulife Competition is upon us once again! Featuring woodwinds, brass and voice, the 2017 edition of the competition will take place from November 21st to the 25th, with cash prizes, scholarships, recordings and concert opportunities all offered to the winners. Since 1940, the OSM Manulife Competition has provided young Canadian artists with a point of departure for their international careers....

Published: 9 Nov 2017

Maïthéna Girault: Dreams come true with Golden Violin win

Original article from the McGill Reporter.

"When Maïthéna Girault was announced as winner of the 2017-2018 Golden Violin Award on Oct. 29, it marked the end of one journey for her and the beginning of another.

Published: 8 Nov 2017

Brass Alumn Spotlight: William Broverman

Soon after completing his undergraduate degree at Schulich, bass trombonist William Broverman (B.Mus 2016) set out on a career path that tops the list of many music students – a full-time position in an orchestra....

Published: 7 Nov 2017

Canadian Brass at the Schulich School of Music: 5 masterclasses and 2 concerts in 2 days!

Through the Catherine Thornhill Steele Visiting Artist fund, the Schulich School of Music will have the great pleasure to welcome the renowned Canadian Brass on November 13-14, as a part of Brass Days. Stéphane Lemelin, Chair of the Department of Performance, comments: “We are thrilled to welcome the legendary Canadian Brass to the Schulich School of Music....

Published: 7 Nov 2017

Program Spotlight: Music Theory

As Prof. Edward Klorman describes it, the Schulich School of Music’s music theory program is a place of innovation and exploration....

Published: 7 Nov 2017