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from British Columbia
on May 18, 2012

Gone but not Forgotten is an occasional series featuring musicians from yesterday who deserve more attention today. In this installment: composer, conductor, musicologist and educator, Nikolai Korndorf.

Nikolai Korndorf was a gifted...

from Ontario
on May 18, 2012

"The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) – performing in the fourth Great Performers concert of the NAC Orchestra’s 2011-2012 season – features TSO Music Director Peter Oundjian on the conductor’s podium and internationally acclaimed Canadian pianist Anton Kuerti as guest artist. The concert is at 8 p.m. in Southam...

from National
on May 18, 2012

International Composition Prize 2013
Luxembourg Sinfonietta
Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

The Luxembourg Society for Contemporary Music announces its
10th International Composition Prize for 2013
in cooperation with the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.

Information in English, Chinese...

from British Columbia
on May 17, 2012

"Over the next two weeks, adventurous listeners - those who actually enjoy hearing music, old or new, that they have never heard before - can look forward to several musical events offering unfamiliar repertoire.

This evening, for instance, the Canadian Music Centre's Vancouver office will sponsor the local...

from Ontario
on May 17, 2012

"...Award winning Canadian composer John Burge is a native of Dryden, Ontario. He has written a large body of vocal, chamber, and orchestral compositions, but is particularly highly-regarded for his choral works. He has repeatedly turned to Canadian poets in selecting texts to set to music. Currently a full...

from Ontario
on May 17, 2012

"Canadian composer/teacher Stephen Chatman is visiting the state of North Carolina for the first time this week, including a stop in Burlington.

Chatman and his wife, writer Tara Wohlberg, are part of an artists-in-residence program, which began last Sunday, May 13, and will continue through Monday, May 21...

from
on May 17, 2012

The heart and soul of Tapestry’s Creative Development Programme is the Composer-Librettist Laboratory. For most composers and writers the artistic process is a solitary one. This unique programme has been carefully honed for composers and writers to test, exercise and develop their collaborative writing and...

from National
on May 17, 2012

Toronto, May 16—The SOCAN Foundation is pleased to announce that it has established the SOCAN Foundation Charitable Fund (the Fund) at Tides Canada Foundation. The purpose of the Fund is to support charitable activities benefiting music creators and music publishers across Canada.

from National
on May 16, 2012

"...If you haven’t listened to CBC’s new service, you should. It’s a good example of why the new media based on the internet eclipses traditional music sources such as iPods and radio.

The service offers 40 web radio stations. Ten of these are devoted to classical music, including a channel dedicated to...

from National
on May 15, 2012

"UKZN's Howard College campus will come alive with the cool sounds of jazz when it hosts a Youth Music Festival from this weekend.

The programme includes a workshop by top musicians Debbie Mari and Neil Gonsalves and an international element featuring Paraguay Primeval led by Canadian-based pianist and...