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from National
on August 22, 2014

Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival

"Canadian composer Kelly-Marie Murphy was just starting to relax by Sunday afternoon at the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival, Aug. 14 to 17.

One of her pieces, Dynamic Sequences, with its jazzy element, had yet to be performed by Baya...

from National
on August 22, 2014

MEDIA RELEASE
August 21, 2014

Barbara Pritchard Presents The Art of Touching the Keyboard (“Look, Ma, No Hands!”) at Dalhousie University’s MacAloney Room

from National
on August 20, 2014

"GUELPH — Choir conductor Marta McCarthy is up to her vocal cords in gruelling 16-hour workdays, half of that time spent in rehearsals with 40 young vocal performers. She says it's a gig she relishes and will cherish while she has it.

from British Columbia
on August 19, 2014

Orchestra & Large Chamber Ensemble

Vania Angelova / Ancient Legends – The Mystery and the Pagan Dances Suite (chamber orchestra)
Alan Belkin / Night Passages (small orchestra)
Alan Belkin / Symphonic Movement No. 3
Alan Belkin / Symphony No. 3
Denys Bouliane /...

from National
on August 18, 2014

"NEW HAMBURG — Composer Alfred Kunz's music room is dominated by a century old baby grand piano that has, over 50 years of ownership, become an indelible part of his life — but the Gerhard Heintzman has to go.

"I want to see it used, I want to see a plaque on it 'donated by that great Canadian composer,'"...

from National
on August 14, 2014

"Kitchener - Time for Three takes the stage with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony (KWS) to open the thrilling 2014/15 Season with Time for Three and Encores on Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6 at 8 pm at Centre In The Square. Led by KWS Music Director Edwin Outwater, the program will feature the...

from National
on August 14, 2014

"The saskatoon Chamber singers is beginning its 37th season of concerts this fall. an auditioned group of about 30 singers, the choir's director is James hawn and its accompanist is rod Epp.

The Chamber singers' repertoire has been rich and varied, but performing Canadian choral music has always been an...

from National
on August 13, 2014

"...Some performances may not have been on all people’s radar but hit the spot for me. The screening of Buster Keaton’s hilarious film Sherlock, Jr. set to music by the Afiara String Quartet and pianist Stephen Prutsman is one such performance. Another (albeit I’m biased) show was the Toronto Masque Theatre...

from National
on August 13, 2014

"The Toronto Symphony Orchestra leaves Toronto Aug. 13 for its first European tour in 14 years.

This was a formidable challenge for organizers who had to arrange for 98 musicians — and their instruments — to travel to Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Finland and Iceland.

Here are the important...

from National Performance Space
on August 12, 2014

Musica Reflecta and the Canadian Music Centre invite you to participate in OPUS: TESTING, a free monthly music writing workshop open to musical authors of all flavours. Each month, we’ll offer a new combination of instruments or voices to be the subject of a 3-5 minute composition. OPUS: TESTING is an experimental...