Concerts, master classes and lectures
Music at Tabaret
A series of four captivating concerts superbly performed by our School of Music faculty and special guests
Huguette Labelle Hall, Tabaret Hall (550 Cumberland Street)
University of Ottawa Orchestra
Fridays at 8 p.m.
St. Joseph's Church
(174 Wilbrod Street)
University of Ottawa Wind Ensemble
University of Ottawa OPERA COMPANY with CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Doreen Taylor-Claxton, music and stage director
Alain Trudel, conductor
Thursday, January 26, 7:30 pm
Friday, January 27, 7:30 pm
Saturday, January 28, 7:30 pm
Sunday, January 29, 2 pm
Salle Huguette-Labelle du pavillon Tabaret
BUY TICKETS ON LINE: uottawa-opera.eventbrite.ca
uOttawa at the National Arts Centre
À 20 h
Rehearsal Hall A, National Arts Centre
(53 Elgin Street)
A master class is a one-on-one music lesson in which a master musician teaches selected students on stage in front of fellow students and members of the public, allowing the audience to learn along with the featured student. These events are free and open to the public.
Visiting Artist Series
Freiman Hall, Pérez Building
(610 Cumberland Street)
Corus Artist Mentorship Program
This program has been made possible thanks to continued support from Corus Entertainment. For the 2015-2016 season, we have invited a number of world-class performers to give residencies which will include master classes open to the general public. These visits will greatly enrich the student learning experience by creating a dynamic environment and fostering the development of important relationships.
Each year, the School of Music holds a colloquium series where leading music scholars in the fields of composition, musicology, music theory, and piano pedagogy are invited to present their current research. These events are free to the public.