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from National
on April 20, 2017

Michael Phillip Parker, in memoriam
1948-2017

Along with friends, colleagues and music-lovers, the Canadian Music Centre remembers Associate Composer and great supporter Dr. Michael Phillip Parker. Michael died in Halifax on April 7, 2017 following a battle with...

from National
on April 20, 2017

ENCOUNT3RS, opening at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre, unites Ballet BC, Alberta Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada in honour of the country’s sesquicentennial. But it’s less a ‘celebration’ and more a crucial investment for the country’s dance community, Martha Schabas writes

from National
on April 18, 2017

"We are thrilled to announce our participating composers for our fifth annual Emerging Composer Workshop. This year’s six participants are from across Canada and the USA, including New York, Halifax and Toronto.

from Ontario
on April 13, 2017

OPUS: TESTING
Call for proposals                        

from National
on April 7, 2017

Congratulations to the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra on winning Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble at the JUNO gala on April 1. Going Home Star – Truth and Reconciliation, composed by CMC Associate Composer Christos Hatzis and performed by Tanya Tagaq, Steve Wood and The Northern Cree Singers, and...

from National
on April 7, 2017

"Brandon, Manitoba – The 40th Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition (Voice), May 5-7, 2017, is pleased to announce the six vocalists who have been selected as this year's semifinalists. They are: Adanya Dunn (York, ON), Kristen Hoff (Montreal, QB), Virginie Mongeau (Montreal, QB), Lisa Mulgrew (Lethbridge,...

from National
on April 5, 2017

Music Gallery History Series by David Jaeger hosted by the Music Gallery

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from National
on March 30, 2017

About the Toronto Creative Music Lab (TCML):

TCML is a peer-mentored workshop where every activity is delivered by people in the early stages of their careers. For TCML, early career is not determined by age but encompasses a broad spectrum - from first-year university music students to...

from National
on March 30, 2017

"The way Daniel Taylor looks at it: Win or lose this weekend, he’s still way ahead.

The well-known countertenor, choir director and educator from Ottawa has his fourth JUNO nomination for the recording Four Thousand Winter (Sony Classical), which was put together by Taylor and his Trinity Choir. His first...

from National
on March 29, 2017

ENCOUNT3RS
New ballet & music creations from exceptional Canadians
April 20 - 22, 2017
NAC Southam Hall, Ottawa