We are delighted that Prof. Johann Buis from Wheaton College, IL, will be here for the duration of the 2021/22 academic year as a Schulich Distinguished Visiting Chair in Music.
Celebrating McGill University’s impact on Quebec society and the Lower St-Lawrence and Gaspesie regions, Reford Gardens will be hosting a two-part special event on the Bicentennial Special Stage on August 21, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.
Digital technology has radically changed the way music is enjoyed, performed, composed, produced and shared with the world. From streaming services to innovations in musical instruments, modern technology has created new styles and genres to explore.
The Schulich School of Music congratulates Justin Almazan (GrDipPerf'18, GrArtDip'20, MMus’21) and Samuel Hanna (MMus’21), winners of the 2020-2021 Eleanor Stubley Recording Prize for their project “Love Notes”!
Percussionist Charles Chiavato Rambaldo (current BMus) wins First Prize in Marimba as well as the Second Prize in Snare at the International Percussion Youth Competition Belgium 2021 (IPYCB).
Congratulations to former students Elisabeth Boudreault, Marie Nadeau-Tremblay (BMus'14, LMus'17, MMus'19), Gabrielle Gaudreault (BMus'14, DMus'20), Brandyn Lewis (BMus'17), Alexander Soloway (MMus'15), William Broverman (BMus'16), Charlotte Siegel (MMus'19, GrDipPerf'20), Ryan Davis (BMus'14), and incoming MMus student Ben Diamond who were all featured as part of the 2021 edition of CBC Music's annual list of "30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30". The l
Congratulations to Zhuosheng Jin (current DMus), winner of the 2020-2021 Luba Zuk Piano Duo Composition Prize! Zhuosheng’s composition is slated to premiere at the Schulich School of Music in 2022.
Congratulations to Chelsea Komschlies (current PhD), winner of the 2020-2021 recipient of the Andrew Svoboda Prize for Orchestral Composition! Chelsea’s orchestral piece is slated to be premiered by the McGill Symphony Orchestra during the 2022-2023 season.
Winners announced for the Andrew Svoboda Prize for Orchestral Composition and the Luba Zuk Piano Duo Composition Prize
The winners of the Andrew Svoboda Prize for Orchestral Composition and the Luba Zuk Piano Duo Composition Prize have been announced.
After 200 years of trail-blazing research and innovation, McGill continues to look towards the future.
Congratulations to Prof. Marcelo Wanderley on his accomplishment as the most cited author over the entire lifetime of the New Interfaces in Musical Expressions (NIME) conference. With students and colleagues, he has co-authored 48 NIME papers presented at 17 conferences which had a total of 1,391 citations over 20 years [Fasciani & Goode, 2021. p. 24].
Congratulations to Chooi Chong, winner of the 2020-2021 International Grant Writing Competition for master's students — Music Research
Congratulations to Christopher Keach, winner of the 2020-2021 International Grant Writing Competition for master's students — Performance
Congratulations to Hester Bell-Jordan, winner of the 2020-2021 International Grant Writing Competition for doctoral students — Music Research