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from National
on February 15, 2018

"If Canadian composer Healey Willan isn’t getting the last laugh, he’s getting the last chord.

His longtime home base, the Anglican Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Toronto, is hosting a concert on Friday to mark the 50th anniversary of his death, one of several commemorations taking place this year in Canada...

from National
on February 12, 2018

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from National
on February 8, 2018

Devices are welcome at the tech-savvy production taking place on Feb. 11.

"The cellphone has graduated from concert irritant to instrument.

Esprit Orchestra is putting out the welcome mat for the ubiquitous personal communication device for its Feb. 11 Plug In program at Koerner Hall...

from National
on February 7, 2018

Canadian Music Centre's Centrediscs Recording Label Nominated for Three 2018 JUNO Awards

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FEBRUARY 7, 2018, TORONTO, ON - Centrediscs, the recording label of the Canadian Music Centre, is thrilled to announce that two of its recent releases have been nominated for three...

from National
on February 7, 2018

"Canadian composer Vincent Ho's The Shaman|Arctic Symphony, featuring striking live recordings of two monumental orchestral works commissioned by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (WSO) and released last fall on Centrediscs, has just been nominated for two JUNO Awards.

from National
on February 6, 2018

The Roberta Stephen Award, worth $500, offers support to a Canadian woman composer aged 36 or older for professional development such as further studies, conferences, or workshops, or composers’ festivals. The prize was created by the generous provision of composer and publisher Roberta Stephen and is administered...

from Prairie
on February 1, 2018

The Canadian Music Centre, Prairie Region recently created its Award of Excellence and in considering which organization should be the recipient of its inaugural citation, the answer came immediately: the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.

For its long-standing commitment to the fostering of Canadian music and...

from National
on January 31, 2018

"​Yoko Hirota started playing the piano at the ago of four, in the Yamaha music program in Japan.

When she was just seven years old, she was being asked to practice eight hours a day.

It was a huge commitment and dedication says Hirota, but it lead to a career in music.

She and her husband...

from National
on January 31, 2018

Please note that the accessible entrance to our Toronto building will be temporarily unavailable on Thursday, February 1 from 9:00am-11:00am. The main entrance to the building (along the front steps) will remain open.

If you are planning to visit on February 1 and require the accessible entrance please...

from National
on January 30, 2018

Tommy Banks 1937 - 2018

The CMC joins with the music community to mourn the loss of Associate Composer and former Senator Tommy Banks, O.C., who has passed away in Edmonton at age 81 of leukemia. Jazz pianist, and Music Director for the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, he was a frequent guest...