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The 2019 UBC Concerto Competition winners

D’Arcy Blunston

D’Arcy Blunston

Congratulations to everyone who competed in the 2018/19 UBC School of Music Concerto Competition!

Open to all music students, the annual competition is an opportunity for young musicians to earn a coveted spot as a solo performer with the UBC Symphony Orchestra.

Markus Masaites

Markus Masaites

Competitors select virtuoso works which highlight their exceptional technical and expressive abilities as musicians. There were many entries in the competition and the performance level was extremely high, as always.

Yu-Hsien Lin

Yu-Hsien Lin

This year's winner is D’Arcy Blunson (voice) for her lyrical performance of Britten's Les illuminations de Rimbaud, Op. 18

The first runner-up is Markus Masaites (piano), for his excellent performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in No. 18 in B-flat major, K. 456. The second runner-up is Yu-Hsien Lin (piano) for her terrific performance of Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54.

D’Arcy wins the opportunity to perform as the soloist with UBC Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, April 6th at 7:30 p.m.


Photos: Takumi Hayashi/UBC

Alumni Making Waves: A bouncy castle organ, a Volvo commercial, new appointments, and awards galore

Soprano Emily Cheung (BMus’06) was recently featured in television ads for Volvo’s 2019 SUV campaign.

Tina Wang (BMus’15) received a Teacher of Distinction award from the Royal Conservatory of Music, in recognition of her work training young saxophonists. She teaches at the Vancouver Academy of Music and co-directs a saxophone ensemble with fellow alumnus Michael Morimoto (MMus’14), in addition to running her own teaching studio.

Stefan Sunandan Honisch (MMus’07, MMus’08, PhD’16) recently published a book chapter, "Virtuosities of Deafness and Blindness: Musical Performance and the Prized Body," in the Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body, edited by S. Gilman and Y. Kim. He also joined the board of the Canadian Centre on Disability Studies.

Carter Johnson (BMus’18)

Carter Johnson (BMus’18)

This November, Carter Johnson (BMus’18) won the grand prize in the 2018 Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal (OSM) Manulife Piano Competition, with his outstanding performance of Prokofiev's Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26. The prize includes a $10,000 scholarship, a performance with the OSM in January 2019, a professional broadcast on Radio-Canada’s ICI Musique, and other performing opportunities. Carter also won first prize in the Canadian Music Centre’s Stepping Stone National Competition in Montreal.

Also at the OSM Manulife Piano Competition, alumna Nicole Linaksita (BSc/BMus’16) won the Orford Music Prize, a scholarship covering accommodation and tuition for an advanced program at Orford Music in 2019. Her other prizes this year include the Tom Cuff Award for Best Performance of a Canadian Work; the Linda Stobbe Memorial Award as the winner of the National Piano Class; and the Marilyn Wiwcharuk Memorial Scholarship for the Outstanding Performance at the Vancouver Kiwanis Festival. She also won first prize in the Senior Category at the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra’s Clef Concerto Competition and will be playing with the VMO next season; and placed sixth at the Shean Piano Competition.

Nicole Linaksita (BSc/BMus’16)

Nicole Linaksita (BSc/BMus’16)

Harpist Samantha Ballard (BMus’15) advanced to the semifinals of the 2018 OSM Manulife Harp Competition.

Daniel Marshall (MMus’13) is the new Director of Programs & Communications at the Vancouver Academy of Music.

Antares Boyle (PhD’18) was awarded the prestigious 2018 SMT-40 Dissertation Fellowship from the Society for Music Theory.  Her dissertation project, “Formation and Process in Repetitive Post-Tonal Music,” theorizes how musical segments, processes, and larger forms arise in recent post-tonal works that feature extensive varied repetition. Dr. Boyle completed her dissertation in August and is now teaching at the University of Northern Colorado.

Tuba player and Canadian Army reservist Tony Taylor (MMus’18) performed this summer in the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London, and with the Ceremonial Guard in Ottawa.

