Gordon Bintner, one of 10 singers participating in the 2nd annual COC Ensemble Studio Competition on November 29, 2012.
On November 29, 10 young singers will participate in the COC Ensemble Studio Competition, competing for cash prizes and a position in the prestigious Ensemble Studio training program for emerging artists. Today we will introduce you to two of our finalists.
Read about her bravura performance of A Village Romeo and Juliet at the Wexford Festival Opera. Ms Muirhead continues to study with Prof. Lucile Evans, who was her teacher while at McGill.
Jonathan Govias, (DMus 2010) has just been appointed as the New Resident Conductor of Symphony Nova ScotiaRead article HERE
Pallade Musica, a Montreal-based Early Music ensemble, won the Grand Prize at the first Baroque Competition, organised by Early Music America, in New York City last night. The ensemble is made up of Tanya LaPerrière, baroque violin, Elinor Frey, baroque cello, Esteban La Rotta, lute (all three graduates of McGill) and Mylène Bélanger, harpsichord.
Follow the link to the review of the McGill Symphony Orchestra's October 5, 2012 concert on the La Presse website.
Two former Saskatonians have their hands on some very expensive instruments after winning them from the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank. Carissa Klopoushak and Kerry Du-Wors each received a violin for a three-year term. Klopoushak, who now lives in Montreal, received an 1869 Jean-Baptiste Vuil-laume and Vuillaume model bow worth $212,000. It was her first time auditioning for competition and the timing was just right for her to apply.
Canadian Journal of Music Festschrift issue entitled "Contemplating Caplin" featuring Prof. William Caplin
The most recent issue of the journal intersections: Canadian Journal of Music (vol. 31, no. 1, 2010) has been designated a Festschrift issue entitled "Contemplating Caplin". It contains three articles devoted to the theories of musical form developed by William Caplin, who offers a response to each article. An additional article by McGill alumnus James S. MacKay also deals with issues of musical form.