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 Dean of the Schulich School of Music to an outstanding graduate student in a performance, composition or conducting program at the Schulich School of Music for a transformative recording project.
Applicants must form a team with a student in a Sound Recording program at McGill.
Wednesday, February 28, 2018.
Submit a detailed proposal to the Music Graduate Studies Office (graduatestudies.music [at] mcgill.ca) by Wednesday, February 28, 2018.
- A description of the artistic theme or vision of the recording, with reference to specific repertoire, performance forces required, and the recording process.
- An updated CV for both the performer or composer and the Sound Recording student.
- A 3-5 minute recording of the applicant performing or conducting, or of a work by a composition applicant.
- A plan and schedule for the recording.
- Two letters of reference.
Amount and disbursement of funds
- The winner receives $2000 to cover project expenses.
- Only one prize will be awarded.
- Use of spaces (concert halls, recording studios, etc. in the Schulich School of Music) will be free, pending availability. The complexity of some projects (e.g., large ensemble, technical requirements) may require the project funds to cover the cost of a stage manager.
- The prize will be announced in April.
The competition is open to outstanding graduate students in a performance, composition or conducting program at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University. Applicants must form a team with a student in a Sound Recording program at McGill. If the project is initiated by a Sound Recording student, the performers on the project must be McGill graduate students at the Schulich School of Music. Students may only qualify for the award once per degree or diploma.
Students can only qualify for the award once per degree or diploma.
Applications will be assessed on:
- Originality and artistic vision of the suggested project.
- The applicant's performance, composition, or recording achievements.
- The potential of the team to achieve the proposed program at a high level.
- Chair (and non-voting member): Associate Dean of Graduate Studies or the Director of Graduate Studies
- Donor (non-voting member)
- Three voting members, including a faculty member from the Sound Recording Area.