Brian Garbet (MMus’13) is working toward a PhD in Composition at the University of Calgary. His dissertation project combines ambient sounds such as the “hum of Windsor” — a mysterious acoustic phenomenon — with the clarinet music of François Houle.

In June, composer Chris Sivak (BMus’09) premiered “Patrick Stewart Bakes a Cake,” a new music video for his string quartet.

Woodwind quintet Fifth Wind — which features flutist Jack Chen (BMus’03) and clarinetist Eileen Walsh (BMus’03) — took part in Our Canada: Forecasting Canadian Wind, a national and international showcase of Canadian composers and wind quintet musicians. The concert series, took place in five cities in September, celebrates the diversity of Canada’s land, people, and cultures. Cris Derksen (BMus’07) and Cameron Wilson (BMus’88) were among the featured composers. UBC School of Music hosted the Vancouver performance in September, featuring Ventos Wind Quintet. Members include Jeff Pelletier (DMPS’10), flute; Morgan Zentner (MMus’07), oboe; Mike Brown (BMus’01), clarinet; Nick Anderson (BMus’07, MMus’09), horn.

Michael Juk (BMus’84) recently joined Hot Air, CBC radio’s long-running weekly jazz program, as the producer.  

Bassist and composer Frederick Schipizky (BMus’74) was commissioned by the Pacific Wildlife Foundation to create Gathering Flock, a new composition for brass. The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra brass quintet performed the piece to open the 2018 Vancouver International Bird Festival and the 27th International Ornithological Congress held in Vancouver, B.C. this past August.


Conductor Al Cannon (DMA’12) recently accepted the position of Assistant Conductor with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra on a three-year contract.

In June, pianist Bogdan Dulu (DMA’15) appeared on short notice as concerto soloist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra for the premiere of Bramwell Tovey’s (LLD’12, honoris causa) new work, Shalimar Variations for Piano and Orchestra.

Michael Park (DMA’15)

Michael Park (DMA’15)

In August, composer Michael Park (DMA’15) staged a wildly creative concert fundraiser for the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Vancouver. With the help of organ builder David Quinton, he combined a bouncy castle with organ parts to create a one-of-a-kind instrument that makes music as kids jump inside it. It’s also, Park notes, a “proof of concept” for further musical experiments. In August, Michael also performed a one-man recital of music for speaking pianist, narrating stories about love, death and everything in between at the historic Roedde House Museum in Vancouver’s West End.

Alan Corbishley (BMus’98) directed a new production of Side by Side by Sondheim, the Tony Award-winning musical about Stephen Sondheim, at theatres in Vancouver, Kamloops, and Sidney, B.C.

Trevor Hoffmann

Trevor Hoffmann

The Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra launched its 2018-19 season with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 and Piano Concerto No. 1 that involved three School of Music alumni, including pianist Libby Yu (BMus’96, MMus’98, DMA’10), artistic director and conductor Kenneth Hsieh (BMus’03), and assistant conductor Kemuel Wong (BMus’08, MMus’10), who gave the pre-concert talk. Premiering alongside the Tchaikovsky pieces was a new work by VMO composer-in-residence and former student Trevor Hoffmann.

This past spring, Simone Osborne (DMPS'09) released her debut album, Simone Osborne: Live in Concert with Anne Larlee, and was nominated for the 2018 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance – Female (Opera Division) for her role as Adina in The Elixir of Love with the Canadian Opera Company.

Simone Osborne (DMPS’09)

Simone Osborne (DMPS’09)

Marco Del Rio (BMus’14, B.Ed’15) is the composer-in-residence of the Laudate Singers. For the Singers’ recent Celtic Spirit concert he created new arrangements and works for the choir to sing with the North Shore Celtic Ensemble.

Based in North Vancouver, the Laudate Singers were founded by Lars Kaario (BMus’79). Lars is Artistic Director of the choir and is Director of Choral Studies in the Diploma of Music Program at Capilano University where he directs the Capilano University Singers and Capilano University Festival Chorus. He is also the head instructor in the university’s Conducting Certificate Program.

