Recent Studio Art graduate, Abby Nicholson, will present a solo exhibition of Hamilton architecture-inspired mixed media to open at Supercrawl 2018.
Cross-Canada concerts celebrate life and offer music as a powerful and transformative force. Mysterious Barricades Toronto Chorale is conducted by Tracy Wong, McMaster’s new choral faculty.
Sookie Bardwell, Studio Art graduate, presents Careworks, an exhibition in the Fitzhenry Atrium, September 20 – 27, 2018.
We hope you can join us for The Socrates Project’s 2018-19 season launch on Wednesday, September 12th.
Ensemble Auditions for the 2018-2019 academic year will be taking place in early September.
Talent, energy, dedication — for 46 years, each new collection of bright young singers called the Ontario Youth Choir has been pushing the boundaries of choral excellence and amazing crowds with the quality of their performances.
Regional performance arts blogger Ken Stephen (Large Stage Live!) was in the audience when Cheng² Duo performed in March. He had some nice things to say about the new Concert Hall and performers (article).
McMaster welcomed 30 new Canadians in its first-ever citizenship ceremony on Wednesday, June 27th. Featured: music program graduate Caitlyn Breukelman, who sang the national anthem.
This project uses the voices of people in Hamilton often marginalized in public debate – those who may have experienced homelessness, or those who are being left behind or pushed aside as the city grows and gentrifies.
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.