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Hamilton: A View From Here

Hamilton: A View From Here is a mixed-media trip through the city’s history and streetscapes, combining work from two courses taught by associate professor Judy Major-Girardin.

The steel pan, drums, guitar and keyboard make up The Joy Lapps Project, an Afro and Latin-Carbbean Jazz, R&B and Soul group. In the new Concert Hall on Friday, Feb. 2nd, 8 pm.

…Of Time and Place. Music director: Joseph Resendes. Performed in the Concert Hall of the new L.R. Wilson building. December 3rd, 3-5 pm.

A Season to Celebrate

Showcasing the McMaster University and McMaster Women’s Choirs. Conductor: Glenda Crawford. Pianist: Larisa Gulenco. Dec. 2nd, 7:30 pm in the new Concert Hall!

David is at peace

David Gerry, our beloved teacher, friend and colleague, went peacefully and without pain on December 4, 2017.

People are flying in from all corners of the world to visit David Gerry, a beloved music instructor and flutist. “I just want people to celebrate my life through music.”

Montreal-based musicians Pooria Pournazeri, Saeed Kamjoo and Ziya Tabassian are REGARD PERSAN. The trio, with singer Habib Hoseini, perform innovative Persian music through traditional instruments. Friday, November 24th, 8pm.


The President’s Corridor showcases a dynamic display of hybrid practices from students of Art 3PD3, New Directions in Painting and Drawing. Gilmour Hall 238. Until Dec. 6th.


Art[4]Change: Unmasking Rape Culture explores the intersection of contemporary art, gender, and sexuality through the lens of scholars, performances, and visual artists.

Explore their artwork NOW before they graduate! An exhibition of selected works will be showcased at Earls Court Gallery on Ottawa Street. Opening reception: Thursday, November 16th, 7-9pm.