Baritone Sheldon Baxter (BMus’14, MMus’15) recently performed Trouble in Tahiti and Cabaret with the Kammer Theatre of the Semper Opera. He made his mainstage debut at the Semper Opera in Dresden, Germany in August.  

Roydon Tse (BMus’13)

Roydon Tse (BMus’13)

In June, Roydon Tse (BMus’13) won the the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta’s Emerging Artist Award. This is a prestigious prize worth $10,000 and is awarded every two years to emerging artists of all disciplines from Alberta. Below are some links and a video made to accompany the award citation.

In May, Alfredo Santa Ana (MMus’05, DMA’10) premiered three works for string quartet and voice at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre.

Soprano Eva Tavares (BMus’14) sang the role of Christine in The Phantom of the Opera in a North American tour of the musical this year.

Bass-baritone Scott Brooks (BMus’08, MMus’17), baritone Max van Wyck (BMus’11, DMPS’13) and tenor Spencer Britten (BMus’15, MMus’17) are currently performing with Opera Atelier.

This summer, Nat Jay (Minor’04) taught as a sessional instructor in the Digital Music Program at Langara College.

Clara Shandler (BMus’12)

Clara Shandler (BMus’12)

This past spring, Clara Shandler (BMus’12), also known as The Sidewalk Cellist, staged performances on Burnaby Mountain, at MP offices in Vancouver, and at UBC in support of the protests against the Kinder Morgan Pipeline project.  

In May, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra performed The Promised Hand, an exciting new work by composer Iman Habibi (BMus’08, MMus’10). 

In October, Jordan Back (BMus’07) won a seat on the District of North Vancouver council. A former voice student, he also sings with the Vancouver choir Chor Leoni.

Former opera student Matthew Mori is now an otolaryngologist and assistant professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. His brother, Michael Mori (BMus’04, MMus’06), is the Artistic Director of Tapestry Opera, which won the 2017 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Production in the Opera Division for Rocking Horse Winner, with Michael receiving an award for outstanding direction.

School of Music grads win big at OSM Manulife Piano Competition

Carter Johnson

Carter Johnson

School of Music alumnus Carter Johnson (BMus’18) has just won the grand prize in the 2018 Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal (OSM) Manulife Piano Competition, with his outstanding performance of Prokofiev's Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26.

The prize includes a $10,000 scholarship, a performance with the OSM in January 2019, a professional broadcast on Radio-Canada’s ICI Musique, and concert opportunities with the Orford Arts Center, National Arts Center, Northern Arts and Cultural Centre, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra and YOA Orchestra of the Americas.

Nicole Linaksita

Nicole Linaksita

At the same competition, alumna Nicole Linaksita (BSc/BMus’16) won the Orford Music Prize, a scholarship covering accommodation and tuition for an advanced program at Orford Music in 2019.

During their time at UBC, Johnson studied piano with Prof. Mark Anderson, while Linaksita studied with Prof. Corey Hamm.

Congratulations, Carter and Nicole!

Catching Up With Our Students

Carter Johnson

Carter Johnson

BMus student Carter Johnson won the 2018 UBC Concerto Competition for his performance of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26, with MMus student Carlos Savall-Guardiola taking second prize for his rendition of Francaix’s Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, Op. 36. Watch Carter perform his concerto with the UBC Symphony Orchestra here.
 

Fourth-year BMus student Kurt Ward-Theiss, baritone, and first-year BMus student Jonathan Lopez, clarinet, received bursaries from the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir. Kurt and Jonathan performed in the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir Celtic concerts on St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Maple Ridge and at Christ Church Cathedral. The Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir Student Bursaries advance the ensemble’s mission of collaborating with and supporting youth choirs and soloists in our community.

Antares Boyle

Antares Boyle

PhD candidate Antares Boyle won the Society for Music Theory’s prestigious SMT-40 Dissertation Fellowship for her dissertation project, “Formation and Process in Repetitive Post-Tonal Music,” which theorizes how musical segments, processes, and larger forms arise in recent post-tonal works that feature extensive varied repetition. The $3500 fellowship recognizes and fosters excellent research in music theory by helping highly qualified Ph.D. students to complete their dissertations.

