Research Alive Series: 2016-17 events

This public outreach series was developed in 2015 by Prof. Stephen McAdams and composition student Kit Soden. 

Each Research Alive event is given by a member of the School to bring to light their research, amply illustrated with live musical examples, and ending with a small piece performed by the faculty and students to tie it all together. So, our motto is "Bring alive the research with music."

2016-17 events:

Alumni

"McGill showed me the importance of relations...you never know when a connection is going to put you in touch with an opportunity of a lifetime."

-Melissa Achten, M.Mus. 15

Research Alive 2015-16

Patrick Hansen with Bruno Roy: The multiple intelligences of opera.

Presented on November 27th 2015, Tanna Schulich Hall, Schulich School of Music

Research Alive 2015-16

Peter Schubert with singers Ellen Wieser, Meagan Zantingh, Benjamin Duinker, and David Benson: Composing in the mind ca. 1550.

Presented on 15 January 15th 2016, Pollack Concert Hall, Schulich School of Music

March 22, 2017

Jason Noble and Steve Cowan:

The music of dialect

This year's Research Alive student competition winners, Jason Noble (composer) and Steve Cowan (guitarist), present a new collaborative piece.

When: Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 5:00pm in Tanna Schulich Hall.

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