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from National
on July 11, 2017

"Brian Harman's music first caught our ear when the Canadian Art Song Project presented his cycle, Sewing the Earthworm as part of their 2015 concert entitled The Living Spectacle. Harman collaborates often with artists of other media, and his work lends itself easily to other disciplines like dance, architecture...

from National
on July 10, 2017

8 COMPOSERS ON MORE THAN 100 CANDIDATES FROM ALL OVER CANADA

"Quasar is very pleased to announce the names of the eight composers selected who will make up the group presenting new works to be included in the project “Territoires sonores” realized with the support of the “New Chapter”...

from National
on July 6, 2017

Land of the silver birch

From early British and French influences, Canada was developed as a distinctive voice to contribute to the global choral scene, writes Robert Cooper

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from National
on July 6, 2017

"Alexina Louie's music is a staple among Canadian soloists and ensembles. She writes for piano, voice, chamber groups, large orchestras, choirs, and ballet; her opera The Scarlet Princess (1996-2002) was commissioned by the Canadian Opera Company, and she has composed made-for-TV mini operas (Burnt Toast,...

from National
on July 5, 2017

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

from Ontario
on July 5, 2017

The Canadian Music Centre remembers CMC Associate Composer David Keane who passed away on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 after a long struggle with dementia and ALS. David was prolific as a composer, performer, educator, and writer, and we share a sense of loss with a wide community of artists and colleagues who have been...

from National
on July 4, 2017

Glenn Gould, Alexander Muir and piano maker Theodore Heintzman rest in cemetery, which hosts summer music series.

"Unnoticed by passersby and often unmarked by plaques, numerous Toronto addresses with big parts to play in cultural history sit mostly uncelebrated. In our series Local...

from National
on June 30, 2017

In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, The CJN presents 40 profiles of some of the most prominent Jewish Canadians throughout our history.

"Born to a Scottish father and Irish mother in a working-class neighbourhood in Montreal, Maureen Forrester started her music career performing in church and...

from National
on June 28, 2017

Hear some of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s original tunes and classical favourites in Whistler on Canada Day weekend

"As Canadians from coast to coast get ready to celebrate their country’s 150th birthday this weekend, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (VSO) is putting extra care into...

from National
on June 28, 2017

"After 46 years, the Vancouver Chamber Choir's founder and long-time conductor Jon Washburn is announcing his intent to step down as Artistic and Executive Director to become the professional choral ensemble's Conductor Emeritus. He will continue to lead the Choir through its 47th and 48th concert seasons (2017/18...