 

DMA student Emily Logan and Faculty of Medicine student Danielle Olmstead will present their abstract titled “Injury management and health care access in university-level musicians and athletes: a comparative study” at the 2018 Performing Arts Medicine Association’s International Symposium at Chapman University this summer. Emily studies with Prof. Terence Dawson.
 

Mia Gazley

Mia Gazley

This winter, BMus student and saxophonist Mia Gazley won the Pacific Symphonic Wind Ensemble (PSWE)’s Youth Soloist Competition! Mia will perform with PSWE at Evergreen Cultural Centre on June 9th, 2018. She was also one of eight recipients of the Faces of Today Award at UBC’s Student Leadership Conference in January. The awards “recognize outstanding student leaders for their sustained leadership achievements and their efforts to innovate, improve and shape the life on and off campus.”

 

DMA student Benjamin Hopkins won the grand prize at the inaugural Robert and Ellen Silverman Piano Concerto Competition in March! Nine students competed in a thrilling evening of piano concertos at Roy Barnett Recital Hall, with second prize going to DMA student Evgenia Rabinovich, third prize to BMus student Ayunia Saputro, and fourth prize to BMus student Aydan Con. The prizewinners will perform with the UBC Symphony Orchestra on September 23rd, 2018 at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Benjamin will perform his winning interpretation of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4, while the other prize winners will have the opportunity to play at least one movement of their concerto with the orchestra.
 

Carlos Savall-Guardiola

Carlos Savall-Guardiola

Carlos Savall-Guardiola won the 2018 Royal Over-Seas UK Scholarship for a BC Emerging Musician. Auditions were held in Barnett Hall on Saturday, January 20. This summer, as part of his scholarship, Carlos will perform in London and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He will also receive lessons from prominent teachers in the UK. 


BMus student Liel Amdour won the Ben Steinberg Musical Legacy Award, which is presented annually by Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto to a promising young Jewish artist (instrumentalist or vocalist). The prize is $2,500 and a concert recital in Toronto. As Liel points out, “It is extra exciting because my teacher at UBC, Dr. Daniel Bolshoy, received this award in 1996. He has been a fantastic supporter of my journey.” Liel’s concert will happen on June 13th, 2018 in Toronto. She will also play a recital for the Vancouver Classical Guitar Society Emerging Artist Series on May 19th.


BA (Music) student Chantelle Ko received the Interdisciplinary Award at the recent UBC Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference for her innovative Touch Responsive Augmented Violin Interface System (TRAVIS), the capstone project for her minor in Applied Music Technology. For the project, supervised by Dr. Bob Pritchard, Chantelle added soft potentiometers and force sensing resistors to one of her violins, for the control of audio and video triggering, synthesis and processing, while using traditional performance techniques.


PhD student John Lai presented his conference paper “Lotus, Blossom, and Dream: Octatonicism in Toshio Hosokawa’s Lotus under the Moonlight: Hommage à Mozart” at the West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis in April at San Diego State University.
 

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Students in the School of Music’s Ethnomusicology Department have been incredibly busy. Following is news of four PhD students in ethnomusicology who are all currently immersed in writing dissertations as well as involved in various kinds of public culture and performance projects outside of their academic work. Their activities testify to UBC School of Music’s presence in many kinds of musical and cultural scenes worldwide. 

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Bali, Indonesia
Jonathan Adams
and current visiting artist I Putu Gede Sukaryana (Balot) co-founded Insitu Recordings on the island of Bali in September 2016. Since the project launched, they have released 14 albums of new and traditional gamelan music. This includes five volumes in their unique Insitu Sessions series, which are recorded and released in HD video. In February of this year they launched a companion digital publication: Insitu Recordings Magazine. The magazine gives greater context to the wider world of gamelan music, exploring imagined centers as much as their peripheries, and is a medium through which established voices can be shared with younger people and/or those outside the rather inward-looking realm of Balinese gamelan. The first issue can be viewed here. The project was recently featured on Nerhera Sounds SOAS Radio London, which can be streamed here.

