In collaboration with the OSM
Musicians from soundSCAPE
Mark Fewer, violin; Lisa Cella, flute (UMBC); Tony Arnold, soprano (Boston Conservatory); Thomas Rosenkranz, piano (Bowling Green); Aiyun Huang, percussion (University of Toronto)
CARLOS SANCHEZ-GUTIERREZ Kikai No Mori […Ex Machina II] for Piano, Percussion, and Soprano
RICARDO ZOHN-MULDOON Flores del Viento III (1999) for Violin, Flute, Percussion, and Soprano
JESS JONES New Work for Piano, Percussion, and Voice
CHRIS PAUL HARMAN Partita for Solo Violin
Hans-Ola Ericsson, coordinator
The Doctoral Colloquium is open to all.
Doctoral students (Music) for whom attendance is required must sign the attendance sheet at the colloquium.
Carolyn Christie (Schulich School of Music)
Join us in celebrating excellence in performance at the Schulich School of Music!
Ilya Poletaev, coordinator
Cori spezzati: Sacred Music for 4 to 40 voices
with Schulich Singers
Jean-Sébastien Vallée, artistic director
Concert presented as part of Montréal en lumière
live@CIRMMT presents a concert by inventors/performers featuring their work on musical instruments/interfaces they themselves have built.
For the most up to date information, see the Ladies Morning Musical Club website.
Masterclass with Johannes Moser, cello
Masterclass with Vebjørn Anvik, piano
Decolonizing Arts, a symposium organized by Beverley Diamond (Professor Emerita in Ethnomusicology, Memorial University; Visiting Dean’s Chair, Schulich School of Music)
Featuring Johannes Moser, cello (Catherine Thornhill Steele Visiting Artist)
Sextet in B-flat major, Op. 18 by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Featuring: Axel Strauss (violin), Elizabeth Skinner (violin), Victor Fournelle-Blain (viola), Chung Han Hsiao (viola), Johannes Moser (cello) and Jason Pegis (cello).
Piano Trio in A minor, M. 67 by Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Amatis Piano Trio (Mozarteum, University of Salzburg): Lea Hausmann (violin), Samuel Shepherd (cello) and Mengjie Han (piano)