Andrea Creech joins Schulich’s dynamic faculty

27 Jul 2020

The Schulich School of Music is pleased to welcome Dr. Andrea Creech as Full Professor in Music Pedagogy. Prior to her appointment at Schulich, Prof. Creech was Professor of Didactique...

Matthew Treviño joins the Schulich faculty

4 May 2020

Equally comfortable in opera, theatre, and the recording arts, Prof. Treviño has been hailed as “a bass of rare talent” (San Francisco Chronical) possessing a “mellifluous bass that is at once...

Schulich Release Radar: February-March 2020

9 Apr 2020

February and March brought two new albums by alumni Christine Carter (clarinet) and Kimihiro Yasaka (piano).  Homage and Inspiration – Iris Trio (Coviello Classics)  Released February 7, 2020 

Q&A with Terri Lyne Carrington

9 Mar 2020

The Schulich School of Music is thrilled to welcome three-time Grammy award-winning drummer, producer, educator, and activist, Terri Lyne Carrington, who will be joining us for a short residency in...

Q&A with Shulamit Sarid

17 Feb 2020

On February 19th, the Schulich Singers will be performing James Whitbourn's 75-minute work Annelies. It is the first major choral setting of Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl. Divided into 14...

Schulich Release Radar: January 2020

5 Feb 2020

With many diverse new music releases, the year 2020 is off to a wonderful start! From Vivaldi to Schumann to electronic jazz, read below to find out more about some of the fantastic new music put...

Music Made by McGill to be Performed by Arête Duo

4 Feb 2020

The first Schulich in Concert event for 2020 features Arête Duo, a saxophone and percussion duo based in Washington, D.C. Doug O’Connor (saxophone) and Jacob Harpster (percussion) met as members of...

Jason Noble on Cameron Chameleon and orchestration for kids

4 Feb 2020

Originally from Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, composer Jason Noble completed his doctoral studies at McGill and currently works as a postdoctoral researcher on the Analysis, Creation, and Teaching...

Research Alive: Hester Bell Jordan

29 Jan 2020

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, Hester Bell Jordan is in the fourth year of her PhD in Musicology with a concentration in Gender and Women’s Studies.


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