Photos of the Sight-Reading
of April 23, 2017

 

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

 

Musicians wanted for
CAMMAC-Montreal Symphony Orchestra
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CAMMAC – Montreal offers many activities for amateur musicians all year round. Come and share the joy of making music!

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The committee has prepared a varied program for this season. Waiting to see our regulars and welcome newcomers. 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.

Sight Reading

Location: Vanier College Campus, Main Entrance, 821 Ste. Croix Ave., Room: A-250, St-Laurent (Metro du Collège)
Day: Sunday afternoons, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $7.00 for CAMMAC members, $5.00 for students 24 years or younger, $10.00 for others.
ParkingPay parking on the campus, or you can park your car on the streets nearby.For information/reservationAnne-Marie Denoncourt, ampmdenon@hotmail.com or frs.marcotte@videotron.ca

 

Sunday, October 20,  2019

Conductor: Donald Patriquin
Work: Donald Patriquin : World Music Suite Two (Canadian Mosaic)
Pianist: Anne-Marie Denoncourt
Choir

Donald Patriquin, a prominent Canadian composer and a friend of CAMMAC, will conduct his “World Music Suite Two” (formerly “Canadian Mosaic”), as well as a new work, “Island Spinning Song.”

It will be a special afternoon and an honour to have such an exceptional composer/conductor, so please do come and enjoy a unique CAMMAC reading.

The arrangement was commissioned by Erica Phare and Patricia Abbott on behalf of the Montreal English School Board Chorale. It was premiered at the Lake MacDonald Music Centre in 2003, as the grand finale of CAMMAC’s 50th season, directed by Patricia Abbott, with Anne-Marie Denoncourt at the piano.

World Music Suite Two – published by A Tempo and distributed by The Leading Note, Ottawa  – is “A suite representing the many cultures comprising the  Canadian mosaic.” Like most of Donald’s song arrangements, most movements are available in SATB, SSA and TTBB.   

Movements include:
• Tsimshian welcome chant (First nations, British Columbia)
• Sakura (Japan)
• Hevenu shalom a’leychem (Israel)
• Inuit weather chant (Northern Canada)
• Flower drum song (China)
• On the mountain (Ukraine)
• Water come to me eye (Jamaica)
• I’ll go see my love (Ontario – England)
• C’est l’aviron (Québec – France) (Published by Cypress Choral Music)

Donald Patriquin is a Quebec educator, composer, organist, and choral conductor known internationally for choral and instrumental arrangements of folk music. 


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For all information about CAMMAC-Montréal : roussdan@videotron.ca or phone: 450-585-1146
michelinetanguay@sympatico.ca or phone  450-681-6950