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from National
on June 28, 2017

"Doctors, CEOs, founders and artists were celebrated June 27 for being inspiring Canadian immigrants at the 9th annual RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards.

Winners from across the country with varying inspiring stories were honoured Tuesday night at the One King West Hotel and couldn’t be more excited to be...

from National
on June 27, 2017

"The Department of Music at Stanford University is inviting applications for the position of tenure-track composer at the rank of Assistant Professor. The envisaged starting date is September 1, 2018..."

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from National
on June 23, 2017

"KITCHENER — Alf Kunz has been experiencing some health challenges lately, but there is no ache or level of fatigue that will stop the maestro from leading his choir at Sunday's special Canada Day concert.

"I feel fine," he insists, mustering his considerable energy for "Oh Canada: Sing, Sing, Sing"...

from National
on June 21, 2017

"Thanks to the Luminato Festival, Toronto audiences on Sunday night got a chance to experience one of the most interesting Canadian symphonic endeavours of the past four years, the National Arts Centre’s Orchestra presentation of their four-part musical/multimedia extravaganza, Life Reflected. And although the...

from National
on June 21, 2017

Halifax, NS – Symphony Nova Scotia is proud to announce that Dr. Kelly-Marie Murphy is the inaugural winner of its new Maria Anna Mozart Award for Canadian women composers.

from National
on June 19, 2017

The Toronto Musicians' Association, in collaboration with MROC, Coy Studios and OrchestraPlus, is pleased to offer eight professional development workshops this summer. The program, titled MyMusic150+ will be tailored towards musicians ages 18-35, and will take place June - September 2017.

from National
on June 19, 2017

5 laneways will be given new names to honour the area's history

"Fifty years ago this month, a Toronto neighbourhood symbolically declared its independence from the city and Canada itself in protest of the then-imminent Spadina Expressway.

It was in a spirit of civic disobedience...

from National
on June 16, 2017

Overwhelmed by Luminato’s huge lineup? Here are seven can’t-miss artists.

"...DONNA FEORE, director, Life Reflected

from National
on June 16, 2017

"...When it came time to think about commemorating Canada’s 150th, we wanted to create an opportunity to collaborate with other amazing Canadian artists, to inspire each other to produce something truly memorable. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have a remarkable group of Canadian composers on board and to premiere...

from British Columbia
on June 14, 2017

"It’s not every day of the week that eleven new string quartets are premiered. But that’s what the Borealis String Quartet did in CMC BC’s Murray Adaskin Salon on Friday, June 9, for a young audience packed into our small, intimate new performance space. The works they performed were remarkable for their variety...