For her celebrated career as a classical and contemporary pianist, and for championing Canadian music.
Outside of the commission, Arras is a significant piece for Devaux because it is the first piece in which she actively explored her Japanese Canadian heritage.
The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra has selected participants for the 20-21 Composer Fellowship Program. Designed in collaboration with the Ontario Region of the Canadian Music Centre and awarded to early-career Ontario-based composers, the fellowship offers six months of artistic and professional mentorship with HPO musicians, staff, Music Director Gemma New and Composer-in-Residence Abigail Richardson-Schulte.
10 years ago, composer Ann Southam bequeathed $14M to the Canadian Women’s Foundation. This is how it helped
'She cared passionately about making a positive change for women and girls,' says the foundation's president
Redshift Music announces the music video online installation: Lagrange Point Project. 23 isolation videos to be played simultaneously, in any order, in any number. Give it a try!
We invite you to Canadian New Music Network’s series of knowledge-sharing online events for the creative music and sound community around decolonization. These six conversations address inequalities and oppression in our practice, to support a more generous and inclusive culture that is deeply understood within our communities.
“Often these instruments were played in brutal circumstances during the Holocaust,” Canadian composer Jaap Nico Hamburger tells Classic FM.
Carmen Braden of Yellowknife and Nunavut's The Jerry Cans both won awards
Congratulations to all this year’s Western Canadian Music Award winners Carmen Braden, Stephen Chatman and Mark Takeshi McGregor!
The Western Canadian Music Awards Reception celebrates the best of artistic talent in western Canada.
The 43rd Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition (E-Gré) for the performance of Canadian and contemporary music is pleased to announce its 2020 prize winners.