Professor Peter Schubert and his award winning ensemble VivaVoce have released a new CD- Scenes from the Gospels: Motets from Josquin to Palestrina
The disc features Renaissance motets based on texts from the Gospels. These pieces were composed between 1500 and 1564 by the "lost generation" of composers - Willaert, Jachet, Manchicourt and Gombert, and depict various events in the life of Jesus, from birth to crucifixion. VivaVoce was founded in Montreal in 1998 by Peter Schubert. The award-winning ensemble is committed to performing classical music from all periods and to developing the art of Canadian choral music by commissioning at least one new work each year.
The McGill Cancer Auction Committee, co-chaired by Rosalie Lesser & Lindsay Lubov, had a record-breaking year after its event on Friday, raising close to $30,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society. This year's auction items included flight tickets, spa gift certificates and Igloofest passes.
MBA students Liam Sobey, Nina Coutinho, Brigitte Crockford, Angel Bohorquez Colombo, and Anais Xia won the Company Prize at the USC Marshall Global Consulting Challenge alongside other prestigious business schools from across the world.
This global consulting challenge consists of three different presentations to three different panels on a common topic. This year's sponsor is Yahoo!.
Research and International Relations is pleased to invite you to BRAVO, 2014
BRAVO is McGill University’s annual celebration of excellence in research and scholarship. Please join Research and International Relations on March 13, 2014 as we honour winners of major prizes and awards during a gala reception with family, colleagues, students, partners and supporters.
The McGill delegation to the Financial Open Case Competition won a podium in four of the six disciplines, placing the school third overall.