Email:
ghodgins@musiccentre.ca
Region:
National
Job Description: 
President & CEO
Department: 
Administration
Glenn Hodgins

Glenn Hodgins is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the organization. He works with the National Board and CMC Regional Directors to implement the strategic goals and objectives of the Centre. From 2012 – 2013 he served as the Vice-Chair of the Ontario Regional Council.


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by CHughey
on November 15, 2012

Perfect for your next concert, seminar or meeting!

The Canadian Music Centre exists to stimulate the awareness, appreciation and performance of Canadian new music by making the music of Canadian composers available through the Centre's collection, information resources, production and distribution services, and performance spaces.

David Rustin Lea
Region: National
David Rustin Lea

Profile Type: Industry Professional
I Play: Horn

Biography:

Retired pie business owner who insists on continuing to tune pianos part time as he has for about 35 years.

Play F Horn, guitar, recorders and many other instruments, but wouldn't presume to call myself a pianist!!

Taught music for two years, 4th to 8th grade band in six Catholic schools in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Had 4th graders making their own musical instruments: pan pipes, transverse flute, a trumpet sort of thing, and a clarinet sort of thing - all with PVC pipe. They played their pan pipes in the Christmas concert!

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Vocalypse Productions is accepting applications for: Opera From Scratch 2018

January 18, 2018
National

Vocalypse Productions is accepting applications for:

Opera From Scratch 2018

A one week long opera program for Singers and Composers (August 12th – 19th, 2018)

Application deadline is March 30th, 2018






Tom Wiebe
Region: Ontario
Thomas Wiebe

Organization: University of Western Ontario
Profile Type: Performer
I Play: Violoncello

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shane.kardos
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Shane Kardos

Profile Type: Ensemble
I Play: Piano, Guitar, Percussion

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Church choir director for Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Hudson Ohio.

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Mary Arseneau
Region: Ontario
Mary Arseneau

Profile Type: Educator

Biography:

I am a Christina Rossetti scholar and a Professor of English at the University of Ottawa. For my current research project, "Christina Rossetti in Music," I am compiling a catalogue and archive of all musical settings of poems by Christina Rossetti (1830-1894).

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Classical music: Something old becomes something new in New Music Festival

January 12, 2018
National

"Is everything old new again? The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s New Music Festival suggests so. Over the course of five days, there’s a strong old/new thread running through the 2018 programming.

Central to the enterprise is the VSO’s popular composer-in-residence Jocelyn Morlock..."

vancouversun.com






Musicalfrances11
Region: Atlantic
Frances

I Play: Piano, Flute

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Why we should be listening to classical music by Canadian women

January 9, 2018
National

Canadian Women Composers Project addresses the catch-22

"When you hear a piece of music, you will have one of two reactions. You will either like it enough to listen to it again, or you won’t. You might like the melody, the harmony, or the way the poetry makes you feel. Then again, you might not like the melody, the harmony, or the way the poetry makes you feel.