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The Doctoral Colloquium is open to all.
Doctoral students (Music) for whom attendance is required must sign the attendance sheet at the colloquium.Presentation
Anne Danielsen (University of Oslo)
"Rhythm and Groove in African-American Popular Music"...
Kyoko Hashimoto, piano; Jean Lesage, coordinator
Works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart paired with new works by students of the Composition Area....
D. Kennedy, director
Class of P. Leroux & R. McKenzie
Class of J. Kolomyjec
With support from the McGill 1821 Society, this series is another way Schulich is Bringing music to life! Join us for a coffee at 10:00 a.m. and a concert at 10:30 a.m.
Gili Loftus & Hank Knox, harpsichord
Works by Johann Christian Bach and others
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M. Mdivani, coordinator
Prof. Tiri Schei (Bergen University College, Norway) and Speech-Language Pathology students will give a workshop on vocal warm up and stretching exercises. A short vocal warm up improves the quality of the sounds you make and helps prevent vocal injury, keeping you in good voice, and making your voice production feel better. Seats are limited. Registration is required.
Class of I. Poletaev
Class of A. Huang & F. Marandola
As part of this series, the McCord Museum presents young talented artists of the Schulich School of Music.
Focusing on vibrant singing, innovative programming and exciting performances, the choral program opens new horizons for singers and audiences alike.
Sing, my Heart: Words of Love Through the Centuries
Jean-Sébastien Vallée, artistic director
John Guzik & Gohar Manvelyan, choral conducting students with McGill Concert Choir....
L. Weman, coordinator
Class of D. Nigrim
J-N. Trottier, coordinator