The MCO performs works by Erik Lars Larsson, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Tõnu Kõrvits, Heino Eller and Pēteris Vasks. Sunday, March 11 at 3 pm.
Zoltan Kalman, a McMaster instructor of music, invites you to join him in celebrating some of the most beautiful and engaging chamber music works and other solo pieces.
Dr. Monolina Bhattacharyya, South Asian art and architecture specialist, will be speaking on The Jaipur Ramayana: Emperor Akbar’s Ultimate Attempt at Religious Harmony.
The awards exhibition celebrates this year’s recipients for their outstanding work in the McMaster Studio Art program: Emily Hamel, Priscilla Loo and Sarah Sproule.
Art students are exhibiting achievements in printmaking in an exhibition at McMaster’s downtown campus (1 James Street North).
Dr. Jared Simard will be speaking on the Greco-Roman Gods and the Built Environment of New York City, with focus on the decorative program of Rockefeller Center.
The Toronto Percussion Ensemble presents a FREE lunchtime concert in the brand new Concert Hall, L.R. Wilson building. Tuesday, January 23rd, 12:30 pm.
Valerie Tryon, past associate professor of music, McMaster’s first artist-in-residence and honorary doctorate recipient, has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
Dylan Robinson, a scholar of Stó:lō descent, and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts at Queens University, will be on campus January 15 & 16.
New course for Winter 2018: ART HISTORY 2T03: Art, Theatre and Music in the Enlightenment. Open to all students Year 2 and up. Enrol now!