Isabella Giuliano, a McMaster Music Alumni, will be making her operatic debut as Suor Genovieffa in UWO (University of Western Ontario)’s production of Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi.
The program aims to educate and foster a greater understanding and appreciation of contemporary art through discourse. All events are free and open to the public.
Chris Myhr’s “Approaches to Erg” is a short film produced through artistic research design to recreate the effect of being underwater.
Michael Schutz, Associate Professor of Music Cognition, has been awarded a $140,000 NSERC Discovery grant to research how humans perceive natural and artificial sounds.
The case study explores a collaboration between Dr. Catherine Graham and two theatre companies who together developed a play designed to provoke public debate about women living in poverty.
Suzanne Shulman and Valerie Tryon are no strangers to the McMaster community, or to each other. “The Musical Clock & Other Timeless Masterpieces” is their newly-released CD.
The play is about the ethical issues arising from recent advances in genetic science – specifically the ability to edit genes using the new technology Crispr cas9.
The band has an interesting mix of classical music and rock covers, from bands like The Beatles, Radiohead, Rush and more!
Janice Hladki, Associate Professor in the Theatre & Film Studies program, is a member of the three-woman satirical performance ensemble The Clichettes, and their work is featured in a group exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto.
Alex Zaranek, Research Assistant for Digital Music Lab, is on his way to Germany for six months to undertake an internship in 3D graphics and virtual rendering at the Technical University of Braunschweig.