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2018 Bedford Winner

This year’s Bedford Piano scholarship went to Cordell Lewis, student of Judy Hunter. Cordell receives a $1,000 award, and will be performing at next year’s Humanities Awards Assembly at which he will be presented a medal.

McMaster piano instructor Leon Karan mentors winners. At this year’s Hamilton Music Festival, two of his students garnered scholarships and recommendations to compete in the provincials.

Cable 14’s City Matters host Doug Farraway sat down with Associate Professor Judy Major-Girardin, and graduates Chantelle Stringle and Clara Laratta, to discuss the FLUX exhibition, this year’s showcase of Honours BFA graduates.

Young Music Makers

You are invited to a presentation of student-composed music — from the class of Dr. William Renwick — on Friday, April 13th at 12:30 pm. Free admission!

Level I and II Art students explore materials and image-making approaches. On view in the President’s Corridor, Gilmour Hall, to September 2018.

Join Level II Studio Art students in their first fashion show event! Showcasing conceptual possibilities of clothes “as architecture for the body”. April 9th from 3-6pm, Room 114 (east entrance of Togo Salmon Hall). Free admission! Refreshments provided!

Bedford Piano Scholarship

McMaster’s School of the Arts is proud to present its annual Reginald Bedford Piano Scholarship Competition. $1,000 prize! Application Deadline: April 20, 2018

Students of the always-sold-out-standing-room-only Music 2TT3: Broadway and the Popular Song, along with course instructor Dr. Lara Housez, helped celebrate the birthdays of Broadway legends Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber.