The Eleanor Stubley Recording Prize was established by Professor Eleanor Stubley in 2016 to facilitate excellence and innovation in musical performance and creation. It is awarded by a committee established by the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in Music to an outstanding graduate student in a performance, composition or conducting program at the Schulich School of Music for a transformative recording project.
The winner receives $2,000 to cover project expenses.
Applicants must form a team with a student in a Sound Recording program at McGill.
Details can be found here.