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Musicology professor Lloyd Whitesell's course Music and Queer Identity in Montreal Gazette's 'Cool Courses'.
From Elton John to Tchaikovsky, Lloyd Whitesell's course examines the role that stigmatization plays in musical creation and explores the taboos in classical music. WEBLINK: http://bit.ly/1pz4882
Schulich's newest voice professor, Soprano Dominique Labelle received a glowing review in the New York Times
Praised in this review for her deeply hued, heady and potent voice for her role as Medea in Handel's opera Teseo, Professor Dominique Labelle begins teaching at Schulich this fall.
Pianist Chris Kusuhara, a student of Kyoko Hashimoto has been awarded Second Prize and the Special Award at the National Music Festival held in Kelowna, B.C. In 2013 he received a Developing Artist Grant from the Hnatyshyn Foundation.
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Chris Howard has worked as a research analyst for Gartner since 2005, studying technology trends. Earlier in 2014, he was promoted to VP Distinguished Analyst, and continues to provide thought leadership on emerging tech and business trends. His travels take him around the world, and he is in demand as a keynote speaker for major events. When home with his wife Anne and 5 dogs, Chris still plays and composes in his studio and on his 1954 Mason and Hamlin A.
Âge: 48 ans
Emploi: Professeur agrégé, École de musique Schulich de l'Université McGill
Spécialité: Enregistrement sonore...
Schulich School of Music Composition alumni and students awarded numerous prizes in the 2014 SOCAN Foundations Awards to Young Composers.
With a total of seven prizes at the SOCAN Foundations Awards to Young Composers, the Schulich School of Music Composition Area has performed remarkably. Four out five of the 2014 SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young Composers have been awarded to current or former Schulich Students, and prize winners in the Sir Ernest MacMillan awards Category consist exclusively of former Schulich Students. Congratulations to all recipients and their respective professors....
Peter Schubert and Massimiliano Guido present "Unpacking the box", a series of videos about Frescobaldi's Ricercari of 1615
A new approach to music theory education. Three videos illustrate the master apprentice method of teaching the art of counterpoint with all transpositions and shortenings of cadential passages. The videos, filmed at the Schulich School of Music, feature a spectacular four octave Italian harpsichord that is part of the Kenneth Gilbert Harpsichord Collection.
OBOE SECRETS, a new book release by Associate Professor Jacqueline Leclair, was favourably reviewed in the International Double Reed Journal.
In Oboe Secrets: 75 Performance Strategies for the Advanced Oboist and English Horn Player, Jacqueline Leclair tackles the oboe’s reputation as an especially difficult instrument and illustrates how oboists and English horn players can overcome common challenges....
Vanessa Blais-Tremblay, PhD student in Musicology and Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies has won the SOCAN 2014 Writings on Canadian Music.
Vanessa Blais-Tremblay is the recipient of a 2014 SOCAN Foundation/CUMS Award for Writings on Canadian Music for her paper entitled: "Don't Pocohontas Me: Modernity and Transnational Politics in Tanya Tagaq's Throat Games with Concert Stage String Ensembles."...
The newest issue of Music Theory Online, one of the top-ranked music theory journals and one of the only open-access journals in music theory, features three different articles by McGill researchers: an exploration of meter in rock music (by Nicole Biamonte, associate professor of music theory), a teaching demonstration on cadences, counterpoint and improvisation in 17th-century Italian music theory and practice (by Peter Schubert, professor of music theory, and Massimilano Guido, postdoctora...
The Marvin Duchow Music Library has accepted a donation of the archive of great Canadian early keyboard builder and restorer, Hubert Bédard.
The Marvin Duchow Music Library at McGill University is proud to announce the receipt of archival documents created by the great Canadian early keyboard builder and restorer, Hubert Bédard (1933-1989). The Hubert Bédard Collection will be added to the Library’s special collections and made available to researchers interested in the origins and development of the historical keyboard and early music movements that swept Europe and North America in the second half of the twentieth century....
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Chair of Music Performance Stéphane Lemelin releases 2-CD set of Fauré's complete Nocturnes and Barcarolles
'The Whole Note' praises Lemelin for his interpretive expressiveness, and technical prowess for his recent release on the Atma label of Fauré's complete Nocturnes and Barcarolles.
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First Prize – Jason Noble, Ph.D. Composition...