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ecclesliz's picture
on April 10, 2016

Peter Hatch’s Wiki Mozart: The Oboe Quartet Remixed
A Lecture Recital by Elizabeth Eccleston
Canadian Music Centre
20 St. Joseph Street, Toronto
Monday, April 18th, 2016 3pm
Free Admission

ELIZABETH E. ECCLESTON, oboe*
Sharon Lee, violin
Woosol Cho, viola
...

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by CMC Ontario Library Residency
on March 30, 2016

To listen to archival recordings of Nameless Hour, use your free CMC account and access our centrestreams player at various points in the post!

By Nick Storring

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by wilbeau
on March 21, 2016

I have started falling in love with flats. A guitar player tends to find them hard to enjoy because in regular tuning they mean lots of barre chords and sore hands. In altered tunings things can change and one of the pieces on my latest CD is in G minor [2 flats]. I have just written another piece filled with flats...

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by ARTerra
on March 21, 2016

Deadline: 30th April 2016
Location: Portugual, Lobão da Beira

ARTErra is a multidisciplinary artistic residency placed in the green and friendly village of Lobão da Beira. We began our project with the aims of hosting artists by providing them with accommodations, work place and cultural and ideas...

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by wilbeau
on March 7, 2016

I had a very special experience while playing a concert on the weekend: it seemed like a good idea to open with an improvisation. The spontaneous creation led straight into the first programmed work winding up on the first note of the opening piece. Something told me to wait for the nervous energy to dissipate...

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by wilbeau
on February 29, 2016

“…sometimes being lost, if there is such a thing, is the sweetest place to be…” Linda Hogan

A long, long time ago, in western coast of Spain lived a man and his daughter. The father was well known as a carpenter, and the elegant beauty of their home showed his skill to all. When looking at this house, one’s...

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by Matthew Fava
on February 29, 2016

By: Aubrey Kelly
Photo: Paramita Nath

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by wilbeau
on February 20, 2016

When I think about fast playing one of the neglected factors is the release of muscle tension after the action. Muscles move the finger but immediately release so that the finger can return to a ready position. Holding a finger with muscle tension inhibits most of the future potential movements. There is lots of...

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by CMC Ontario Library Residency
on February 12, 2016

by Nick...

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on February 12, 2016

Babel: a choral symphony is the NUMUS commission that will celebrate 40 years for Wilfrid Laurier's music faculty. The performance on April 2 and 3 will involve all of Laurier's choirs, the symphony orchestra and five soloists. The poem on which the new composition is based examines the artists' struggle, the human...