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Fall 2016 Open House

November 3rd, 2016  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

5 November 2016 from 11am-2pm This FREE one-day event gives music students the chance to hone their audition skills BEFORE the postsecondary audition season starts. perform a mock audition receive live, one-on-one lesson in a friendly environment learn strategies for preparing for a college/ university audition This clinic is taking place during Cambrian’s Fall Open […]

Guitar Concert Feb. 8, 2016

February 5th, 2016  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Visiting Dutch classical guitarist, Robert Bekkers performed in concert at Cambrian College on 8  February 2015 The concert was presented by the Sudbury Guitar Society and the School of Music at Cambrian College. All came out for a wonderful concert of guitar music that will include classic Bach, as well as Bekkers’ performance of Cuban […]

Lunchtime Concert Nov.18

November 16th, 2015  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Bring your lunch and enjoy a live performance from our School of Music to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the World War II victory in Europe, featuring music written during the second World War. Selections include The White Cliffs of Dover, excerpts from The Warsaw Concerto, Prokofiev’s Sonata for Flute and Piano, and Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time (composed while he was a […]

Independent Music Production

May 11th, 2014  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Cambrian’s Independent Music Production program introduces students to the foundations of music recording, editing, and performance, while providing them with the communications and creative skills necessary to begin to navigate the many facets of the music industry. Program activities include a hands-on approach to small scale, computer-based recording and editing, an overview of the roots […]

“Tea at the Opera” – a fundraiser for the Sudbury Arts Council

February 6th, 2013  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

CTV Northern Ontario: Opera is Back! On February 3rd, five of Cambrian’s voice majors were featured at Sunday Afternoon Tea at the Opera, a fundraiser for the Sudbury Arts Council (SAC).  They performed art song and operatic selections, followed by two singers from “Opera to Go”, all accompanied by Cambrian piano professor Dr. Charlene Biggs.  […]

Cambrian Guitarists get movie part in Zombie flick!

September 28th, 2012  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Cambrian Guitarists get movie part in Zombie flick!

Cambrian College guitarists get part in this horror flick! Serves them right to be devoured by flesh eating zombies for not practicing enough! http://www.screendaily.com/news/production/filmax-to-produce-english-language-horror-the-returned/5023839.article

Celebrate Culture Days on Friday, September 28th!

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Celebrate Culture Days on Friday, September 28th!

Faculty and students will have a blast performing for Sudbury Cultural day, presenting a program of Spanish, American, Canadian, German , Italian and French music to introduce wines and cheeses from these countries. http://www.culturedays.ca/en Celebrate Culture Days on Friday September 28th! 4:30 pm at City Hall Courtyard / Foyer: Inauguration with Mayor Matichuk and invited […]

Music Academy Fall 2012

August 22nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Music Academy Fall 2012

Cambrian College Music Academy is now accepting registrations for September 2012. This is a perfect opportunity to develop creativity, expand knowledge, and explore new musical horizons.  Our highly-trained, experienced faculty teach guitar (all styles), percussion, piano, strings, voice, woodwinds and brass, as well as the Suzuki method for guitar and strings. We offer individual and […]

Duo46 Concert Tour

May 15th, 2012  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Comments Off on Duo46 Concert Tour

Duo46 Concert Tour

The Violin and Guitar ensemble Duo46 is our Director of Guitar Studies Prof. Dr. Matthew Gould and Violinist Professor Beth Ilana Schneider-Gould. The group is performing in New York, Texas, Germany and Italy in June and July 2012. Joining Duo46 is pianist Dr. Nathanael May, and together they form the Strung Out Trio. The music […]

Arrowsmith YWCA Award

May 13th, 2012  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Arrowsmith YWCA Award

Cambrian College’s Music Program Coordinator Brenda Arrowsmith will be receiving the Woman of Distinction award in the arts category from the YWCA Sudbury in recognition of her volunteer work, her support for many music activities in the community, and the impact she has had on the lives of students. The award will be presented at […]

Gibson in NYC

May 12th, 2012  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Gibson in NYC

Professor Ian Gibson went to New York to headline a Scottish pipe band drumming workshop with renowned percussionist Michael Eagle and other special guests.  The Weekend of Percussion took place at New York University and featured world-renowned North American artists and composers. “I shared the stage with percussionists from the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and […]

Teed at Carnegie Hall

May 11th, 2012  |  by  |  published in What's New? | Leave A Comment »

Teed at Carnegie Hall

On January 18, Professor Pamela Teed made her debut at New York’s Carnegie Hall. The head of Cambrian’s voice department was one of a dozen young voice professionals selected to attend the Weill Music Institute for an intensive week-long festival.  “I was one of the lucky few chosen for this opportunity,” said Teed. “In New […]