ALLIANCE FOR CANADIAN NEW MUSIC PROJECTS and Contemporary Showcase are pleased to announce the
John Weinzweig Scholarship
To honour John Weinzweig, “the Dean of Canadian Composers”, ACNMP is pleased to announce a scholarship for the performance of solo works by Weinzweig. The scholarship is funded by “John Weinzweig ONE HUNDRED YEARS 1913-2013”.
The performer must have participated in a Contemporary Showcase and be recommended by the centre coordinator.
Solo performances of any Weinzweig composition on the ACNMP syllabus (www.acnmp.ca) or of a solo work listed on www.johnweinzweig.com. are accepted.
Submissions can be done through a personal youtube video submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 13,2014.
There will be a junior (up to grade 8) and a senior scholarship (grades 9 and up). The two recipients will also receive a Weinzweig Biography.
The submission does not have to be a recording of the Contemporary Showcase performance.
Maggie Morrison, piano, from Brantford, playing Transmissions by
David L. McIntyre.
David Tran, piano, from Chatham, playing Romance by Kuzmenko
and Tumbleweed Dance by Kye Marshall.
Welcome to the Alliance for Canadian New Music Projects, your resource and information site about ACNMP, various projects hosted through the year, and centre specific details for the Contemporary Showcase Festival.
Contemporary Showcase Festival
Held annually in November during Canada Music Week, Contemporary Showcase celebrates Canadian Contemporary Music. Since its beginnings in 1970, Contemporary Showcase has become the leading educational festival for students to experience Canadian contemporary music and composers.
– Find a Centre
– The Mary Gardiner Award of Performance Excellence
Carolyn Tran, Chatham Contemporary Showcase
Hana Brath, Toronto Contemporary Showcase
ACNMP wishes to thank Suzanne Schulman for adjudicating this class.
Senior Recipient (tie):
Quinn Gomez, piano (Calgary)
Elaina Moreau, soprano (Toronto)
Cameron Hay, piano (Toronto)
View Recipient PDF