Schulich Bass-Baritone Master's student Gordon Bintner awarded 1st Prize and Audience Prize at the COC Ensemble Competition.

Published: 30Nov2012

Congratulations to Regina native and current student Gordon Bintner, 1st Prize winner and Audience Prize winner at the second annual Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Competition. Bintner, a bass...

Schulich School of Music students and alum shine at the 2012 OSM Standard Life Competition this past weekend

Published: 27Nov2012

Two current percussion students won prizes, as did a piano alumnae.   Current student Krystina Marcoux, 23, from Quebec won First Prize in the Percussion category, ($10,000) and also won the prize...

Gordon Bintner, one of 10 singers participating in the 2nd annual COC Ensemble Studio Competition on November 29, 2012.

Published: 23Nov2012

On November 29, 10 young singers will participate in the COC Ensemble Studio Competition, competing for cash prizes and a position in the prestigious Ensemble Studio training program for emerging...

A glowing review for soprano Jessica Muirhead (MMus 2005)

Published: 7Nov2012

Read about her  bravura performance of A Village Romeo and Juliet at the Wexford Festival Opera. Ms Muirhead continues to study with Prof. Lucile Evans, who was her teacher while at McGill.    

Pallade Musica wins Early Music America Baroque Competition in NYC

Published: 12Oct2012

  Pallade Musica, a Montreal-based Early Music ensemble, won the Grand Prize at the first Baroque Competition, organised by Early Music America, in New York City last night. The ensemble is made...

McGill Symphony Orchestra Concert Review in La Presse

Published: 10Oct2012

Follow the link to the review of the McGill Symphony Orchestra's October 5, 2012 concert on the La Presse website.

Violin Wins For Two Saskatchewan Musicians

Published: 10Oct2012

Two former Saskatonians have their hands on some very expensive instruments after winning them from the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank. Carissa Klopoushak and Kerry Du-Wors each...


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