Researcher Michael Schutz suggests there is room for improvement when it comes to the jarring tones and alarms used in hospital settings, or the fitting of hearing aids and cochlear implants.
Congratulations to McMaster harp instructor and recent JUNO Award winner!
A choral piece written by Dr. Matthew Woolhouse’s has been featured in a virtual performance in the United Kingdom.
The Dean of Humanities, Dr. Pamela Swett, has provided an update as to how the Faculty of Humanities will be offering the Fall 2020 term with undiminished choice and opportunity.
School of the Arts is proud to announce the winners of the City of Hamilton’s Arts Awards, which can be viewed online this year.
The School of the Arts is seeking a Teaching Assistant for summer course MUSIC 2MT3: Introduction to the Practice of Music Therapy.
McMaster’s Studio Art program — along with other SOTA program affiliates — will be well represented at the City of Hamilton Arts Awards. The awards will take place online, starting June 12.
Recent graduate and Music program student places third in ORMTA competition.
Lifting spirits of Canadians and supporting professional musicians, JUNO-nominated harpist and McMaster instructor livestreams performance on May 23rd.
Tom was chosen as one of three undergrad students in Canada to participate in Choral Canada’s national choral conducting conference Masterclass – the only one of its kind in Ontario.