Jocelyn Morlock says her Juno-winning piece My Name is Amanda Todd stands up for itself

Fans of the American violinist Joshua Bell will arrive next week to Ottawa’s Southam Hall and Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto to see and hear the virtuoso work with Mendelssohn’s best E-minor ideas. And no doubt the audience will stick around to witness the National Arts Centre Orchestra (NACO) present Debussy’s sea-faring showpiece La mer. Intertwined within the established pieces, though, potent lesser-known works are also featured: French composer Lili Boulanger’s sorrowful 1918 composition D’un Soir Triste (Of a Sad Evening) and Canadian composer Jocelyn Morlock’s My Name Is Amanda Todd, an inspirational piece on the life and death of a 15-year-old native of Port Coquitlam, B.C. who, in 2012, took her own life, the victim of online abuse and high-school bullying..."