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from National
on November 1, 2019

"Throughout its 47-year history, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra has presented a trophy case of wunderkind artists including Guy Few, Scott Yoo and Stewart Goodyear, who have become part of the organization’s fine legacy of introducing city audiences to prodigious talent.

The latest addition to that ever-...

from National
on October 29, 2019

Applications are open to artists (writing & performing their own music) and industry professionals (working in music) in Canada, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK

"The pioneering international initiative Keychange has today...

from National
on October 24, 2019

2020's New Music Festival will have six events in four different venues that take advantage of the dark, dull, post-holiday time of the year to offer something exciting and extraordinary.

"From to time music organizations decide to make important announcements with a certain extra amount of...

from National
on October 11, 2019

"Today’s video premiere features Land’s End Ensemble and percussionist Ben Reimer performing “Twister” by composer Vincent Ho from their upcoming album Kickin’ It 2.0.

The second album from the Calgary-based ensemble (John Lowry, violin; Beth Root Sandvoss, cello; Susanne Ruberg-Gordon, piano; Vincent Ho,...

from National
on October 10, 2019

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

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from National
on October 9, 2019

The Grand Philharmonic Choir, based in Kitchener, Ontario, announces its third annual composition contest for Canadians and landed immigrants who are 30 and under.

The winning work will receive its premiere in May 2020 in Kitchener. The prize is $1,500 plus travel funds to attend rehearsals and performance...

from National
on October 7, 2019

Festival hosted Western Canadian Music Awards Thursday night in Whitehorse

"Yellowknife composer Carmen Braden had something to celebrate in Whitehorse Thursday night — she was named classical Composer of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards.

The ceremony is part of BreakOut...

from National
on October 7, 2019

"When Carmen Braden’s name was called from the shortlist of five nominees at the 2019 Western Canadian Music Awards in Whitehorse on Oct. 3, she was so surprised that she didn’t know how to react.

Having been selected as composer of the year, edging out two of her own teachers, Braden said she was both...

from National
on October 7, 2019

"Has anyone even heard of such a thing? An entire concert devoted to the piano music of a living Canadian composer?

Well, they had in Calgary last month, when the Honens Piano Festival titled one of its featured events Alexina Louie at 70.

Aside from the indelicacy of referring to the Toronto composer...

from National
on October 4, 2019

Yellowknife's Carmen Braden was named classical composer of the year at the Western Canadian Music Awards in Whitehorse on Thursday night.

Braden, who just released her second studio album, was selected from a shortlist of five – including two of her former teachers, Allan Bell and Laurie...