Congratulations to Martin MacDonald, this year’s recipient of the Ontario Arts Council’s Heinz Unger Award. The $8000 award is presented biennially to an emerging professional Canadian conductor and recognizes talent and promise, musicianship, and commitment to Canadian repertoire and Canadian musicians. A Cape Breton native, Martin is currently Associate Conductor of Symphony Nova Scotia, and Read more about Competitions and Awards[…]
The 2013 edition of the Montreal International Musical Competition is dedicated to violin and will run from May 7-17 in Montreal. Twenty-four violinists from around the world—with an average age of 21—have been selected to take part, and all eyes will be on the sole competitor from Canada, Victoria’s Nikki Chooi. The competition features a Read more about Awards and Competitions[…]
The application deadline for the 2011 edition of the Montreal International Musical Competition is January 7 – and the featured instrument for 2011 is piano. The jury is distinguished, and the prizes significant. For more information, please visit concoursmontreal.ca.
Yesterday, the Montreal International Musical Competition announced the identity of the 24 young violinists who will compete in this year’s competition, running from May 25 to June 4 in Montreal. They come from around the world, with candidates from the United States (5 candidates); South Korea (4); Germany (3); Japan (3), China (2), Canada (2) Read more about Competitions[…]