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Classical composer Zosha Di Castri's debut album is nominated for Juno Award
Now an international composer living and teaching at Columbia University in New York City, Di Castri’s debut album Tachitipo has broken new barriers in the contemporary classical discipline
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Position Announcement - Communications and Development Manager
The Canadian Music Centre/Centre de musique canadienne (CMC) was established in 1959. CMC is a dynamic and established charitable Not-for-Profit organization.
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Niche classical recordings garner Juno nominations
Spring is Juno time, the annual awards for Canadian-made recordings.
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An Ecstatic Meeting Of Minds
A Collaboration with Sarah Slean earns Symphony Nova Scotia its first Juno nomination.
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2022 Canadian Music Centre Prairie Region Emerging Composer Competition - Call for Scores
Emerging Composers with a connection to Canada’s Prairie Region are invited to submit their orchestral works to the 19th edition of the CMC Prairie Region Emerging Composer Competition...
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Welcome to the Canadian Music Centre

The Canadian Music Centre has been supporting, preserving, and celebrating the works of Canadian composers since 1959. As proud and passionate advocates, we offer innovative resources for discovering, exploring, listening to and playing Canadian music online and in five regional hubs.

Serving composers, artists, performing organizations, educators, students and audiences of all ages, we offer a feast for the ears from the heart of our unique cultural experience!

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Welcome to the Canadian Music Centre

The Canadian Music Centre has been supporting, preserving and celebrating the works of Canadian composers since 1959. As proud and passionate advocates, we offer innovative resources for discovering, exploring, listening to and playing Canadian music online and in five regional hubs.

Serving composers, artists, performing organizations, educators, students and audiences of all ages, we offer a feast for the ears from the heart of our unique cultural experience!

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New from Centrediscs

As many around the world were locked down at home, with no certainty about their future, Frank Horvat wanted to alleviate some of the stress and isolation and help raise the spirits of musicians, and the greater community, as we continued through uncertain times. So, over a period of six weeks, he composed 31 short solo and duo Music for Self-Isolation pieces for varying instruments and voice dedicated to his musician friends, to perform on social media, as they dealt with life in isolation.

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