Montreal Region


 

Digital copies of the Amateur Musician from 1998-2008 can be found at:
http://cammac.ca/en/media/journals/


MUSICIANS WANTED FOR
CAMMAC-Montreal Symphony Orchestra
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CAMMAC - Montreal offers many activities for amateur musicians,

within a radius of 100km around Montreal.
 

Hello!

We ended a great season with a sight reading (always popular) and a performance of the Symphony Orchestra. The committee has prepared a varied program for next season which begins in September with the first reading for the season. Waiting to see our regulars and welcome newcomers, we wish everyone a great summer full of music - perhaps CAMMAC Music Centre?

To make our region more active, we welcome your ideas and suggestions. We need contact information to organize one-day workshops such as: folk, jazz, strings, winds, orchestra etc ... You can communicate at any time with one of the members of the committee.

Location: Vanier College Campus, Main Entrance 821 Ste. Croix Ave., Room: A-250 St-Laurent, (Metro du Collège or Côte Vertu)
Parking: Vanier's Security will no longer be issuing passes for parking so please park on the street or close to the Church next door. Sorry for this inconvenience.
Day: Sunday afternoons, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $7.00 for CAMMAC members, $10.00 for others. 
For information/reservation: Carolyn Adams: 514-695-8610 or
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22 February 2015


Andrée Dagenais, Conductor (Brandon University, MB)
Haydn: "Nelson" Mass

Chorus SATB and orchestra (trumpets, strings, flutes, oboes, bassoon) and piano accompaniment

Andrée Dagenais is associate professor at Brandon University where she conducts the BU Chorale and the BU Concert Choir. Under her direction, the BU Chorale toured Estonia, Latvia, Cuba, France, Brazil, Québec, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The BU Chorale has been invited to perform at the Choral Conductor’s Conference in Québec in 2005, at the Winnipeg New Music Festival and has been invited to sing with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra on a few occasions.

Prior to coming to Manitoba in 2000, Dr. Dagenais taught at the Université de Montréal, McGill University and the University of Saskatchewan.  She was a guest conductor at the Choralies Internationales held in Edmonton, the Ensemble vocal de Poitiers of the Université de Poitiers, in Sao Paulo and Londrina in Brazi, and in Tallinn and Tartu in Estonia. Closer to her Manitoba home, she conducted the Provincial Women’s Voices Honour Choir. 

She conducted workshops in France, Venezuela, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova-Scotia and Québec. She is an associate researcher for the Conseil National de Recherche Scientifique at the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles for which she is working on a critical edition of Pierre Robert’s Grands Motets.



Short Video of the Sight Reading of 23 November 2014 on YouTube

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