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from National
on September 3, 2019

"Much has already been penned in celebration of the remarkable career of the late Neil Crory (1950–2019). The tributes often focus on Crory’s enthusiasm for and support of classical singers in Canada. And indeed Crory’s influence in the musical community was far reaching.

from National
on August 29, 2019

The Windsor Symphony Community Orchestra (WSCO) is pleased to offer an orchestral composition performance opportunity for young Canadian composers. Two (2) composers will be selected to have their works performed on the WSCO’s season finale concert on May 5th, 2019 at the Capitol Theatre in downtown Windsor,...

from National
on August 28, 2019

CALL FOR SCORES!
Artemis is looking for scores for our ensemble!
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DETAILS
There is no entry fee to submit a score
Instrumentation is spoken word (with and without looper pedal), oboe...

from National
on August 22, 2019

SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young Composers

The John Weinzweig Grand Prize of $3,000 for the best overall work was awarded to Eugene Astapov for “Hear My Voice.” The jury panel members were Elisabeth Raum, Dinuk Wijeratne, and Alissa Cheung.

The Godfrey Ridout Awards, for works of any...

from National
on August 21, 2019

"Serbian-born Canadian composer Ana Sokolović's fantastical, imaginary worlds are encapsulated in her internationally renowned, critically acclaimed operas, chamber music, instrumental, orchestral, and interarts works. The multi-award-winning, Montreal-based artist garnered the 2019 Juno award for Classical...

from National
on August 19, 2019

"This fall, students of Acadia’s School of Music should expect to get an earful – of sound that is.

Dr. Derek Charke, Professor of Composition and Theory in the School of Music at Acadia University is the creator and director of the new Acadia Electroacoustic Music Studio (AEMS). With his summer break...

from National
on August 15, 2019

"Esprit Orchestra’s thirty-seventh concert season begins with a dizzying hit to the head! Founding Music Director & Conductor, Alex Pauk has programmed a captivating subscription concert series to be performed in the acoustically renowned Koerner Hall. The main concert series includes no less than four World...

from National
on August 14, 2019

John Estacio’s “Solaris/Borealis/Wondrous Light” exists now as a triptych called the “Aurora Triptych” and is performed live to a silent film about the northern lights during a “Science and Symphony Concert”, brought to you by the KV265, a non-profit organization whose mission is the communication of science...

from National
on August 14, 2019

The Electronic Music Composition Contest is a juried competition that spotlights global musical talent while offering cash prizes and opportunities to be published and heard.

First prize is $500 (Can.), a composer profile in Musicworks 136, Spring 2020 issue (both in print and online) and the composition...

from National
on August 13, 2019

"The Barlow Endowment for Music Composition at Brigham Young University proudly announces the 2019 Commission winners. After reviewing 276 submissions from 28 countries, the judging panel awarded Bekah Simms of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the 2019 Barlow Prize for $12,000 to compose a major new work for Pierrot...