Congratulations to Alicia Choi, winner of the 2020-2021 International Grant Writing Competition for doctoral students — Performance
Percussionist David Therrien Brongo (current DMus) wins at the Prix d’Europe 2021.
Congratulations to Max Henry, winner of Schulich's 2020-2021 Teaching Award in the Teaching Assistant/Graduate Instructor Category.
Congratulations to Jennifer Messelink, winner of Schulich's 2020-2021 Teaching Award in the MUAR Teaching Assistant/Graduate Instructor Category.
Congratulations to Donny Kennedy, winner of Schulich's 2020-2021 Teaching Award in the part-time category.
Congratulations to Prof. John Hollenbeck, winner of Schulich's 2020-2021 Teaching Award in the full-time category.
The 2021 Juno Award winners have been announced, and Schulich faculty, students, and alumni can be found on the list of nominees and winners. From Vocal Jazz Album of the year to various Classical Albums of the Year, the Schulich community has appeared in a number of different award categories.
One of the Signature projects of the McGill Bicentennial office is to celebrate and recognize the contributions of staff (academic and faculty) of the University, past and present.
The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is one of Canada’s oldest, largest, and best-known choral ensembles. Founded in 1894 by Augustus Vogt, the Choir presented its first concert in Massey Hall, as part of the hall’s inaugural season, on January 15, 1895.
MusicFest Canada began in 1972 with a handful of Canadian musicians who created the country’s first jazz band festival.
The Golden Violin Award final on Sunday, May 16, 2021, was an evening of outstanding music performed by three exceptional Schulich string players: violinist Alicia Choi
On Sunday, May 16, three finalists filled Pollack Hall with songs and arias spanning three centuries of music. Soprano Jacqueline Woodley wi
We are pleased to announce that the three finalists chosen to compete for the 2020-2021 Golden Violin Award are violinists Russell Iceberg, Alicia Choi, and Astrid Nakamura.
We are pleased to announce that the three finalists chosen to compete for the 2020-2021 Wirth Vocal Prize (in performance order) are soprano Jacqueline Woodley, tenor Wesley Harrison, and soprano Emily Richter.