 
Julia Ulehla

Julia Ulehla

Czech Republic
PhD student Julia Ulehla leads the Dálava project with her husband, guitarist Aram Bajakian (MMus’17). Dálava is an homage to traditional Moravian (Czech) folksong, sourcing melodies transcribed over 100 years ago by Julia’s great-grandfather Vladimir and reanimating them in an avant-garde, post-rock musical language. With support from UBC’s Public Scholars Initiative, Dálava recently released a new record called The Book of Transfigurations (Songlines Recordings, April 2017) that has garnered considerable critical acclaim: “Every now and then an album appears that is so overwhelming and so intense that it is hard to put into any category….. Saying that The Book of Transfigurations is a masterpiece is not an exaggeration” (Bas Springer, fRoots, August 2017). The Province included Dálava on its “10 best live concerts in Vancouver” list, while The Chicago Reader’s Peter Margasak named The Book of Transfigurations one of his top 40 records of the year. In October, Julia was invited to speak about Dálava at Womex in Katowice, Poland, where she also gave interviews for the BBC and Norwegian Radio. Dálava will appear at several major international music festivals in 2018.

 
Eshantha Peiris

Eshantha Peiris

Sri Lanka
Before coming to UBC to study ethnomusicology in 2014, Eshantha Peiris co-founded the after-school music education program Musicmatters in Colombo, Sri Lanka. One of the projects initiated by the staff of Musicmatters was the Transcoastal Collective; this collaboration with musicians from the formerly war-torn district of Batticaloa was inspired by the folk music of that region. Eshantha’s current research examines the social history of a Sri Lankan tradition of ritual drumming that has undergone changes in musical vocabulary in the twentieth century. 

 
Curtis Andrews.  Photo: UBC

Curtis Andrews. Photo: UBC

Ghana
Curtis Andrews
 has been connecting to communities in Ghana since his first visit there in 1999. He is currently based in the village of Dagbamete, in southeastern Ghana, where, for his PhD dissertation, he is studying the connections between vodu, music, and culture. Curtis has been supporting educational development in the area since 2007, co-founding the Dzogadze Education Development Foundation, which assists deserving students with their educational needs.

Catching up with our students

Dávala's new album,  The Book of Transfigurations

Dávala's new album, The Book of Transfigurations

Ph.D student and vocalist Julia Úlehla released The Book of Transfigurations, a new album with her group Dálava, in March 2017. The album, a blend of traditional Moravian folk music and forward-looking jazz and post-rock, is inspired by the work of her late grandfather, the biologist and ethnomusicologist Vladimir Ulehla. Julia was recently profiled in the Georgia Straight

In August, M.Mus. student Katerina Gimon won the SOCAN Foundation's Godfrey Ridout Award for her composition, "Elements." The Annual SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young Composers recognize Canadian composers 30 years of age and under for specific musical works in five categories of concert music.

B.Mus. student Carter Johnson placed third in the 2016 Shean Piano Competition. Johnson, who studies with Prof. Mark Anderson, won $4,000 as part of his prize. Congratulations!

B.Mus. students Benjamin Hopkins (piano), Aidan Mulldoon Wong (clarinet), and Marie Civitarese (voice) won first, second, and third prize respectively in the 2017 UBC School of Music Concerto Competition. Wong performed O. Navarro's Il Concerto for Clarinet with UBC Symphony Orchestra at a special concert in March. Hopkins will perform Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor in autumn 2017. Read the full story here.

A number of our students have performed with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra recently. They include violinist Edmund Chung (MMus’17), percussionists Julia Chien (MMus'17), oboeists Kristen Cooke (3rd year DMA) and Geronimo Mendoza (DMA), flutist Paul Hung (1st year DMA), trumpeter Candice Newberry (MMus'18), viola player Sarah Kwok (DMA), and clarinetist Aidan Mulldoon Wong (BMus’17).

Students & Alumni Awards Digest: Winter 2016

UBC Music Students Lo, Linaksita and Johnson Advance in 2016 Piano Competitions

January 27, 2016

Nicole Linaksita is the winner of the Vancouver chapter of the BCRMTA Piano Competition and will represent Vancouver in the Provincial Competition in Fall 2016.

