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Issue 14

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Issue 14 | February 2021

GGS New Music Ensemble

GGS New Music Ensemble: Living Up to the Label of “Avant-Garde”
In a year of unknowns, students and faculty have had to be as flexible as possible when it comes to presenting concerts – hear how The GGS’s New Music Ensemble have dealt with these challenges for their upcoming concert “FLIPBOOK: Music and Images”.

Announcing The Deans’ Lectures 2021
The Glenn Gould School proudly presents a new series of artist talks, entitled The Deans’ Lectures. We will begin by featuring two extraordinary Black artists: clarinettist Anthony McGill and bass-baritone Davóne Tines.

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Amplified Voices: New Library Collection Celebrating BIPOC Composers
To celebrate Black History Month, the RCM’s Rupert Edwards Library has launched its newest collection, Amplified Voices: Celebrating BIPOC Composers.

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On Demand: The Rebanks Family Fellowship Program Positions Emerging Artists for Success
The Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2021. For the first time, six gifted Rebanks Family Fellowship Program alumni are featured in a free online concert.

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Alumni Spotlight: Brooke Scholl
We caught up with cellist Brooke Scholl (ADP ’15) to talk about her journey to recovery from a performance related injury.

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Other News
A round-up of current GGS student, faculty, and alumni success stories.
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