Natalie Lo and Carter Johnson have been chosen as finalists in the Shean Piano Competition, which will be held May 19-21, 2016 in Edmonton, Alberta.

Natalie and Nicole are both 5th year piano majors in the BMus program and study with Corey Hamm. Carter is a 2nd year piano major in the BMus program and studies with Mark Anderson.


2016 UBC Concerto Competition Results

February 1, 2016

WINNER: Melody Yuan violin – Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
1st Runner-Up: Keira Chapman voice – Glière Concerto for Coloratura and Orchestra
2nd Runner-Up: Charlotte Beglinger voice – Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen

The final round of the 2016 UBC Concerto Competition took place on Saturday, January 30, 2016.


UBC Music Students & Alumni Win at VWMS 2016 Voice Competition

February 10, 2016

The results of the Vancouver Women’s Musical Society (VWMS) 2016 Voice Competition are in. UBC Music student Camille Holland (MMus’16) soprano received 1st Place and the Ann Vaisbord Scholarship.

Honourable mentions went to current students Chandra-Lee Curry (BMus’17), Jason Klippenstein (DMA’18) and UBC Music alumna Taylor Pardell (MMus’13). More information

 

Chelsea Rus wins $25K Wirth Vocal Prize

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February 10, 2016
Excerpt from CBC Music Blog by Robert Rowat

Chelsea Rus, soprano, is the winner of the 2016 Wirth Vocal Prize. The announcement was made Sunday, Feb. 7, at Tanna Schulich Hall in Montreal, following a public performance by four finalists.

Rus is from Abbotsford, B.C., and is enrolled in a master’s program at the Schulich School of Music, a student of Joanne Kolomyjec. She impressed the jury with a performance of music by Puccini, Massenet, Gounod and Richard Strauss.

“I’m shocked, thrilled and excited for what this means and honoured to have been chosen as the winner,” said Rus to CBC Music following Sunday’s announcement. She said she views the $25,000 prize as a start-up fund for the company that is her young career. “This money will go toward future auditions, coachings, lessons and for the months when I don’t have contracts.”

Awarded for the first time, the Wirth Vocal Prize was established last year and will be given annually to an exceptional voice student at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University. It comes with a cash prize of $25,000 and a number of performance opportunities, including a recital at the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto.


Megan Thibeault named semi-finalist in Eckhardt-Gramatté Piano Competition

March 15, 2016

UBC Music student Megan Thibeault was chosen as a semi-finalist in the Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition (piano), which will be held May 6-8, 2016 in Brandon, Manitoba. Megan is a 1st-year diploma student (piano) and studies with Corey Hamm.

Awards and Announcements Digest: Fall 2015

News from our Alumni: Bogdan Dulu

October 7, 2015
Pianist Bogdan Dulu (DMA ’15) will be touring Eastern Canada in the 2016-2017 season as a newly signed Jeunesses Musicales Canada artist. More information


Gene Ramsbottom honoured at Funds for the Arts on the North Shore

October 30, 2015
Fund for the Arts on the North Shore honours clarinetest and UBC Music Sessional Lecturer Gene Ramsbottom this year at their 2015 Tribute to the Arts awards on Friday November 6 at the Griffin Arts Projects Gallery. More information

Laura Widgett

Laura Widgett

UBC Opera at Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions!

November 2, 2015
‪UBC was well represented at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions (@MONCAuditions)! Congrats to our UBC Opera student Geoff Schellenberg and alumna Laura Widgett, who now move on to Seattle!


Carter Johnson

Carter Johnson

UBC Music Students Carter Johnson and Nicole Linaksita compete at OSM Competition

November 9, 2015
UBC Music Students Carter Johnson and Nicole Linaksita will compete in the finals for the 2015 Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal (OSM) Manulife Competition for PIANO & PERCUSSION | Piano Class A category. The 2015 OSM Manulife Competition will be held from November 17 to 21, in Montreal.